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German justice minister: Can’t prosecute Putin ‘as long as he is head of state’

Marco Buschmann told DW that Germany is collecting evidence against Putin and others for war crimes prosecutions. He said a structural investigation has been opened to collect evidence in Russia's war of aggression.

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