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DONETSK, April 5. /TASS/. The public commission on recording Kiev’s war crimes in the Donbass region has handed over information on 26 criminal episodes by the Ukrainian military to the International Criminal Court (ICC), attorney and commission member, Elena Shishkina, said on Wednesday.
"In early April, the public commission, which registers the Ukrainian military’s war crimes in Donbass, handed over another set of documents to the ICC prosecutor, which contain information on 26 episodes of artillery bombardments against civilian infrastructure. The attacks left nine people dead, and 39 others wounded, including 32 children," the Donetsk News Agency quotes her as saying.
Shishkina added that the data on 20 more episodes when 32 people were wounded handed over in late February were received by the International Criminal Court and added to the general files on war crimes in Donbass.
The public commission recording Kiev’s war crimes in the Donbass region officially began work in mid-2015. It includes specialists from various fields, including legal and forensic experts.