Sentence passed over savage killing of Ukrainian human rights lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska
The victim’s daughter believes that the sentence against Yury Rossoshansky was just, but that others were also involved in her savage murder, including a high-ranking police official
Russia kills refugee in occupied Crimea, then ‘puts him on trial’
A Russian court is about to begin the ‘trial’ of Nabi Rakhimov, 13 months after the Uzbek refugee was killed by the Russian FSB in occupied Crimea
‘... I sang in the basement to calm my daughter down’
Kyiv volunteer Antonina Dembitska interviews Ukrainians, who had to flee the war, to preserve the voices of witnesses for the history and future tribunal of war criminals. Read an interview with a Kharkiv woman who was forced to flee shelling and bombing with a baby in her arms and a five-year-old daughter.
SOS! Save the civilian population in Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel!
We call on the int. community & anyone who can influence and urge the aggressor state to provide the civilians with the possibility to evacuate to safer locations and to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe and new human casualties in this war unleashed by Russia.
Ukrainian survivors of the Holocaust demand Putin and Russia get out of Ukraine
Update on the fire at the Zaporizhya Nuclear Power Plant caused by Russian shelling
Crimean Tatar Reshat Ametov, first savagely tortured victim of Russia’s war against Ukraine
If the bombing of Ukrainian cities by Russian invading forces is unprecedented, not so Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, which began eight years ago
Russia brings posthumous criminal charges against the refugee it killed in occupied Crimea
There were no grounds for Nabi Rakhimov to have shown any resistance to the FSB who turned up in occupied Crimea, and the refusal to hand over his body confirms that Russia needs to conceal how he died
Russia illegally imprisons Uzbek refugee after killing her husband in occupied Crimea
Sokhiba Burkhanova has been imprisoned since the day after her refugee husband was killed by FSB officers in occupied Crimea
Former Ukrainian Interior Ministry official to face trial over Maidan killings after imprisonment in Russia
Yury Spasskykh has been remanded in custody in Ukraine and is facing trial on charges linked with the killing of Maidan protesters iHe fled the country in the Spring of 2014, only to end up imprisoned in Russia on bizarre charges.
Former Ukrainian special forces officer to go on trial over Maidan killings
A Kyiv court has been passed the indictment against former Omega special force officer Volodymyr Kosenko on charges of killing and attempting to kill Maidan activists on 20 February 2014
Death before a sentence: Russia is killing two Crimean Tatar political prisoners
One of the five cloned ‘trials’ with which Russia is trying to deflect attention from its attack on Crimean Tatar civic journalists and activists is likely to result in the death of two of the five recognized political prisoners
Ukrainian Police Open Murder Case After Finding Missing Belarusian Activist "Hanged" In Kyiv
Ukrainian police launched a murder investigation on August 3 after missing Belarusian activist Vital Shyshou was found hanged in a park near his home in Kyiv.
Remember 16-year-old Stepan Chubenko and how Russia protected his Donbas militant torturers and killers
When Putin claims that Russians and Ukrainians are ‘brothers’, he is doubtless not thinking of 16-year-old Stepan Chubenko, but likely includes the pro-Russian militants who seized the schoolboy, tortured him and killed him in cold blood for his pro-Ukrainian views
Mother of slain journalist Pavel Sheremet: I don’t want innocent people to suffer for his murder
On the fifth anniversary of Pavel Sheremet’s murder, Ukraine’s new Interior Minister Denis Monastyrsky has refused to speak with the slain Belarusian journalist’s family and friends
End to 7 years of impunity for savage murder of Ukrainian journalist?
Over seven years after Cherkasy journalist Vasyl Serhiyenko was abducted and murdered, the trial of his suspected killers has been moved from a court which seems to have been doing everything to ensure that the case never ends in conviction.
Russia refuses to allow the refugee it killed in occupied Crimea to be buried
Refusal to allow a devout Muslim’s body to receive proper burial can only be because the body would prove that the FSB are lying about how Nabi Rakhimov died
Do not let Russia torture gravely ill Crimean Tatar activists to death!
Russia is even violating its own laws with its treatment of gravely ill men and there are ways in which politicians and human rights NGOs could help to ensure that it is reminded of this.
ECHR prohibits Russia from deporting refugee after FSB killed her husband in Crimea
As well as trying to deport Sokhiba Burkhanova, Russia is refusing to return Nabi Rakhimov’s body, confirming the suspicion that the FSB tortured him to death and then staged a ‘shootout’. .
Russian Terror and State-sponsored Abductions. Where is Crimean Tatar activist Ervin Ibragimov?
Ervin Ibragimov was just 30 when he was abducted by men in Russian traffic police uniform, one of the many victims of enforced disappearances since Russia"s invasion of Crimea