On the contrary, those who want to use the protection of international law to kill must be punished. "What the video appears to show: The edited video purports to show captured Russian soldiers in an act of surrender, with several men lying on the ground on their fronts with their hands over their heads. More soldiers are seen emerging one by one from a building and lying down next to them in the yard.
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" Russia has accused Ukraine of war crimes after video emerged on social media, which Moscow says shows Russian soldiers killed after surrendering to Ukrainian forces. The precise details of what happened remain unclear. "From some pieces of video about the incident with the Russian military in Luhansk region it may be concluded that using the staged surrender, the Russians committed a war crime — they opened fire on the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, " Lubinets said in a Telegram post on Sunday, implying that the Russians from the video may have acted as if they would surrender but did not. "In this case, persons among the Russian servicemen cannot be considered prisoners of war, but are those who are fighting and committing treachery, " he said. "Returning fire is not a war crime.
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Austria says its dependence on Russian gas supplies is shrinkingThe edited video purports to show captured Russian soldiers in an act of surrender, with several men lying on the ground on their fronts with their hands over their heads. Telegram/TvezdaThe Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights, Dmytro Lubinets, commented Sunday on an incident in eastern Luhansk, saying Russian servicemen "are those who are fighting and committing treachery" and that "returning fire is not a war crime.