Exclusive: How cryptocurrency tech could help prove Russia committed war crimes

A case based on cryptography was presented to the International Criminal Court. And that can change the course of investigations. In early March, a Telegram user posted a photo of a wrecked school in the outskirts of Kharkiv, Ukraine. The photograph showed the side of a classroom with a large borehole and a pile of … Read more

No, it did not start on February 24

“A standard of killings of unarmed civilians continued in a large number of villages after the end of the bombardments. (…) In the village of Charebi, for example, two different testimonies maintain that a group of “Ossetians” [provenientes da Ossétia do Sul, região da Geórgia], soldiers and civilians, killed two villagers in their homes. (…) … Read more