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07.12.2019     The right to life

Ukrainian activist and volunteer dies after apparent hate crime attack

Artem Myroshnychenko from the frontline city of Bakhmut has died of injuries sustained during an attack which many believe should be viewed as a hate crime, linked with the activist’s pro-Ukrainian position and the fact that he always spoke Ukrainian | detail

06.12.2019     Terrorism

Ukraine sends Hague Court details of Russian execution of Ukrainian POWs

Ukraine has passed information to the International Criminal Court [ICC] in the Hague about extrajudicial executions of nine Ukrainian soldiers taken prisoner during the battles for Ilovaisk and Debaltseve | detail

06.12.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

Crimean Tatar sentenced to 17 years for ringing his cousin and practising his faith in Russian-occupied Crimea

Enver Seytosmanov, a 33-year-old recognized political prisoner, has been sentenced to 17 years’ maximum security imprisonment for his religious and political views | detail

05.12.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

Russia’s militarization of childhood hits new low in occupied Crimea

Russia is glorifying war and teaching children how to kill in occupied Crimea, and no lessons at all have been drawn from the mass killing in Kerch on 17 October 2018, in which 20 students and teachers were gunned down | detail

05.12.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

Foreign Agents as new ‘enemies of the people’ in Russia and occupied Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a bill making it possible to brand virtually any journalist, blogger or civic activist a ‘foreign agent’, and MPs are pushing through a further law that will impose crippling fines or even imprisonment for failure to insert the label on any material they make public | detail

04.12.2019     Human Rights Violations associated with EuroMaidan

Ukraine’s MPs adopt belated measure to save Maidan investigation

This is a first step, but not enough, and the battle is clearly not over | detail

04.12.2019     The right to liberty and security

Donetsk militants and Russian FSB collaborate in torture and abduction of Ukrainian political prisoner

It is almost a year since Oleksandr Marchenko was seized by the so-called ‘security service’ of the self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ and subjected to horrific levels of torture before being illegally handed over to the Russian FSB | detail

03.12.2019     Terrorism

Dutch Prosecutor accuses Russia of deliberately hiding important MH17 suspect

The Netherlands has seen no reason to mince words over Russia’s swift moves to ensure that MH17 suspect Vladimir Tsemach was safely out of the reach of the Dutch Public Prosecutor | detail

03.12.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

Crimean Tatars react to mounting repression by “becoming political prisoners’ voice”

Crimean Solidarity has lodged an important new initiative in occupied Crimea, in which members of the community “become the voice” of the mounting number of political prisoners whom Russia has imprisoned for their faith and civic activism | detail

02.12.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

Hey Apple, Crimea is illegally occupied -- not ‘disputed’ territory. Do not help Russia commit human rights violations

By changing its maps, whether in Russia alone, or everywhere, in order to retain Russian business, Apple is collaborating with an aggressor state which has brought grave human rights violations and untold suffering to occupied Crimea | detail

02.12.2019     Politics and human rights

Russian-controlled ‘Donetsk republic’ claims more Ukrainian territory

The self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ [‘DPR’] announced on 29 November that is has adopted a ‘law’ defining what it claims to be its ‘state territory | detail

29.11.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

When the FSB’’s abduction of a Crimean Tatar human rights activist failed, they charged him with ‘terrorism’

Crimean Tatar human rights defender Emir-Usein Kuku has been sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment on bogus ‘terrorism’ charges because an attempt to abduct him went badly wrong. . | detail

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13.11.2019     Human Rights Abuses in Russian-occupied Crimea

The ‘terrorist threat’ Russia brought to Crimea ; six victims receive huge sentences

Six Ukrainian political prisoners from occupied Crimea, including human rights activist Emir-Usein Kuku, have been sentenced to unprecedently long terms of imprisonment on ‘terrorism’ charges without any crime | detail

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