Gypsy Camp set alight in Kyiv – “for Euro 2012”

On the eve of Euro 2012 the authorities would appear o have set light to a gypsy camp and killed one of the camp dogs in Kyiv, leaving up to 60 people homeless. | detail

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Man arrested over attacks on Nigerian students

The police have detained a 22-year-old man living in the Kharkiv oblast who they say has confessed to carrying out attacks on foreign students | detail

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UK Foreign Office warns fans to except racial abuse in Ukraine

The UK’s Foreign Office has advised any black or Asian supporters going to Ukraine for this summer’s European Championship that they face the possibility of being racially abused | detail

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Two vicious attacks on Nigerian students

The Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office reports two attacks on students from Nigeria which the police are treating as racially motivated attempted murder | detail

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New feat from Yanukovych’s village authorities – this time racist

The Village Council in Novi Petrivtsii (Kyiv oblast) has, for the second year running, issued a thoroughly racist ban which the Berkut riot police are being deployed to enforce. | detail

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Nigerian held in detention for 6 months after being attacked

On 9 April a protest was held outside the Leninsky District Court in Luhansk demanding the release of Olaola Sunkami Femi, who is accused of trying to kill 5 people who attacked him in the entrance to his apartment block on 5 November 2011. | detail

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Congress of National Communities speaks out over recent criticism of OSCE official

A recent letter supposedly from 120 national minority organizations expressing anger over a report, not yet published by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, is baffling for a number of reasons and can in no way represent the position of any of the national minorities as a whole | detail

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Protest over religious discrimination in the Crimea

100 well-known figures in the Crimea have signed an appeal accusing the Simferopol authorities of discrimination and of provoking inter-ethnic and inter-denominational conflict in the region | detail

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Ethics Commission condemns Ternopil newspaper’s scandalous article

The Journalist Ethics Commission has issued an assessment of the article in Nova Ternopilska Gazeta which created a scandal both within Ukraine and abroad. The words and picture are profoundly offensive, although the Ternopil Regional Prosecutor’s Office recently announced that it had not found any reason to initiate criminal proceedings. | detail

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Racism scandal over Ukraine’s Eurovision contestant

The rightwing party VO Svoboda party is denying insulting Ukrainian candidate for Eurovision Gaitana after one of its members publicly criticized her selection (on the grounds of her Congolese father | detail

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Two suspects in Luhansk racist attack caught in Russia

In November between 15 and 25 thugs in medical masks and with bats smashed shop windows and caused damage to a kiosk selling shaurma (kebabs) The assailants then beat up foreign students, four of whom ended up in hospital. | detail

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Council of Europe’s Anti-Racism Commission publishes new report on Ukraine

ECRI’s Chair ad interim, François Sant’Angelo, said that, while there have been some improvements, there are still concerns in most areas covered by the Commission’s mandate | detail

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Ternopil Prosecutor “finds no racism” in scandalous article

The decision is unlikely to be understood either in Ukraine or abroad. The article in question was written about in foreign newspapers because it was so shockingly racist | detail

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Ternopil Prosecutor promises to check “whether” offensive article is racist

The Ternopil Prosecutor’s Office has apparently begun a check over the scandalous material which has deeply offended local students from other countries, elicited outrage not only in Ukraine | detail

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Alleged organizer of Luhansk attack on foreign students released from custody

The website reports that one of the three men detained on suspicion of involvement in an attack on foreign students in Luhansk and vandal attack on a kiosk owned by Azerbaijanis, has been released by a Luhansk court | detail

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Luhansk: Continuing run-ins between local residents and foreign nationals

Run-ins have become more frequent between Luhansk residents and people from the Caucuses, Central Asia and Africa. While the police deny any racial motivation, those defending the victims are convinced that they were targeted because of their ethnic origin | detail

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Volatile Appointment for the Crimea

If, back in March 2010 responsibility for some quite scandalous ministerial appointments could be shared with the Prime Minister, in November 2011 President Yanukovych stands alone. And the burden of responsibility for appointing Anatoly Mohylyov Prime Minister of the Crimea is serious | detail

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Any Politician justifying Stalin’s Crime against the Crimean Tatar People is unacceptable

The Head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, Mustafa Dzhemiliev has commented to TV 1 + 1 on the appointment by President Yanukovych of Anatoly Mohylyov Prime Minister of the Crimea | detail

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Luhansk: Masked gang beat up foreign students

There is some evidence that the thugs who on 1 November beat up four foreign students from the Luhansk National University had come from the Kharkiv region. | detail

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Uman: Rightwing activists detained over rally against Hassidic Pilgrims

Police detained at least 50 activists of the rightwing party VO Svoboda on Sunday after they defied a court order banning a rally against Hassidic pilgrims in Uman | detail

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