Journalists are being trained to gather evidence of war crimes — starting in Ukraine

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A cemetery worker takes a rest from working on the graves of civilians killed in Bucha during the war with Russia, in the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine, in April.

For years, the coverage of war crimes by journalists wasn’t used in criminal trials. The Reckoning Project is an educational program that aims to change that, starting with Ukraine.

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