The Blackout in Texas

This episode details graphic scenes.

Many around the world are calling the indiscriminate attacks on civilians in Bucha, a suburb northwest of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, a war crime.

But investigating such atrocities is painstakingly complicated. Could one case that resulted in convictions — the genocide in Bosnia in the 1990s — offer lessons on how to proceed?


Roger Cohen, the Paris bureau chief for The New York Times.

A vigil in Lviv, Ukraine, on Tuesday for civilians killed in and around Bucha. Some of the victims were found with their hands tied and others buried haphazardly in pits.
Mauricio Lima for The New York Times

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Roger Cohen contributed reporting.

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