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18.07.2017

MH17 Remembrance and Calls for Accountability. Except on Russian Media

Ceremonies and remembrance gatherings have been held in the Netherlands and many other countries in memory of the passengers of the MH17 Malaysian Airliner downed by a Russian Buk missile over Russian-backed militant-controlled Donbas. | detail

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17.07.2017

Briton jailed on terrorism charges for fighting with Russia-backed militants in Ukraine

41-year-old Benjamin Stimson has been jailed for five years and four months under the UK Terrorism Act for taking part in the fighting in Donbas on the side of the Russian and Russian-backed militants | detail

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12.07.2017

Navalny to debate with Russian Crimea & Donbas war criminal for nationalist votes

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has agreed to a ‘debate’ with Igor Girkin, the ex-Russian military intelligence officer who played a crucial role in Russia’s invasion of Crimea and military aggression in Donbas | detail

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10.07.2017

Panic among Donbas militants as Russia arrests ex-fighter suspected of the horrific killing of a pro-Ukrainian teenager

A former Donbas militant leader Vadim Pogodin has been arrested in Russian-occupied Crimea because Ukraine wants to try him for believed direct involvement in the torture and killing of 16-year-old pro-Ukrainian and football-loving Stepan Chubenko | detail

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07.07.2017

‘Lost’ Russia FSB border guards captured near Crimea accused of violating Ukraine’s territorial integrity

Ukraine’s Security Service [SBU] has announced that it has initiated criminal proceedings against the two Russian FSB border guards whom Russia has claimed ‘got lost’ in the Kherson oblast on June 30. The news comes a day after reports that the men had been fined a nominal amount by a Kherson court and given a 15-day administrative detention sentence aroused bemusement and anger | detail

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06.07.2017

Maimed partisan says Russia can’t leave Donbas - there are too many witnesses of war crimes for the Hague

Volodymyr Zhemchugov learned first-hand about Russia’s involvement in his native Luhansk oblast and knows how much Moscow has to hide. In a recent Glavcom interview, he said that Russia wouldn’t leave Donbas, as it would be leaving behind hundreds of thousands of witnesses who could provide crucial testimony to the international tribunal at the Hague . | detail

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05.07.2017

War in Ukraine Was Years in the Making

Ukraine is the only country in the world that has ongoing experience with a hybrid war—a simultaneous and adaptive military strategy that blends conventional and non-conventional means. As a result, it offers valuable lessons that could help the West better understand emerging threats. In the last three years | detail

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03.07.2017

War in Ukraine 2.0

Russia is targeting the most capable and dedicated parts of the Ukrainian military. | detail

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30.06.2017

Russia gives contradictory stories as mother of Russian soldier captured in Ukraine pleas for his release

While official Russian and Kremlin-backed militant sources present conflicting stories about the Russian contract soldier captured in the Luhansk oblast, Viktor Ageyev’s mother has stubbornly repeated what Moscow has tried to dismiss as “fabrication by Ukrainian propagandists”. | detail

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29.06.2017

Russian contract soldier captured while fighting in Donbas. Russia denies everything

Another Russian soldier whose active combat in Ukraine is denied by Moscow has been captured in the Luhansk oblast after a battle in which his fellow Russian soldier was killed | detail

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26.06.2017

Czech man on trial for helping Russian-backed fighters "plan terrorist attack" in Donbas

The Czech Republic has become the latest EU country to put its own citizen on trial over alleged involvement on the side of Kremlin-backed militants in the fighting in Donbas. Russia, in contrast, has sentenced one Russian to 5 years’ imprisonment - for fighting (legally) for Ukraine | detail

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23.06.2017

Russia, Not Ukraine, Is Serial Violator of Ceasefire Agreement

The context is this: Moscow is conducting the war in Ukraine’s east; without Russian leadership, troops, financing, and weapons, there would be no war | detail

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21.06.2017

Russia uses money and threat of prosecution to hide Russian soldiers’ deaths in Ukraine

Nobody knows how many Russians have been killed in Donbas. Those who can tell NGOs about their sons’ deaths have gone silent, while journalists have doubtless been deterred by the real fear of being prosecuted for revealing State secrets | detail

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16.06.2017

Russian sentenced to 5 years’ imprisonment for defending Ukraine

Russia’s Investigative Committee and courts have developed their own, specific, definition of mercenary, and it is only very loosely connected with money. Artem Shirobokov is the first Russian to have been convicted of ‘taking part in an armed conflict as a mercenary’ and sentenced to five years’ imprisonment. | detail

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12.05.2017

How Not to Become a War Criminal: A Guide for Russian Soldiers

Few Russian citizens view the Kremlin’s invasion into Ukraine as unlawful. Not many Russian servicemen realize that when they are fighting there, they fight as unnamed, faceless soldiers who lack the protection of international pacts, including the Geneva Conventions. | detail

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10.05.2017

Ukraine should use Russian social media for the International Criminal Court, not ban them

An important source of proof of Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine could be blocked if a plan reportedly underway is implemented. This is only one of the grounds of concern over plans to block two Russian-based social networks - VKontakte [VK] and Odnoklassniki [OK]. | detail

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10.05.2017

Donbas war criminals glorified in Russia on Victory Day

Victory Day in Russia was marked this year by state-controlled television appearing to treat Donetsk as a Russian city and photos at the Immortal Regiment march of a notorious Russian mercenary and Ukrainian militant whom Ukraine had wanted to see tried for war crimes in Donbas | detail

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04.05.2017

Donbas militants ‘sentence’ 63-year-old Ukrainian religious scholar on insane charges

After holding well-known academic Ihor Kozlovskyy prisoner for well over a year, the Kremlin-backed militants of the so-called Donetsk people’s republic [DPR] have now ‘sentenced’ him to nearly 3 years’ imprisonment. The 63-year-old religious scholar was ‘convicted’ by a DPR military court of possession of two grenades which were purportedly ‘found’ in his flat | detail

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02.05.2017

Navalny attacker led 2014 attempt to repeat Donbas seizure of power in Kharkiv

The man believed responsible for a chemical attack on Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was almost certainly a leader of the aborted attempt in 2014 to seize control in Kharkiv, Ukraine, and form a so-called ‘Kharkiv people’s republic’, like the Kremlin-backed formations in Donbas. | detail

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28.04.2017

Russia accuses Ukraine of ‘abducting’ arrested fighters, Britain tries one for terrorism

Russia’s Investigative Committee has initiated a criminal investigation into what it claims was Ukraine’s ‘abduction’ of Russian ‘volunteers’. Ukraine’s position in trying the men for involvement in terrorism is shared by the United Kingdom which is currently prosecuting a Briton on terrorism charges for his believed role in the fighting in Donbas. | detail

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