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02.12.2016

Russia accused of mechanisms of political repression in Crimea unprecedented since Stalin & Hitler

From political prisoners & punitive psychiatry to dissident writers being prevented from travelling abroad, the Soviet echoes in Russian-occupied Crimea are becoming increasingly pronounced. On Nov 28, Mykola Semena was not able to personally receive the Pavel Sheremet Journalism Award 2016 at a ceremony in Brussels | детальніше

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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’ | детальніше

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28.11.2016

‘Donbas militants’ with Russian accent detain & expel independent Dozhd TV journalists

The Kremlin-backed militants of the so-called ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ [DNR] have banned two journalists from one of Russia’s only independent media from entering militant-controlled territory after claiming that the men ‘defamed’ them | детальніше

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28.11.2016

Crimean Tatars deported again under Russian occupation of Crimea

57-year-old Nedim Khalilov has declared a hunger strike after Russia ‘deported’ him from illegally annexed Crimea. He says that he will risk his life to fight for his right to live in his homeland as a Crimean Tatar, and not be deported as though a foreign citizen | детальніше

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08.11.2016

New Russian Supreme Court Directive Amid Massive Increase in Prosecutions for ’Extremism’

Russia’s Supreme Court has issued important amendments regarding prosecution for social network activities which in Russia or Russian-occupied Crimea can be deemed ‘crimes of a terrorist or extremist nature’. | детальніше

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07.11.2016

Crimean Activist Jailed for ‘Extremist’ Call to Boycott Illegal Elections

Serhiy Vasylchenko, an anarchist from Yevpatoria has been jailed for 10 days, purportedly for ‘circulating material of an extremist nature’. While it is nowhere indicated what the ‘extremist’ material was, the young activist’s troubles began after he joined calls to boycott the illegitimate September elections | детальніше

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03.11.2016

Vital Reform to End Oligarch-dictated Media in Ukraine in Danger

Journalists and media specialists have accused the government of sabotaging public broadcasting in Ukraine, due to be launched on Jan1, 2017. Their strong-worded appeal was launched after the resignation in frustration of Zurab Alasania from his post as General Director of Ukraine’s National Television Company [NTU]. | детальніше

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14.10.2016

Another Crimean Tatar faces 5-year sentence for opposing Russian occupation of Crimea

Russia is literally accusing Suleyman Kadyrov, as it has Ilmi Umerov and journalist Mykola Semena, of ‘separatism’ for opposing Russian occupation of their homeland, with the article of the criminal code – 280.1 carrying a possible 5-year term of imprisonment | детальніше

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07.10.2016

Ukrainian journalist’s arrest a chilling warning to stay away from Russia

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry has echoed earlier warnings from human rights groups and advised Ukrainian nationals to not visit Russia. The advice came three days after journalist Roman Sushchenko became the latest Ukrainian to be seized, held incommunicado and accused of mystery ‘spying’. | детальніше

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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 | детальніше

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27.09.2016

Russia brings Stalin era denunciations to occupied Crimea

Political prisoners, punitive psychiatry, censorship and a Stalinist-era culture of denunciations, this is what Russia brought with its invasion and annexation of Crimea. Fear of being reported to the occupation authorities by neighbours or colleagues had long been a reality. Now one Yalta lawyer has been ‘denounced’ by local council members, including somebody he had considered a friend for 20 years | детальніше

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23.09.2016

No Mercy for Crimean Journalist Facing 5-Year Sentence for Opposing Russian Occupation

Mykola Semena, a 66-year-old Crimean journalist has been refused permission to travel to Kyiv for an urgently needed operation following a spinal injury. Without the operation, Semena could face irreparable damage to his health, making him an invalid. | детальніше

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23.09.2016

Pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips should be delighted by the calls to take away his passport

However reprehensible pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips’ behaviour is, the calls to strip him of his travel documents seem misguided, which is probably why Russian propaganda media are eagerly reporting them. It is authoritarian states who restrict their own citizens from travelling abroad | детальніше

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22.09.2016

Crimean activist fined for ‘extremist post’ 4 YEARS before Russian annexation

It seems any pretext will do in Russian-occupied Crimea to prosecute civic activists. A court on Sept. 20 fined Alexei Shestakovych 1, 000 roubles for a video he reposted 4 years before Russia invaded and occupied Crimea. Another court rejected his appeal against a 20-thousand rouble fine for a totally peaceful picket in defence of political prisoners | детальніше

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21.09.2016

Not in Our Name: Journalist NGOs Should Condemn Propagandist Graham Phillips’ Torture Stunt

At a human level, it is impossible to understand somebody accosting a person maimed and blinded and telling him that he’s useless, a zombie whom nobody needs. When that individual, Briton Graham Phillips, claims to be acting as a ‘journalist’, such behaviour needs a clear response from the journalist community. | детальніше

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13.09.2016

Ukraine’s Government Proposes to Ban Import of ‘anti-Ukrainian’ Books from Russia

Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has tabled a draft law proposing that books imported from Russia be checked for any ‘anti-Ukrainian’ content. Similar measures earlier targeted specific books and elicited protest. The new draft bill seems more sweeping in its potential scope, and dangerously vague. | детальніше

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10.09.2016

Crimean savagely beaten for Ukrainian symbols faces ‘extremism’ charges

Ihor Movenko is in a Sevastopol hospital with severe injuries after being brutally beaten over the Ukrainian symbols and an Battalion sticker on his bike. It was Movenko who had his hands bound after the enforcement officers arrived, and he is now facing charges for so-called ‘extremism’. | детальніше

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06.09.2016

Crimean Journalist Faces Jail for Not Accepting Russian Annexation of Crimea

It takes serious gall to invade and seize another country’s territory and then prosecute citizens of the other country for ‘encroaching on your territory’. That is exactly what Russia is now doing in Crimea with its persecution of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov and journalist Mykola Semena. | детальніше

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05.09.2016

Dangerous & Senseless Arson Attack on TV Inter for ’pro-Russian Position’

Irresponsible protesters who attacked the offices of TV Inter on Sunday afternoon have done Ukraine no favours. Their actions were not just dangerous and unacceptable, but stupidly counter-productive, making the Interior Minister’s reference to his serious allegations against the channel seem ill-timed. | детальніше

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01.09.2016

Russia reinstates Soviet jamming to silence criticism of its occupation of Crimea

Russia’s censor has blocked the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre over a press conference given by the world-renowned Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemiliev and others. In it they called for a civil blockade until Russia released Crimean political prisoners, stopped crushing freedom of speech, etc. Russia’s response has been to step up repression. | детальніше

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