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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Crimea’s Happy Now, But for the Persecution
    Sep17

    Crimea’s Happy Now, But for the Persecution

    Russia isn’t going to lose Crimea again, so why the repression? …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans dozens of foreign journalists as ‘threats to national security’
    Sep17

    Ukraine bans dozens of foreign journalists as ‘threats to national security’

    Kiev criticised for blacklisting journalists including senior BBC correspondents and Spanish reporters missing in Syria alongside Russian officials and separatist leaders …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainian sanctions include two Estonian journalists
    Sep17

    Ukrainian sanctions include two Estonian journalists

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has expanded a list of sanctions against Russian companies and individuals, including two Estonian journalists, who work in the local Russian-language media, Marianna Tarassenko and Andrei Babin. …read more Source:...

    Crimea human rights ‘deteriorated radically’ since Russia seizure (AFP)
    Sep17

    Crimea human rights ‘deteriorated radically’ since Russia seizure (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – Human rights on the Crimea peninsula seized by Russia from Ukraine in March 2014 have “deteriorated radically” since Moscow’s takeover, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said Thursday. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine slammed for banning dozens of foreign reporters
    Sep17

    Ukraine slammed for banning dozens of foreign reporters

    KIEV: Ukraine faced global media condemnation Thursday for banning dozens of foreign reporters as it expanded sanctions against Russia for its actions in the war-torn former Soviet state. The blacklisted reporters included three Moscow-based journalists with the BBC. The list also named a Spanish correspondent and a writer who Germany’s Die...

    Crimea human rights ‘deteriorated radically’
    Sep17

    Crimea human rights ‘deteriorated radically’

    Since Russian annexation authorities installed by Moscow have clamped down on pro-Kyiv activists, local journalists and Crimean Tatars …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine introduces new sanctions against Russia; 4 persons from Latvia also included
    Sep17

    Ukraine introduces new sanctions against Russia; 4 persons from Latvia also included

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on September 17th expanded a list of sanctions against Russian companies and individuals held responsible for the ex-Soviet state’s eastern uprising and for Moscow’s annexation of Crimea, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    One journalist, three pen names banned from Ukraine
    Sep17

    One journalist, three pen names banned from Ukraine

    The latest list of persons barred from entry in Ukraine, released on Wednesday by the administration of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, includes a former Latvian MP now working as a reporter, along with three other journalists – or rather their pen names – from Latvia’s Vesti Segodnya Russian-language daily. …read...

    Ukraine slammed for banning dozens of foreign reporters (AFP)
    Sep17

    Ukraine slammed for banning dozens of foreign reporters (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine faced global media condemnation Thursday for banning dozens of foreign reporters as it expanded sanctions against Russia for its actions in the war-torn former Soviet state. …read more Source: The West...

    3 BBC Journalists Barred from Entering Ukraine
    Sep17

    3 BBC Journalists Barred from Entering Ukraine

    Ukraine has barred a few dozen reporters, including three BBC journalists, from entering the country as an unspecified security threat. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko late on Wednesday signed a sanctions list barring nearly 400 individuals from entering Ukraine, including BBC correspondent Steve Rosenberg and producer Emma Wells, both...