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    UK journalist who wrote about Crimean Tatar political prisoners fined, expelled from Crimea

    The British journalist Madeline Roache, who wrote about human rights in the post-Soviet space, especially the political abuse of psychiatry and political prisoners, was fined by the Central district court in Simferopol, occupied Crimea. She was forced to leave the territory of the peninsula which Russia annexed in 2014, according to Anton...

    Only one person is serving a sentence for crimes committed against protesters during Maidan

    Only one person is serving a sentence for the so-called “Maidan crimes”, as reported by the Head of the department of special investigations of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Sergiy Gorbatyuk, Radio Liberty writes. “At present, we have 50 convictions as the results of the investigations and criminal...

    Winter Olympics 2018: Day two medal count

    Ukraine at 2018 Olympics – follow 112.international coverage of the first Winter Olympics ever held in South Korea’s PyeongChang …read more Source:...

    UK journalist who wrote about Crimean Tatar political prisoners fined, expelled from Crimea

    The British journalist Madeline Roache, who wrote about human rights in the post-Soviet space, especially the political abuse of psychiatry and political prisoners, was fined by the Central district court in Simferopol, occupied Crimea. She was forced to leave the territory of the peninsula which Russia annexed in 2014, according to Anton...

    Only one person is serving a sentence for crimes committed against protesters during Maidan

    Only one person is serving a sentence for the so-called “Maidan crimes”, as reported by the Head of the department of special investigations of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Sergiy Gorbatyuk, Radio Liberty writes. “At present, we have 50 convictions as the results of the investigations and criminal...

    UN Peacekeeping Mission in Donbas can become firm guarantor of peace, – Poroshenko

    The President expressed the hope that the UN peacekeeping mission will help to ensure reliable closure of the border of an uncontrolled section between Ukraine and the Russian Federation …read more Source:...

    A mother’s heartbreaking appeal to get her son back from Russian captivity

    In 2014, a Russian judge found Stanislav Klykh guilty of fighting against Russian forces in the 1990s Chechen War. Russian human rights defender Zoya Svetova described the case as “one of the most insane and monstrously falsified prosecutions initiated against Ukrainian nationals since the annexation of Crimea.” Klykh denied ever visiting...

    Media: Cyber-attacks on Dutch banks were carried out from Russian servers

    The cyber-attacks that affected the three largest Dutch banks were carried out from Russian servers, as reported by De Telegraaf daily newspaper, citing the ESET Company which specializes in digital security. “This does not necessarily mean that the perpetrators are also in Russia – they can be anywhere,” specialists note. According...

    Ukrainian delegate: Russia’s attempt to return to PACE failed

    In a comment to InfoResist, Ukrainian MP and delegation representative to PACE Boryslav Bereza stated that Russia tried to blackmail PACE leadership into allowing the country to return to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), but its attempts did not work. According to Bereza, Russia refused to pay membership fees to PACE...

    Ukrainian delegate: Russia’s attempt to return to PACE failed

    In a comment to InfoResist, Ukrainian MP and delegation representative to PACE Boryslav Bereza stated that Russia tried to blackmail PACE leadership into allowing the country to return to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), but its attempts did not work. According to Bereza, Russia refused to pay membership fees to PACE...

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