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11.12.2013

The Real Roundtable Agenda

Trust is inconceivable after Tuesday night’s mass deployment of police against peaceful protesters however negotiations are vital, and real demands which must include an end to the use of the law enforcement bodies and courts as weapons against protesters. | detail

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11.12.2013

Georgian journalists ejected for covering EuroMaidan

Journalists from the Georgian TV channel Tabula who have been working in Kyiv have been ordered by the SBU [Security Service] to leave Ukraine | detail

Visits 1100
10.12.2013

Repression gaining pace

The latest apparent victim of efforts to stifle anti-government protest is a lawyer – Viktor Smaliy, who was defending Road Control journalist Andriy Dzyndzya. In present circumstances, the charge should send a shiver down the spine of many a lawyer. This, presumably, is the desired effect. | detail

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10.12.2013

Three opposition media come under attack

Reporters without Borders has condemned Monday’s raid on three “opposition media by unidentified armed individuals dressed like members of Ukraine’s Special Forces | detail

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09.12.2013

10 Dec - Bankova Prisoner appeal hearings begin

On Human Rights Day, Dec 10, the Kyiv Court of Appeal will be examining cases with direct significance for human rights and rule of law in Ukraine. A search carried out the day before with serious procedural infringements only fuels concern. | detail

Visits 2113
09.12.2013

У Київському СІЗО спішно звільняють камери. Чекають на масове поповнення?

За інформацією низки ЗМІ, всіх затриманих, які наразі утримуються у Київському (Лук’янівському) СІЗО, в нагальному порядку розподіляють по ізоляторам в інших областях. | detail

Visits 1105
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoners: Anyone will do?

It is sinister that the first 9 people arrested and remanded in custody for 2 months have nothing in common with the young masked louts who can be seen on videos outside the president’s administration on Bankova St. | detail

Visits 4645
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Oleksandr Ostashchenko

Oleksandr is a 32-year-old design engineer He was remanded in custody for 2 months despite having a small daughter, and showing clear signs of the beating he received from Berkut officers while lying on the ground and showing no resistance | detail

Visits 2490
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Valery Garagutz

45-year-old Valery Garagutz is a journalist and the founder of the Dnipropetrovsk newspaper “Litsa”. Most importantly he was present on Bankova St in his capacity as a journalist, which did not stop law enforcement officers from using their truncheons on him. | detail

Visits 2568
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Yehor Previr

27-year-old Yehor Previr was at the demonstration on Dec 1 together with his father and sister. They were separated after the disturbances had already begun, and all contact was lost with Yehor. They only learned that he was in hospital the next evening, and the police and doctors have refused to provide information about the head injuries and concussion almost certainly inflicted after Yehor’s detention | detail

Visits 2684
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Yaroslav Prytulenko

21-year-old Yaroslav Prytulenko was detained in custody for 2 months despite the fact that the allegations against him are based on statements for police officers who were not named and did not appear in court | detail

Visits 2320
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Serhiy Nuzhnenko

31-year-old Serhiy Nuzhnenko works in retail and is an avid photographer. Over a number of years he has worked on a voluntary basis taking photos of the children in different children’s homes | detail

Visits 2255
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoners: Yury Bolotov

40-year-old Yury Bolotov is a private businessman, and the former director of the rock group Okean Elza. He is married with two children. His wife and friends stress that he is very much a family man and not engaged in politics | detail

Visits 2473
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Vladislav Zahorovko

38-year-old driver Vladislav Zahorovko [or Zagorovko] is married with three children, the youngest an infant. He is the only breadwinner of the family. Amnesty Internaitonal in Ukraine reports that he urgently requires an operation following injuries seemingly inflicted by the riot police on Dec 1 | detail

Visits 2378
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Mykola Lazarevsky

23-year-old Mykola Lazarevsky is an architectural student and an artist. There is video footage showing him being beaten by Berkut riot police and absolutely no evidence of any involvement in the disturbances | detail

Visits 2354
08.12.2013

Bankova Prisoner: Gennady Cherevko

41-year-old Gennady Cherevko is from Lubny (Poltava oblast), and little is known about him except that he is married, with two children and not involved in politics at all. And that he was badly beaten by the Berkut riot police and then remanded in custody for 2 months. No evidence was provided to justify this | detail

Visits 2333
06.12.2013

Road Control journalist becomes latest "Bankova Prisoner"

On Dec 6, Road Control [Dorozhny Kontrol] journalist Amdriy Dzyndzya was remanded in custody for 2 months accused of involvement in the disturbances on Bankova St on Dec 1. He becomes the latest of at least 10 people whose detention raises very serious concerns | detail

Visits 5177
06.12.2013

Road Control journalist detained

In a move which is either badly mistimed or deliberately chosen to spark trouble, the police have detained Road Control journalist Andriy Dzyndzya and an MP’s assistant and are refusing to allow lawyers or MPs in to see them raising fears that the men may have been beaten | detail

Visits 2852
05.12.2013

Berkut’s Victims

While attention has deservedly been paid to the excessive use of force which the Berkut riot police have applied against peaceful protesters, other measures, including the worrying detention and criminal charges against 9 demonstraters are also aimed at crushing the protest and are equally unacceptable. | detail

Visits 3218
05.12.2013

Hundreds Injured in Kiev as Riot Police Crack Down

“Ukraine is going through serious civil unrest,” saidRachel Denber, deputy Europe and Central Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “No matter how difficult the situation becomes, police shouldn’t be beating people who pose no threat.” | detail

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