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Natalia Zubar is a self-appointed war crimes investigator. She races to the scene of Russian attacks to document details of devastation.
In Kharkiv, the missiles come like rain — in waves, and unrelenting. And after the rain of fire, there’s twisted steel, smashed concrete, ruined lives and an urgent need for justice.
Keeping track of it all is an unlikely war crimes investigator. In the first week of the war 58-year-old Natalia Zubar decided she had to fight back — not with a weapon, but with a camera to gather evidence of acts she calls despicable, illegal, prosecutable and also documentable.
Scripps News’ Jason Bellini went with Zubar to North Saltivka, a densely populated residential district, home to around 300,000 people before the war. It’s a deeply disturbing, nearly abandoned wasteland now.
The grey zone's parameters are defined by trenches and the soldiers defending them.
Ukraine's "Witch," a lawyer turned mortar commander, shows Scripps News inside her command bunker, where she uses drone footage to direct her teams.
De-mining equipment is sidelined due to massive Russian entrenchments. For now, human hands must perform the death-defying duty of clearing mines.
After heavy analysis, the U.S. Army is cutting jobs that won't make the military body successful on future battlefields.
The unopened box of O-Pee-Chee trading cards is believed to be the only one from the rookie season of NHL legend Wayne "The Great One" Gretzky.
Industry watchers had been speculating about the performance for months. Even Gosling hesitated when asked about it in an interview previously.