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Ukraine war: All the key developments to know from Friday

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Outrage in Kyiv after Amnesty accuses it of endangering civilian lifeUkraine has reacted furiously to an Amnesty International report that accuses it of riding roughshod with civilians in the country's fight against Russia.In a report, the humanitarian organisation claimed the Ukrainian military has endangered civilians by placing bases and weapons in residential areas -- including schools and hospitals -- as it has sought to repel the Russian invasion."Ukraine’s tactics have violated international humanitarian law as they’ve turned civilian objects into military targets," said Amnesty. "The ensuing Russian strikes in populated areas have killed civilians and destroyed civilian infrastructure."Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy denounced the findings.Amnesty "transfers the responsibility from the aggressor to the victim," he said in his daily video address, accusing the NGO of "attempting to grant amnesty to the terrorist state" of Russia.On Friday evening the head of Amnesty International Ukraine resigned.

Oksana Pokalchuk said her team had not been consulted about the report. Read more in our story here.Putin looks to extend economic ties with Turkey as he hosts Erdogan in SochiMoscow is looking for a deal to strengthen economic cooperation with Ankara, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday as he hosted his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in the southern city of Sochi.The meeting took place as the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine continued well into its sixth month."I hope that today we can sign a memorandum on strengthening our economic and trade ties," Putin said at the start of the meeting with Erdoğan, broadcast on Russian television.The Kremlin leader thanked the Turkish president for his efforts to

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