Months of fighting in eastern Ukraine have displaced tens of thousands - many of whom are now homeless. German aid is on hand to set up a container village, but with winter already here, it’s a race against time.
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Ukraine's pro-Western president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, has signed decrees banning pro-Russian media outlets. The broadcasters had their licences revoked and are set to stay off the air for the next five years.
A preliminary probe found that several war crimes and crimes against humanity had been conducted. Prosecutors looked into crimes during the pro-EU protests, annexation of Crimea, and the conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
The European Court of Human Rights has found that Russia committed abuses in areas seized from Georgia in 2008. It also ruled that the Ukrainian state was responsible for the death of a protester during 2014 protests.
A ceasefire backed by Putin and Zelenskiy has gone into effect in Ukraine. The reconciliation attempt marks the latest in a series of failed peace efforts between government forces and the pro-Russian rebels.
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