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"Thousands of Deaths:" Update on Casualties in Mariupol

The attacks on the Mariupol theater and maternity ward were specifically cited in the declaration by the U.S. that Russian forces have committed war crimes in Ukraine. For a closer look at the issue, Christiane speaks with the U.N.’s Matilda Bogner, who is heading up the human rights monitoring mission in the country.

"Thousands of Deaths:" Update on Casualties in Mariupol

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