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Monday, October 20, 2014

Amnesty International critics parties in Ukraine

War in Ukraine
Amnesty International critics parties in Ukraine

There is "strong evidence" related to the Ukraine on a murder in Nyzhnya Krynka.

Human rights groups, Amnesty International, said there is evidence of violations committed on both sides who fought in Eastern Ukraine, though not as big as the reported scale of Russia.

There is a ' strong evidence ' that deal with Government forces killing four men inUkraine in Nyzhnya Krynka, says a new Amnesty report.

When the corpse was discovered Russia media reported ' mass grave ' in the venue.

Shootouts continue in some areas despite the ceasefire agreed on 5 September.

"No doubt murder and offences committed separatist groups supporting Russia andKiev supporters of Ukraine's forces to the East, but it is difficult to get a proper picture of the scale of this offence," said the Director of the Europe and Central Asia JohnDalhuisen, Amnesty.
Amnesty urges both sides to investigate the killings and other violations carefullybecause most ' deliberately noted by not true '.
"Some reported cases is surprising, especially by the media, Russia turned out to begreatly exaggerated," Dalhuisen said.

Russia began to rebel supporters in Donetsk and Luhansk in April. (BBC)

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