Amnesty International and CBS News walk back statements and documentary about Ukraine's war conduct.
Regulators sound alarm at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant calling the situation "completely out of control."
An analysis of the evidence and the treatment of prisoners at Olenivka indicates a war crime was committed.
Up to 50 Ukrainian POWs were killed on July 28 in a second alleged war crime ordered by PMC Wagner Group.
Russia also hit the Kanatove air force base in Kirovohrad with 13 cruise missiles.
Tribal leaders condemned the UN as being victims of misinformation and for not contact leaders about the dispute.