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Accusing Russia of genocide or war crimes won't halt Putin's Ukraine war

By Trudy Rubin
Updated April 16 2022 - 3:49am, first published April 15 2022 - 7:30pm
A sign reading "Wanted Dead or Alive: Vladimir Putin for genocide" is seen in Przemysl, Poland on March 5. Picture: Getty Images

When Russian soldiers invaded Lubyanka, a village near the ravaged Kyiv suburb of Bucha, the Russians forced all the men to assemble in a central square. Then the invaders demanded that the Nazis step forward.

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