Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the United Nations to act against Russia,

saying the Russian military must be held accountable for war

crimes and alleged atrocities in Bucha and elsewhere in the country.

"Now the world can see what Russian military did in Bucha, but the world has yet to see

what they have done in other occupied cities and regions of our country,"

Zelenskyy told the Security Council in an address Tuesday.

He said those responsible should immediately face war crimes charges in front of a tribunal

like the one established in Nuremberg, Germany, after World War II.

He said Russian forces "killed and tortured" at least 300 people in Bucha, near Kyiv, before troops pulled out of the besieged town.

The Biden administration on Tuesday announced $100 million for Ukraine that was expected to be used for Javelin anti-tank missiles.

Russia-Ukraine war