Russia and its allies have reportedly set up a “sorting system” for people in Moscow-occupied territories.
Russia and its allies in Ukraine administer it Prisoners of war and civilians are held at 21 locationsAccording to a report published by Yale University researchers with support from the US State Department, the interviews were conducted and recorded.
The report’s conclusions, which Reuters was able to consult before they were published on Thursday, are based on satellite imagery and open-access data.
The Yale University Humanitarian Research Laboratory, which compiled the data, works with the Ukraine Conflict Observatory, created by Washington in May to document war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
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In the Donetsk region
According to the lab’s director, Nathaniel Raymond, Russia and its allies have A “Sorting System” People in the territories occupied by Moscow.
Various sites have been identified, including schools, markets and prisons “Very safe” Thanks to the collected data, it is indicated in the report. Possible mass graves are also located.
Report included Donetsk regionEastern Ukraine is partly controlled by Russia and the self-proclaimed pro-Russian separatist Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR).
EXCLUSIVE: Russia and its proxy forces in Ukraine are being used to detain, interrogate and process prisoners of war and civilians in 21 locations, according to a report by Yale University researchers backed by the US State Department. https://t.co/o8Nt7swegf pic.twitter.com/EvisXJS8YB
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