Ukraine's targeting of civilians doesn't merely violate vague "international norms" that Washington pretends to hold dear -- they are explicitly war crimes.
Ukraine implicated as a state sponsor of terror -- one that's received $37 billion in US military aid since the war started.
A senior Ukrainian official has admitted that his country has assassinated quite a few Russian civilians who support Putin and his war to assert control of the Donbas region. In an interview with The Times of London, Major General Kyrylo Budanov, who heads Ukraines military intelligence service, also promised more attacks are to come.
Weve already successfully targeted quite a few people, said Budanov. He didnt name any of the victims, but said there have been well- publicized cases everyone knows about, thanks to the media coverage.
Since the February 2022 invasion of Ukraine, several prominent Russian supporters of the invasion and many innocent bystanders have been killed or wounded in the campaign.
One of the most prominent such attacks happened last August, when a car bomb killed journalist Darya Dugina in a possible attempt to kill her father, the political scientist-philosopher Aleksandr Dugin.
Like her father, Darya was a vocal supporter of Putin and his invasion. Both she and her father were sanctioned by the United States after the war began. Given her profile, its possible Ukraine may have intentionally murdered her in a sinister two-for-one act of punishment.
Most recently, novelist Zakhar Prielepin was wounded in a May 6 car- bombing, and Russian military blogger Vladen Tatarsky was killed at an April public appearance after a woman presented him a statuette with a bomb concealed inside it. Fifteen others were injured.
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