Moscow denies accusations of extrajudicial killings in the Ukrainian city of Izyum, while Kiev says a Russian missile has fallen near a nuclear power plant in the southern region of Mykolaiv.
A UN-appointed mission to Libya says it has found "reasonable grounds" that the Kaniyat militia committed crimes against humanity as nearly 100 mass graves remain to be discovered in Tarhouna.
“We once again say to our loved ones: we are looking for you, we will never give up the truth."
The 10 bodies from a mass grave was discovered on Saturday in a large agricultural area known as Mashrou' Alrabet in the city, Lutfi Tawfiq.
The Kani brothers took advantage of Libya's power vacuum and terrorised the town of Tarhuna with mindless butchery.
This is the second such grave from the time of former president Omar al Bashir's rule to be uncovered within months.
Detention centre run by warlord Khalifa Haftar was built in an agricultural factory near Tarhuna, site of recently discovered mass graves, local officials say.
The GNA makes alarming discovery of bodies - including women and children - that Haftar’s militias have seemingly left in their wake in former strongholds
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi warned over the weekend that any attack on Sirte or the inland Jufra air base by Libya's government forces would result in Egyptian military intervention.
The discovery comes after eight mass graves were found in the Tarhuna area, which was until recently used as the operation and supply centre for militias loyal to Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Eight mass graves were found in the western city of Tarhuna, the last stronghold of warlord Khalifa Haftar before it was liberated by the Libyan army last week.
A senior official of the UN Joint Human Rights Office (UNJHRO) in DRC says graves have been discovered in Yumbi in western Mai-Ndombe province.
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