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Human Rights in Ukraine. Website of the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group
20.08.2019

Russia brings criminal charges for honouring victims of Stalin’s repression and tending their graves

Russian police have initiated two criminal prosecutions against Russian and Lithuanian activists taking part in an expedition, organized by the Perm Memorial Society to honour victims of Soviet repression and tend to their graves | detail

Visits 296
16.08.2019

Barbaric excavations underway at Sandarmokh in Russia to rewrite history about the Terror

New excavations are underway at the Sandarmokh Clearing in Karelia which holds the last remains of thousands of victims of the Great Terror of 1937 | detail

Visits 1412
14.08.2019

Russian defender of Kremlin’s Ukrainian hostages arrested on notorious anti-protest criminal charges

Russia has begun arresting people under an internationally-condemned law which effectively criminalizes peaceful protest and, typically, the latest victim is Konstantin Kotov, a young Russian who has tirelessly defended the ever-rising number of Crimean Tatar and other Ukrainian political prisoners | detail

Visits 539
05.08.2019

Ex-Berkut officer wanted for Maidan crimes seen helping Putin savagely crush protest in Russia

One of the ex-Berkut officers whom Ukraine wants to prosecute for his leading role in the savage attack on Maidan activists on 30 November 2013 has been spotted among the commanders of an equally vicious attack on protesters in Moscow | detail

Visits 2061
01.08.2019

Three Russian journalists murdered in Central African Republic in hit job organized by ‘Putin chef’ Prigozhin?

A new report asserts that Orkhan Dzhemal and two other Russian journalists were sent to the Central African Republic in July 2018 to be murdered with the operation linked to the billionaire with links to Putin who is funding the ‘Wagner unit’ fighters deployed in Ukraine, Syria and in Africa | detail

Visits 1398
26.07.2019

Russian prosecution witness confirms that all ‘extremism’ used to jail teenagers came from FSB infiltrator

A prosecution witness in Russia’s trial of 10 young people who chatted about politics and life on Telegram has stated in court that he gave false testimony under pressure.  Pavel Rebrovsky also confirmed that the real organizer of the supposed ‘extremist group’ was a man believed to have been an FSB provocateur. | detail

Visits 1378
24.07.2019

Russia confirms an effective death sentence on its youngest Ukrainian political prisoner

A military chamber of Russia’s Supreme Court has upheld the six-year prison sentence passed on Ukrainian political prisoner Pavlo Hryb | detail

Visits 6501
24.07.2019

Russia’s assault on historical truth turns mass grave of Stalin’s victims into ’sightseeing location’

Excavations at Sandarmokh of the mass graves of thousands of Russian, Ukrainian and other victims of Stalin’s Terror are part of a mounting offensive against both historical truth about the crimes of the Soviet regime and against historians exposing them | detail

Visits 1443
23.07.2019

Russian human rights and LGBT activist savagely murdered after death threats

41-year-old Yelena Grigroryeva, a civic activist who fiercely opposed Russia’s occupation of Crimea and who often took part in pickets protesting against the mounting persecution of Crimean Tatars has been brutally murdered in St. Petersburg | detail

Visits 5506
11.07.2019

Bitter déjà vu: Crimean Tatars arrested on Red Square for defending victims of repression

Seven Crimean Tatar, many of them veterans of the Crimean Tatar national movement, were detained in Moscow on 10 July while holding a totally peaceful picket calling for an end to ethnic and religious persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea | detail

Visits 979
10.07.2019

Russia confirms that being Ukrainian is all that’s needed for a prison sentence

From Oleh Chaban’s arrest in May 2018, it has seemed clear that there is really only one reason for his detention and sentence, namely his Ukrainian citizenship | detail

Visits 1654
17.06.2019

Russian school children interrogated by FSB for writing truthful history essays about Soviet past

Probing the darker pages of the Soviet past is becoming increasingly dangerous in today’s Russia, even for schoolchildren | detail

Visits 5675
07.06.2019

Arrest Of Prominent Russian Investigative Journalist On Drug Charges Sparks Condemnation, Protests

Russian and international journalists and rights organizations have rushed to defend Ivan Golunov, who has gained prominence for his investigations into alleged corruption | detail

Visits 329
05.06.2019

Russia denies abducted Ukrainian student vital medical care

Russia is ignoring the European Court of Human Rights and Pavlo Hryb’s potentially life-threatening medical condition, and is also preventing him from seeing his lawyer | detail

Visits 1417
04.06.2019

Ukrainian political prisoner driven crazy by Russian torture declares hunger strike in despair

Russia’s abduction, torture and imprisonment in total isolation for 10 months did grave damage to Stanislav Klykh’s psychological state, however it is the sense of being forgotten and abandoned in Russian captivity now that has become unendurable and prompted his hunger strike | detail

Visits 880
28.05.2019

Historian of the Soviet Terror jailed for 9 years in Russia

Russian historian and museum director, Sergei Koltyrin, has been sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment in a trial held behind closed doors. Although the charges are apparently ‘non-political’, Koltyrin is the second historian of the Soviet Terror, after recognized political prisoner Yuri Dmitriev, to be facing a similar indictment | detail

Visits 3699
24.05.2019

Russia confirms return to Soviet persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses, including in occupied Crimea & Donbas

A Russian court has upheld the six-year prison sentence imposed on Dennis Christensen for being a Jehovah’s Witness, with the ruling feared likely to intensify the already mounting persecution of believers in Russia and in occupied Crimea | detail

Visits 934
21.05.2019

Savage torture and 5 years of a 22 year sentence in Russia for being Ukrainian

Mykola Karpyuk turned 55 on 21 May, 2019, with this his sixth birthday in Russian captivity. Karpyuk was the first of the political prisoners seized after Russia’s invasion of Crimea essentially only because they were Ukrainian | detail

Visits 1575
07.05.2019

Russia’s FSB given carte blanche to silence allegations of torture

With virtually no allegations made by Ukrainian political prisoners of FSB torture having ever been properly investigated, the prospect of newspapers being prevented from even reporting such accusations is terrifying | detail

Visits 670
06.05.2019

Ukrainian political prisoner beaten by prison staff in Russia for Maidan

Ukrainian political prisoner Oleksandr Shumkov is, as feared, facing physical violence and unwarranted punishment from Russian prison staff, both his lawyer and a lawyer from the Russian NGO Public Verdict have reported | detail

Visits 1382
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