The human rights watchdog has reported three incidents that killed at least six civilians and injured 12, warning that “some of these attacks may be war crimes."
New challenges require reforms to old institutions.
Tehran finds itself in a geopolitical, economic, and diplomatic bind.
Russia's "military operation" has triggered chaos and fear in several parts of Ukraine, as sounds of warplanes and explosions grow louder.
The Kremlin will avoid launching a full-scale invasion and instead focus on cost-effective military interventions - an art they have mastered in conflicts like Syria and Libya.
In a moot effort to cling to its hegemony and keep NATO relevant, Washington has, in turn, allowed the invasion to happen.
Envoys from Moscow and Kiev have agreed to observe a ceasefire in the east of Ukraine where government forces have been battling pro-Russia separatists since 2014.
Russia's major aim is to destabilise Ukraine from within but a major military escalation by Kremlin is unlikely at the moment, Kiev's top security official says.
Kiev marks 35th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear accident while releasing a cache of archive documents suggesting that Soviet authorities hushed up at least three accidents at the plant in 1982 and 1984.
Russia's deputy foreign minister raised concerns over what he said was increasing Black Sea naval activity by powers that did not have a coastline in the region, an apparent reference to the United States.
NATO and Kiev have warned Russia against building up troops near eastern Ukraine, prompting Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov to threaten Western countries with force if they send troops to join the fray.
Erdogan said Ukraine and Turkey were committed to making free-trade agreements and boosting bilateral trade volume to $10 billion.
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