Stage 4: Dehumanization, Stage 8: Persecution, Stage 9: Extermination, Stage 10: Denial
On February 24th, 2022, Russia began a war of aggression against Ukraine. Since then, its invasion has been met with staunch resistance and Russian forces have been driven from the suburbs of Kyiv. However, the conflict has led to an increasing number of war crimes and attacks on civilian targets perpetrated by Russian soldiers. In Bucha and a number of other towns occupied by the Russian Army, investigators have uncovered mass graves. Reports of torture, forced deportation, and sexual violence are also common. As the conflict continues with no end in sight, more Ukrainians are falling victim to Russia’s genocidal campaign.
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