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The move comes amid Russia's crackdown on media and dissent.
The ICC warrants mark the first international charges to be brought since the invasion started in 2022.
A new UN-backed report released Thursday found Russia has committed war crimes and likely crimes against humanity during its yearlong invasion of Ukraine.
An Enormous Explosion Caused A Bridge Between Crimea And Russia That Is Crucial To Putin's War Plans To Collapse
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a cryptic comment that many took to be commenting on the clouds of smoke and fire from the explosion.
"Anyway," he said, chuckling at his gaffe. "I'm 75."
"I'm a widow at 23."
As the war in Ukraine continues, Russia has banned hundreds of news outlets and social networks.
As with other immigrants and asylum-seekers, border authorities have been told they can make exceptions for Ukrainians on a case-by-case basis.
This Ukrainian Man And His Family Fled Just In Time For US Protection, But Others May Not Be So Lucky
“Not even in my dreams could I have imagined fleeing the country I lived in for 18 years.”
US officials continue to scrutinize cryptocurrency markets for their potential role in aiding Russia’s avoidance of sweeping sanctions.
"These Are Not Refugees Trying To Get Away From The Middle East": People Are Calling Out The Double Standards When It Comes To Talking About Ukrainian Refugees
"It's very emotional for me because I see European people with blue eyes and blonde hair being killed."
Plenty of Ukrainian flags in soccer crowds this weekend.
Thousands Marched For Ukraine As The EU Announced It Will Provide Weapons And Ban Russian Planes From Its Airspace
In addition to providing weapons and banning Russian planes from its airspace, the EU said it was also blocking Russian state-owned news agencies from its airwaves.
Saturday Night Live led this week's show with an emotional performance from the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York.