US President Joe Biden has called for his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to face trial over alleged war crimes in Ukraine as Western outrage mounts over reports of a massacre near Kyiv.
Kremlin denies Ukrainian allegations of Bucha killings while the United Nations and European Union call for an immediate probe.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says it has become harder for Kyiv to negotiate with Moscow because of the scale of alleged atrocities carried out by Moscow’s troops.
Red Cross says it has been unable to enter the besieged, southeastern port city of Mariupol due to “security conditions” in the area as latest evacuation attempt falters.
Al Jazeera’s Zein Basravi reports from the city of Lviv.
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