Stop Censorship: Media must answer for censorship, lies and hate speech

Stop Censorship writes that “over the three months of protests which ended in a popular uprising and the change in leadership in Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych’s regime waged an information war with Maidan | detail

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Where is the investigation into last week’s carnage?

EuroMaidan SOS has publically called on Acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov to provide answers regarding the apparent lack of investigation into the shooting of protesters on 19 and 20 February | detail

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Viktor Shvets died “protecting the young people”

One of the victims of last week’s shooting, Viktor Mykhailovych Shvets was a retired police officer who went to Maidan on Feb 18, as he put it, “to protect the young people”. | detail

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Road Control lawyer Viktor Smaliy finally released

The charges against Viktor Smaliy were absurd and seemed both part of a general offensive against the civic watchdog Road Control and a lesson to other lawyers to watch their step.. | detail

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Point of No Return

On Friday evening journalists and presenters on one of the main national TV channels, “Inter” heard in a live broadcast that they personally had lied and twisted the truth about Maidan for three months, and that they too had the blood of the dead on their hands | detail

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Kharkiv Environmentalist Yevhen Kotlyar killed on Maidan

33-year-old Yevhen Kotlyar was killed in gunfire on Thursday near the Khreshchatyk metro station. He had come to Kyiv to join the barricades on Feb 17 | detail

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KHPG: On the events of Feb 20 in Kyiv

Yesterday, on Feb 20, 2014, a terrorist operation was effectively carried out in the centre of Kyiv resulting in the deaths of up to a hundred peaceful citizens, with hundreds wounded | detail

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In Remembrance of those who died on Maidan

Information about unarmed protesters who died, most from bullets aimed at them by Berkut snipers. Please share the information and photos of people, some very young, whom the government labelled "terrorists" and "extremists" and killed | detail

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MPs vote to condemn violence and ban “anti-terrorist operation”

On Thursday evening a majority, albeit small, of MPs thwarted Viktor Yanukovych’s attempt to effectively impose a state of emergency and give the police and SBU sweeping powers to kill and arrest. | detail

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EU introduces targeted sanctions

After a day of carnage during which Berkut snipers aimed to kill unarmed demonstrators and medical staff seeking to help them, when EU foreign ministers tried in vain for 6 hours to have “meaningful dialogue” with Viktor Yanukovych, the EU has finally imposed sanctions. | detail

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Real Measures from Democratic Countries needed now

The text below was written as an appeal to the heads of all European Parliament factions, asking them to support a permanent observer mission to Ukraine. The information also, I hope, explains why targeted sanctions and other active measures now are vitally needed to restrain Ukraine’s leaders and prevent further bloodshed | detail

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Ever more victims of sniper fire

The photo here clearly shows that the authorities’ denials are false. Deomonstraters are being deliberately shot and killed by professional snipers who do not stop at aiming their fire at medical staff trying to help the injured | detail

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Titushki and Bercut riot police on the attack

The regime’s deployment of “titushki” urgently needs to be clearly recorded and communicated to the international community as demonstration that calls for “all parties” to show restraint are missing the point and manifestly not enough | detail

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What can Ukraine expect from the West now?

First and foremost, stop “expressing deep concern”. All protestors on the Maidan have an allergy to this by now in these circumstances senseless phrase, while all gangsters in the Ukrainian governmental gang enjoy mocking the helplessness of the EU. | detail

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Vinnytsa artist killed on Maidan

50-year-old Valery Brezdenyuk painted magical worlds on water. He died defending Maidan on Tuesday night, after being shot in the back | detail

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Not Terrorists!

Warmest gratitude to the elderly lady seen in floods of tears giving what for her may have been a huge amount of money to help those hurt in the bloodshed unleashed by Ukraine’s leaders | detail

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Journalist killed by titushki in Kyiv

Viacheslav Veremiy, journalist from the Vesti newspaper died in hospital early on Wednesday morning after being dragged out of a taxi when returning from work | detail

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Blood and Berkut Sniper Bullets on the President’s Hands

The following are just a few of the day’s events that strip any regime of its legitimacy. More will become clearer over the coming days and weeks. Time however is not on Ukrainians’ side now that Yanukovych, doubtless buoyed – or bound – by yesterday’s 2 billion loan from Russia has chosen bloodshed. | detail

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Mustafa Dzhemiliev on Maidan: I’m proud of you, dear fellow Ukrainians

“Not one dictator who spilled blood has escaped punishment. Ukraine will be no exception. .... I am proud to be a Ukrainian!" | detail

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Access to Channel 5 blocked

Channel 5 is going off the air throughout the country and is under a massive DDoS attack. Please pass on their YouTube address | detail

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