Kremlin Says Putin Will Sign ‘Treaties’ to Annex Ukrainian Regions
By Robyn Dixon | The Washington Post
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday will formally move to seize four Ukrainian territories by signing documents that the Kremlin is calling “accession treaties.”
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Rwanda Genocide Tribunal’s Most Wanted Man Finally Faces Trial
By Marlise Simons | The New York Times
Felicien Kabuga lived on the run for 23 years before his arrest in France in 2020. He is accused of backing the groups that oversaw the killing of hundreds of thousands of people in 1994.
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