Ukraine’s top prosecutor builds war crimes case against Russia as invasion grinds on
Ukraine’s government launched its most aggressive anti-corruption efforts since Russia’s invasion. A well-known billionaire and six former defense ministry officials are among dozens of officials targeted. That internal battle comes as the frontline with Russia heats up. Nick Schifrin spoke with Andriy Kostin, the man who’s trying to ensure accountability for both corruption and war crimes.
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