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Russian fighter's confession of killing prisoners might become evidence of war crimes (AUDIO)

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Russian fighter Arseniy Pavlov, better known as “Motorola,” stands inside the destroyed Donetsk Airport on Feb. 26.
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A Russian fighter's confession that he killed 15 Ukrainian prisoners of war may be considered evidence of war crimes in court if the authenticity of the recording is confirmed, human rights and legal experts say.

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