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The war in Ukraine could be breaking out into a new phase in the coming days, as Ukrainian forces gear up to launch a make-or-break counteroffensive against Kherson, a key city which Russian forces have occupied since the early days of the war. Ukrainian forces have been preparing for weeks to to run an attack on Kherson, a key city in the south, close to Russia’s strongholds. The counteroffensive is “gathering momentum,” according to a British intelligence analysis issued Thursday.But some American officials and lawmakers are hesitant to say the Ukrainian forces are guaranteed a victory if they go all in now.
after a vehement criticism of an Amnesty report on Ukrainian war tactics regret the organization. However, you stick to the results.
The human rights organization Amnesty International has defended its controversial report on the warfare of the Ukrainian army and at the same time declared its regret about its effects. "Amnesty International deeply regrets the pain and anger that our press release on the Ukrainian military's combat tactics triggered," says the organization on Sunday in a statement on Sunday. Amnesty adheres to the most important findings of the report.
The Ukrainian Muslims fighting against Russia
Those who have joined the war effort against Russian forces also fight past injustices and to return to Crimea.Since Russia’s full-scale invasion began in February, Khadzali has worked with a team of six volunteers to provide humanitarian assistance and evacuate people from areas hit hard by the fighting.
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In the report published on Thursday, Amnesty had accused the Ukrainian army of entrenising themselves in residential areas and thus unnecessarily in danger. The head of the Ukrainian branch of Amnesty,because of the report.
Video: Selenskyj attacks Amnesty according to a critical report (AFP)
"With the aim of protecting civilians, this study has instead become a tool of Russian propaganda," she accused her colleague. Kyiv criticized that the non-governmental organization had carried out a perpetrator-victim traffic through the focus on misconduct by the army of the attacked country.
Officials Blast Amnesty International Report Accusing Ukraine of Endangering Civilians
A report from Amnesty International published Thursday claims that Ukrainian forces are putting civilians at risk by setting up bases in residential neighborhoods, even as authorities continue to deride Russian forces for committing atrocities against Ukrainians. “Ukrainian forces have put civilians in harm’s way by establishing bases and operating weapons systems in populated residential areas, including in schools and hospitals, as they repelled the Russian invasion that began in February,” Amnesty International said in a statement.
The Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj personally criticized the report. Amnesty try to shift the.
"Although we are full of our findings, we regret the pain and want to make a few crucial points clear," said Amnesty International. The organization found Ukrainian violations of war law at 19 different locations.
This does not justify the Russian war crimes. "Russia is solely responsible for the attacks that have committed to Ukrainian civilians," it said. Amnesty has discussed these crimes several times in recent months.
in Russia's state media, who hardly reported alleged crimes by Russian soldiers in Ukraine, the Amnesty report on the violations of the Ukrainian army had been dealt with in detail. (dpa)
Timeline: Week 24 of Russia’s war in Ukraine .
Al Jazeera recaps key events in week 24 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.Ukraine reports that its artillery destroyed a column of Russian armour in Kharkiv province, as it was moving into an attack position.