On February 24, 2022 Russia invaded and occupied parts of Ukraine in an escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War which began in 2014.
"The international community adopted the Genocide Convention to protect; Russia invokes the Genocide convention to destroy," Ukraine's representative Anton Korynevych told judges.
"I want to emphasize that these are ordinary industrial warehouses. Nothing military was stored there," Lviv's region Governor Maxim Kozitsky said on Telegram.
"In the course of assault operations, [Ukrainian troops] seized Andriivka in Donetsk region," the General Staff of Ukraine's armed forces said in a morning report.
Ukrainian advances have been much slower than gains they recorded last year in recovering territory in the northeast, as they proceed methodically in the face of deep Russian entrenchments.
Speculation surrounding Russian President Vladimir Putin's health and the presence of possible doubles has heightened since the Ukraine invasion. An expert predicts that his passing may be imminent.
A six-year-old boy was killed and four other people, including his 13-year-old brother, were wounded by Russian shelling in the village of Novodmytrivka in the Kherson region, according to Ukraine.
Rosatom chief Alexei Likhachev said six drones were launched at Enerhodar, and that all were destroyed.
Russia and Ukraine have conducted regular exchanges of prisoners of war, as well as the bodies of dead soldiers, since the Kremlin launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022.
During the operation there was a clash between Ukrainian special forces on boats and a Russian fighter jet, which was damaged and forced to retreat.