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12.02.2016

Russia refuses to probe sharp rise in soldiers’ deaths during war in Donbas

Russia’s chief military prosecutor has refused to investigate the death of 159 Russian soldiers who are believed to have been killed in Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine. | detail

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09.02.2016

Kremlin-backed Donbas militants threaten to execute Ukrainian prisoners

A spokesperson for the so-called ‘Donetsk people’s republic’[‘DNR’] has claimed that the militants are not holding any civilians nor anybody illegally. All those in custody, Darya Morozova asserts, are ‘under investigation’, and could be sentenced to death. | detail

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05.02.2016

Unmarked Graves of Russia’s Undeclared War

There are hundreds of unmarked graves in Donetsk cemeteries, most of them belonging to the Russian nationals killed in a war Russia unleashed and continues to deny any involvement in | detail

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28.01.2016

Separatist Leader Admits To Razing Ukrainian Village, Hails ’Good’ Soviet Ideology

Alexander Zakharchenko has admitted to burning down a village at the height of fighting more than a year ago, while praising a proposal for restoring the place. | detail

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15.01.2016

‘Clear Signs of Sabotage’ in Odesa 2 May Investigation

20 months after the deadly disturbances and fire in Odesa on May 2, 2014, Ukraine’s law enforcement bodies have not only failed to properly investigate the events and find those responsible, but are effectively sabotaging the investigation. | detail

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12.01.2016

The Deaths & Disappearances in Crimea Putin Lied About

There were multiple distortions in the interview given by Vladimir Putin to the German tabloid Bild. Some were simply absurd, like his denial that Russia’s actions in Crimea entailed a violation of international law. His claim that nobody had died as a result of Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea was a downright and especially offensive lie. | detail

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07.01.2016

Gongadze Murder Sentence Upheld – Silence on Who Ordered the Killing

The life sentence passed on former Police General Oleksy Pukach for the murder of independent journalist Georgy Gongadze has been upheld, with all court proceedings having been secret and continuing failure to identify those who ordered the journalist’s killing | detail

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25.12.2015

"US guilty of genocide": Kremlin supports anti-Maidan festival with links to the German far right

There is only one truth, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Adviser Sergei Glazyev, and it’s a blockbuster. The claims about an ‘Odesa massacre’ on May 2, 2014 by neo-Nazis with US support are being touted around Europe by an Odesa anti-Maidan activist with close links to the German far-right | detail

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05.12.2015

16-year-old Ukrainian beaten to death by Russian prison staff

16-year-old Vitaly died on Nov 25 from horrific injuries inflicted by staff of the Belorechensk prison colony [Krasnodar region in Russia] during an orgy of beating. Seven young lads were beaten, but the staff showed particularly brutality to Vitaly whom they referred to using insulting words for Ukrainian.. | detail

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16.11.2015

Disappearances and Groups at Risk in Russian-Occupied Crimea

Islam Dzhepparov was just 19 when he and his cousin were abducted in Crimea on Sept 27, 2014. It was his 20th birthday on Nov 13 – if he is still alive. Civic activist Timur Shaimardanov was 33 when he disappeared on May 26 2014, after peaceful protest against Russia’s annexation of Crimea. | detail

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12.11.2015

In Eastern Ukraine, A Young Life Shattered

11-year-old Kolya Nyzhnyakovskyy strains to scratch the itching wounds from shrapnel embedded in what’s left of his legs. He is using his left hand, the one that remains since since the day two months ago when an unexploded munition shattered three of Kolya’s limbs and killed his 4-year-old brother, Danylo, instantly. | detail

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05.11.2015

Ukrainian authorities slated over Odesa May 2 investigation

As anticipated, the International Advisory Panel which scrutinized the investigation into the tragic disturbances and fire in Odesa on May 2, 2014, has condemned the lack of an independent body in charge of the investigation and of any real progress | detail

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26.10.2015

Fighting Impunity in Eastern Ukraine

Submission to the International Criminal Court on war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine | detail

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14.10.2015

How Dutch Investigators Rebuffed Russia’s Alternative MH17 Theories

Dutch investigators repeatedly rebuffed Russian efforts to insert alternative theories into an authoritative report about the July 2014 downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane over eastern Ukraine | detail

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11.09.2015

Vital Probe of Odesa May 2 Tragedy stymied because of questions answered?

Despite the clear importance of a proper investigation into the deadly disturbances and fire in Odesa on May 2, 2014, and the mileage gained by Russia’s propaganda machine from any delay, the number of investigators has been drastically reduced, just when they seemed to be making headway | detail

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27.08.2015

Ex-Security Service chief in custody over Euromaidan killings

Oleksandr Shcheholev, the former head of the Kyiv SBU [Security Service] has been remanded in custody for two months on charges relating to the killing of Euromaidan activists | detail

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14.08.2015

Russia’s Supreme Court allows Putin to hide Russian military losses in Ukraine

Putin’s decree classifying information about military losses in peacetime as ‘state secret’ is widely seen as linked with Russia’s undeclared military engagement in Ukraine and can be used as a weapon against those trying to provide truthful information about the conflict, including details of Russian soldiers killed in the fighting | detail

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29.07.2015

Chief suspect in murder of journalist Veremiy reported killed

Anonymous ‘underground fighters’ in Donbas claim to have “eliminated” one of the men suspected of killing Kyiv journalist Viacheslav Veremiy | detail

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27.07.2015

Activist linked to anti-corruption investigation savagely attacked

Oleksandr Kulibabchuk’s wife, Natalya Rostova is convinced that the attack is linked with her role in helping journalists from the ‘Schemy. Corruption in Detail’ programme investigate alleged corrupt dealings by the Mayor of Irpin, Volodymyr Karplyuk. | detail

Visits 2636
21.07.2015

So who doesn’t want justice for Euromaidan victims?

A key suspect, charged with crimes against Euromaidan activists, has failed to appear in court just over a week after he was released from custody. If he has fled, this will be the second time that a high-profile suspect has vanished after a controversial court ruling. In the meantime, the trial has finally begun of two former Berkut officers accused over the gunning down of 39 Maidan activists | detail

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