Russian invaders remove Ukrainian language and literature from schools
Documents uncovered after the Ukrainian Armed Forces liberated Balakliya (Kharkiv oblast) show how the occupation regime swiftly took steps to remove the Ukrainian language and literature from schools
We are Russian citizens and are ashamed of the actions committed in our country’s name.
Statement by Oleg Orlov, Sergei Davidis, Co-Director of the Memorial Centre for the Defence of Human Rights regarding Russia’s strikes on Ukrainian power stations
Information about Russia’s war crimes is now available in seven languages
KHPG and other Ukrainian human rights NGOs are launching a website of the T4P war crimes initiative.
First tortured victims exhumed after Ukraine drives Russian invaders out of Kharkiv oblast village
The two men whose bodies were uncovered in Hrakove had been shot and their ears cut off
Even Kremlin supporters admit Russia has created ‘a humanitarian disaster zone’ in occupied Ukrainian cities
Residents of the Ukrainian cities in Donbas which Russia virtually razed to the ground while claiming to 'liberate' are facing humanitarian catastrophe this winter with Russian officials “incapable” of rebuilding what Russia has destroyed
New Russian conveyor belt of repression targets Crimean Tatars, other Ukrainians abducted from mainland Ukraine
More and more Crimean Tatars and other Ukrainians are being put on ‘trial’ in occupied Crimea after being abducted by the Russian invaders from Kherson or Zaporizhzhia oblasts or from the administrative border between mainland Ukraine and Crimea
Russian invaders abduct Kherson oblast local leader, install “worst of the worst” collaborators
Armed Russians burst into the home of Dmytro Liakhno, Head of the Hornostaiivka Hromada in Kherson oblast, in the morning of 3 August
Admission of guilt: Russia blocks international investigation of Olenivka mass killing of Ukrainian POWs
Why are the International Committee of the Red Cross and UN doing next to nothing to effectively investigate the 29 July killing of around 53 Ukrainian prisoners of war, held captive in Russian-occupied Donbas
Russia releases convicted mass murderer to fight in Ukraine, then awards him ‘for bravery’
Ivan Neparatov, leader of a Russian criminal gang, was serving 25 years for five murders and multiple other crimes when he was offered his freedom and money in exchange for fighting Russia’s war against Ukraine
Half a Year of the Full-Scale War in Kharkiv and the Kharkiv Region
Incidents in Kharkiv and the Kharkiv region recorded by the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group during the first 180 days of the full-scale Russia-Ukraine war (February 24–August 22, 2022).
Russia plans special propaganda ‘lesson’ explaining to children in occupied Ukraine why the bombing of their cities is ‘liberation’
The aim of this 'lesson' of lies ais clearly to present war criminals as ‘heroes’ and Russia’s aggression against Ukraine as aimed at ‘liberation’
Russian invaders plan ‘trial’ of abducted Ukrainian volunteer on charge of ‘international terrorism’
Yaroslav Zhuk, a volunteer from Melitopol has been imprisoned for well over two months, with the aggressor state now accusing him of ‘international terrorism’.
Russia teaches Mariupol children to shoot and to hate Ukraine
The Mariupol City Council has posted photos from a so-called ‘children’s camp’ in Melekino, near Mariupol, and accuses the invaders of using Nazi methods and “trying to turn Mariupol children into Hitlerjugend”
Russia effectively admits to using Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant as a military base
Russia’s Rosgvardia fighters have reported ‘detaining’ more employees of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant and have effectively acknowledged, against Russia’s own denials, that the invading state is using the nuclear plant as a military base
Abducted Kherson woman likely imprisoned and tortured by Russian FSB
Iryna Horobtsova is almost certainly held by the Russian FSB, with the latter accusing a Ukrainian citizen of obstructing Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukrainian territory.
Russia has killed hundreds of civilians in Ukraine with banned cluster munitions
Due to Russia’s full-scale invasion, Ukraine was the only country in the world where cluster munitions were being used in August 2022, with Russia using them widely in densely populated areas
Ukrainian POWs threatened with execution if they won’t blame Ukraine for Russia’s bombing of Mariupol
Long before the horrific explosion at Olenivka that killed 53 Ukrainian prisoners of war, Russia had used claims that the Ukrainian Armed Forces were bombing the prison as part of their psychological pressure on the POWs.
Russia sends forcibly mobilized Ukrainians from occupied Donbas to die as ‘live bait’ at the frontline
Russia does not need to keep any record of how many Ukrainian men, forcibly mobilized from occupied Donbas, are killed in the fighting, nor pay compensation to the men’s families
Russia kills and maims children in Kharkiv and claims it ‘destroyed mercenaries’
Russia launched a massive missile strike on Kharkiv and Krasnohrad (Kharkiv oblast) in the early hours of 18 August, killing at least 17 civilians, including an 11-year-old child.
Jail or steep fines in Russian-occupied Crimea for playing a Ukrainian anti-war song or for saying ‘Glory to Ukraine’
A Russian-controlled ‘court’ in occupied Crimea has sentenced disk jockey Yury Rodionov to ten days administrative arrest for playing a Ukrainian song, with video accompaniment showing Ukrainian soldiers and symbols