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Zelenskyy calls Kramatorsk train station rocket strike a war crime | USA TODAY

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A rocket strike killed at least 50 people and injured dozens more at a train station in Kramatorsk.

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Russian attacks targeting Ukrainian civilians, including in Bucha and Friday’s attack at a train station in Kramatorsk, are war crimes, according to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. He told CBS’ “60 Minutes” that Ukraine’s security services have intercepted Russian communications that include discussions of targeting civilians.

“There are pilots in prison who had maps with civilian targets to bomb,” Zelenskyy said in a clip of the interview that will air in full Sunday. Zelenskyy said “everyone who made a decision, who issued an order, who fulfilled an order” is guilty of war crimes. Asked if he holds Vladimir Putin responsible, Zelenskyy said, “I do believe he’s one of them.”

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