Russia and Ukraine: Prove that the indiscriminate use of racist bombs by Russian airstrikes

Branded badges of ammunition in the tech of a junta car and an infantry park in Járkiv.
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Branded badges of ammunition in the tech of a junta car and an infantry park in Járkiv.

Russia has used civilian targets in the city of Járkiv, in northern Ukraine, to use indiscriminate bombardment and ammunition in weapons, including weapons of mass destruction, to launch a new Amnesty International investigation.

Amnesty states that Hague has found evidence that Russian forces use it repeatedly racimo bombs 9N210 / 9N235, as well as “dispersible” ammunition, which explodes with small pieces of mines that explode at regular intervals.

The BBC visited several places in Járkiv’s residential barriers and found evidence of a distinctive effect associated with racist ammunition. This is a sample image of the sites a three experts in weaponswhich makes it clear that their impacts are consistent with the controversial weapons.

“These are impacts of ammunition in racism, it’s one firm firm“, says Mark Hizney, chief investigator of the Human Rights Watch weapons division, a fine-tuning organization.”

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