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Kremlin 'strongly rejects' U.N. allegations that Russia committed war crimes in Syria in 2019

Reuters Tuesday, 3 March 2020
The Kremlin on Tuesday rejected allegations by the United Nations that Russia may have committed war crimes in Syria last year, saying the U.N. investigators are in no position to know what is happening on the ground.
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