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Russian soldier on trial in first Ukraine war-crimes case

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BUCHA, UKRAINE - 2022/05/07: A destroyed mall seen in Bucha, Kyiv Oblast. (Photo by Hesther Ng/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) KYIV, Ukraine - A Russian soldier went on trial in Ukraine on Friday for the killing of an unarmed civilian, marking the first time a member of the Russian military has been prosecuted for a war crime during the 11-week conflict.A 21-year-old captured member of a tank unit is accused of shooting a 62-year-old Ukrainian man in the head through an open car window in the northeastern village of Chupakhivka during the first days of the war.Scores of journalists and cameras packed inside a small courtroom at the Solomyanskyy district court in Kyiv, where the suspect, Sgt.

Vadim Shyshimarin, sat in a glassed-off area wearing a blue and grey hoodie, sweatpants and a shaved head.He faces up to life in prison under a section of the Ukrainian criminal code that addresses the laws and customs of war.

Ukraine’s top prosecutor, with help from foreign experts, is investigating allegations that Russian troops violated Ukrainian and international law by killing, torturing and abusing possibly thousands of Ukrainian civilians.Friday's initial proceedings in Shyshimarin's case were brief.

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