search  
30.11.2016

Kremlin-backed militants arrest dissident Luhansk blogger

Militants from the so-called ‘Luhansk people’s republic’ have ’arrested’ a Luhansk Internet blogger Edward Nedelyaev, who spoke openly with a Bild correspondent this summer. They claim that he circulated ‘extremist material’ & accuse him of ’state treason’ | detail

Visits 1687
30.11.2016

Russia targets only Crimean Tatars and their families in revenge prosecution

Not satisfied with imprisoning Crimean Tatars on absurd charges regarding a pre-annexation demonstration over which Russia has no jurisdiction, the occupying state is increasingly applying methods of intimidation and repression against prisoners’ families. | detail

Visits 1260
29.11.2016

Militants stage ‘public repentance’ spectacle with supposed teenage ‘saboteurs’

Kremlin-backed militants have produced yet another propaganda ‘pardoning’ stunt involving two ‘Ultra’ football fans, while threatening that two very young men could face 20-year ‘sentences’ for so-called ’state treason, spying &‘desecration of the state flag’ | detail

Visits 1238
27.11.2016

Russia charges Crimean pensioner with ’state treason’ & spying for Ukraine

Ukraine in turn has accused Russia’s FSB of simply scouring databases for their next ’spot the Ukrainian spy’ arrest | detail

Visits 1714
23.11.2016

Russia continues Crimean arrests with debunked ’Ukrainian nationalist’ proof

Two more Crimeans have been arrested and remanded in custody accused by Russia of planning acts of ‘sabotage’. Typically the main news source was provided by Dmitry Kiselyov, described by the BBC as ‘Russia’s chief spin doctor’, in a long feature under the title ‘The latest failure by Ukrainian intelligence: saboteurs failed to harm Crimea” | detail

Visits 1471
21.11.2016

Another supposed ’Ukrainian Crimean saboteur’ hostage found on Russian TV

A fourth Ukrainian arrested by Russia and accused of being part of a ‘Crimean sabotage’ plot in early August has been identified through close scrutiny of Russian state-controlled television | detail

Visits 1321
15.11.2016

International protest over Russian FSB arrest of well-known Crimean scholars

The FSB has posted videoed ‘confessions’ from two of its three alleged ‘Crimean saboteurs’, both renowned academics, but has not allowed lawyers to see the men. The third man, Volodymyr Dudka, a retired military man, was allowed to briefly see a lawyer and told her that his ‘confession’ was extracted through threats to his family. | detail

Visits 1709
11.11.2016

Russia makes new ‘Crimean Saboteur’ Arrests’ with old Right Sector card as ‘proof’

Three more Ukrainians have been arrested in Russian-occupied Crimea accused of ‘sabotage’ for Ukrainian military intelligence, with the Russian media shown a ‘Right Sector business card’ that caused Internet mirth 2 years ago as ’evidence’ | detail

Visits 2649
09.11.2016

Judge seized by Kremlin-backed Donbas militants after arriving for his father’s funeral

Kremlin-backed militants from the so-called ‘Luhansk people’s republic’ [LNR] have taken Vitaly Rudenko , a judge from the Luhansk Regional Court of Appeal, prisoner and are threatening to try him for ’state treason’ | detail

Visits 1376
08.11.2016

Kremlin-backed militants ’arrest’ football fans for mystery ’treason’, real Ukrainian flag

Kremlin-backed militants who have been holding two young Luhansk football fans - Vlad Ovcharenko & Artem Akhmerov - prisoner for a month have suddenly announced their ‘arrest’ as though it happened on Russia’s ‘National Unity’ Day. It is not only the timing, but also the supposed ‘plot’ uncovered that seems suspiciously adapted for the Russian media | detail

Visits 1886
02.11.2016

Russia prevents ‘Ukrainian Crimea saboteur’ hostages seeing lawyers after torture exposed

Russia’s FSB are preventing Ukrainian prisoners Yevhen Panov and Andriy Zakhtei from seeing a lawyer, or receiving letters and parcels from Ukraine. They and imprisoned Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko are now in even greater danger since real human rights activists will no longer be able to visit them | detail

Visits 2565
31.10.2016

The Children Russia has Taken Hostage

While it is Russia’s imprisonment of Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz and others that gets reported, there are several times more victims, and many of them very small | detail

Visits 4834
29.10.2016

New strategy needed to make Russia’s Ukrainian hostage-taking hurt & bring political prisoners home

Relatives and lawyers representing Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov and other Ukrainian political prisoners have demanded a new strategy for putting pressure on Moscow and coordinating efforts. Much more is needed than mere statements of protest, as the number of prisoners in Russia and Russian-occupied Crimea mounts. | detail

Visits 2808
28.10.2016

Russia’s First Crimean Political Prisoner Found After More Than Two Years.

Maidan activist Mykola Shiptur has been held prisoner in Russian-occupied Crimea since March 9, 2014, but his case has only just come to light now thanks to human rights activists noticing the clear political elements in an alleged criminal conviction. | detail

Visits 3847
28.10.2016

10-year sentence for being a Crimean Tatar and Muslim?

Refat Alimov is turning 25 on Oct 28. He will be spending his birthday in the overcrowded and filthy Simferopol SIZO facing surreal ‘terrorism’ charges based solely on totally unproven involvement in an organization which is legal in Ukraine and in most countries. | detail

Visits 2965
27.10.2016

Kremlin-backed militants are refusing to release 62-year-old Donetsk religious specialist

62-year-old Ihor Kozlovskyy, a renowned religious specialist active in interfaith dialogue, has been held prisoner by militants from the so-called ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ [DNR] since late January this year | detail

Visits 1904
26.10.2016

Jailed for refusing to bear false testimony against Crimean Tatar leader

Ali Asanov and Mustafa Degermendzhy are paying a high price in Russian-occupied Crimea for their commitment to Ukraine’s territorial integrity, and for their own personal integrity. Both men are charged over a pre-annexation demonstration that Russia can have no jurisdiction over, and are almost certainly being held in detention as revenge for their refusal to give false testimony against the third political prisoner, Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz | detail

Visits 3630
18.10.2016

Donbas militants ’arrest’ young football fans for photos with a Ukrainian flag

Several young people have been accused by militants from the so-called ‘Luhansk people’s republic’ of ‘spying for Ukraine’ and ‘treason’, with this seemingly linked to photographs they posted at the end of August on social networks with the Ukrainian flag | detail

Visits 3460
10.10.2016

FSB Moves ‘Ukrainian Crimea Saboteur’ Prisoners to Russia To Hide Proof of Torture

There is reason to believe that Yevhen Panov and Andriy Zakhtei, two Ukrainians held prisoner by the FSB in Russian-occupied Crimea have been taken to Russia, with this coming soon after compelling evidence was made public of the torture Panov was subjected to. | detail

Visits 4649
03.10.2016

Ukrainian journalist seized in Russia on mystery ‘spying’ charges

Ukrinform has reacted with outrage to the detention in Moscow of its journalist Roman Sushchenko, and to the fact that his whereabouts and the supposed ‘spying charges’ were learned about from the Russian media. It believes this to be the latest act of deliberate provocation by Russia against Ukrainians | detail

Visits 3656
X




forgot the password

registration

X

X

send me a new password


on top