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The Russian president has been charged with war crimes by the International Criminal Court over the deportation of Ukrainian children.
Arrest warrants have been issued for Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country’s children’s commissioner, Maria Lvova Belova.
They are accused of the war crime of illegally deporting children from Ukraine to Russia.
So what might this mean for Russia – and for the war in Ukraine?
Presenter: Sami Zidan
Sergey Markov – Putin’s former public spokesman
Toby Cadman is an international human rights lawyer who specializes in the International Criminal Court
Denis Krivosheev is Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for Eastern Europe and Central Asia