Ukraine’s Dignified Warrior: Nadia Savchenko Confronts Her Kremlin Captors

Paratrooper, Pilot, and now Parliament Member, Savchenko Pursues a Hunger Strike That Is Raising Public Pressure Against Moscow
In seven months since a Russian-backed militia in southeastern Ukraine captured Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian paratrooper and pilot has become one of her country’s biggest icons in its war against the Russian invasion. Her captors spirited her illegally into Russia, held her in isolation, then accused her of helping to kill Russian journalists. At home, Savchenko, already celebrated as Ukraine’s first female military pilot, was nominated and elected to parliament, an office she accepted from her Moscow prison cell. Now Savchenko, 34, has …read more

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