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International Prosecutor to Probe Possible War Crimes in Ukraine

Karim Khan, chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, said on Monday that he has decided to proceed "as rapidly as possible" with opening an investigation into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The Russians have reached Kiev, people flee; Moscow: "We clean the country of Nazis"

"According to intelligence data, units and soldiers of the Ukrainian army are leaving their positions in large numbers and leaving their weapons. No strike was carried out on the positions of Ukrainian soldiers who laid down their weapons," the statement reads, TASS reports.

Prominent Belgrade journalist Dusan Masic passed away

It is unknown at this time what caused the BBC journalist's death.
Masic started working as a journalist in 1989, at the then Youth Radio B92. From an associate journalist, through an assembly reporter and a war reporter, in the mid-1990s he became one of the recognizable voices of B92 and the editor of the B92 Radio news program.

The Taliban are closing the airport; "Let the women stay at home" VIDEO

He said that "due to the chaotic situation", the Taliban no longer allow Afghan citizens to go to the airport in Kabul.
"We are working to help, but unfortunately, the Americans are still continuing their policy and trying to get the Afghans out of the country and take them to an uncertain future," Mujahid said.

More than 1.000 people missing; "We have never seen such a catastrophe" PHOTO/VIDEO

Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed her condolences to the victims of "the catastrophe, the scale of which will only be seen in the coming days."
More than 1.000 rescuers are helping the area, while authorities say it is too early to determine the extent of the damage.

Photos of dead children: "This is the largest cemetery in the world"; EU is to blame

The non-governmental organization "Proactiva Open Arms" announced that it received those shocking photos from eyewitnesses, not wanting to reveal their identity, noting that the photos show people who tried to reach the EU via a deadly route, across the Mediterranean.