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    Luhansk journalist Maria Varfolomeyeva freed after 14 months captivity
    Mar03

    Luhansk journalist Maria Varfolomeyeva freed after 14 months captivity

    Kremlin-backed militants have finally released Maria Varfolomeyeva, the Luhansk journalist held hostage since Jan 2015. She was exchanged for a Russian soldier and a civilian, and is now safely on government-controlled territory. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Nadia Savchenko to Make Final Court Address
    Mar03

    Nadia Savchenko to Make Final Court Address

    The Ukrainian helicopter pilot on trial in Russia faces 23-years in prison over her alleged responsibility for the death of two journalists. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Blogger on Trial for Denying God Exists
    Mar03

    Russian Blogger on Trial for Denying God Exists

    Viktor Krasnov is being tried under a religious protection law adopted after Pussy Riot’s ‘punk prayer’ in Russia’s main cathedral. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Blogger on Trial for Denying God Exists
    Mar03

    Russian Blogger on Trial for Denying God Exists

    Viktor Krasnov is being tried under a religious protection law adopted after Pussy Riot’s ‘punk prayer’ in Russia’s main cathedral. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Energy Reform Comes to Ukraine, and It Isn’t Cheap
    Mar03

    Energy Reform Comes to Ukraine, and It Isn’t Cheap

    Country needs cleaner, more efficient power sources, but the public will foot much of the bill. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Appointment of a new prime minister will mean loss of time for reforms
    Mar03

    Appointment of a new prime minister will mean loss of time for reforms

    None of Ukraine’s international creditors insisted on Yatseniuk as a candidate for prime minister of Ukraine right away, and no one is holding on to him now. For international partners, it is important that reforms are taking place, and that the country does not get into political turbulence. Although what is currently happening in Ukraine...

    Ukraine: With Minsk stalled, Russian sanctions must continue
    Mar03

    Ukraine: With Minsk stalled, Russian sanctions must continue

    The West should stick to its sanction policy towards Russia, following numerous ceasefire violations by Moscow-supported separatists in eastern Ukraine, according to several high-profile officials who spoke in Kyiv yesterday (2 March). …read more Source:...

    NATO Commander: Russia uses Syrian refugees as ’weapon’ against West
    Mar03

    NATO Commander: Russia uses Syrian refugees as ’weapon’ against West

    NATO’s top general accused Russia and Syria of fomenting a mass exodus of refugees as a “weapon” against the West. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Meeting to honour Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko banned in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Mar03

    Meeting to honour Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko banned in Russian-occupied Crimea

    The de facto authorities under Russian occupation have refused to allow the traditional gathering in Simferopol on March 9. Gatherings to lay flowers and read Taras Shevchenko’s works required courage under the Soviet regime and could result in arrests. For Crimea under Russian occupation those times have returned. …read more Source:...

    Savchenko: You haven’t broken me & you won’t. I am no object for bargaining
    Mar03

    Savchenko: You haven’t broken me & you won’t. I am no object for bargaining

    Nadiya Savchenko has threatened to refuse even water if sentence is not passed soon. The prosecutor is demanding 23 years for the former military pilot captured by Kremlin-backed militants in eastern Ukraine and abducted to Russia, AND a fine for ‘illegally crossing the border’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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