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Section: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine)

      Russia accuses Ukraine of Trying to Sabotage Crimean Electricity with a Handsaw
      Aug16

      Russia accuses Ukraine of Trying to Sabotage Crimean Electricity with a Handsaw

      The FSB have seized another Ukrainian in Russian-occupied Crimea and claimed that he was carrying out acts of sabotage for the SBU, Ukraine’s Security Service. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Mass detention of Crimean Tatars for solidarity with jailed 76-year-old Server Karametov
      Aug15

      Mass detention of Crimean Tatars for solidarity with jailed 76-year-old Server Karametov

      At least eight people were detained in Russian-occupied Crimea on August 14 for holding peaceful single-person pickets, or for photographing the police detaining the picketers, with one person – 64-year-old Yarikul Davlatov – now facing charges of holding an ‘unauthorized meeting’, For many Crimean Tatars there was no...

      Russia’s youngest Ukrainian prisoner sentenced to 8 years, a political prisoner to 10 years for writing to him
      Aug15

      Russia’s youngest Ukrainian prisoner sentenced to 8 years, a political prisoner to 10 years for writing to him

      While 19-year-old Artur Panov does not deny at least some of the charges, he was just 16 when arrested and there are grounds for doubting the seriousness of the grandiose plans he appears to have discussed. 35-year-old Maxim Smyshlyaev, who received a 10-year sentence, has long been recognized as a political prisoner by the renowned Memorial...

      Prosecutor ‘loses’ critical evidence regarding Khmelnytsky Maidan killings
      Aug14

      Prosecutor ‘loses’ critical evidence regarding Khmelnytsky Maidan killings

      Three and a half years after shots fired from inside the Khmelnytsky SBU [Security Service] office at Maidan activists killed 73-year-old Ludmila Sheremet and seriously injured others, the investigation appears to have been deliberately sabotaged …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Road To Dispossession: Locals Pushed Aside For The Trans-Crimea Highway
      Aug14

      Road To Dispossession: Locals Pushed Aside For The Trans-Crimea Highway

      People in Kerch and other locations along the planned highway route are already feeling the pain of dislocation. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Road To Dispossession: Locals Pushed Aside For The Trans-Crimea Highway
      Aug14

      Road To Dispossession: Locals Pushed Aside For The Trans-Crimea Highway

      People in Kerch and other locations along the planned highway route are already feeling the pain of dislocation. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Name those who help Russia jail a frail & elderly Crimean Tatar for defending political prisoners

      This torture of Server Karametov, a frail and elderly man who suffers from Parkinson’s Disease and many other serious illnesses elicited outrage and revulsion far beyond Crimea, yet ‘judge’ Natalya Anatolyevna Terentyeva claimed there were no grounds for overturning the jail sentence …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

      Rehabilitation Package of Reforms slams discriminatory bills on NGO public reporting
      Aug11

      Rehabilitation Package of Reforms slams discriminatory bills on NGO public reporting

      The draft laws proposed “contain a number of provisions that contradict national and international legislation, are discriminatory and consequently should be withdrawn” …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Russia’s “sentence against the entire Crimean Tatar people” awaited
      Aug11

      Russia’s “sentence against the entire Crimean Tatar people” awaited

      The sentence is expected on August 11 of Akhtem Chiygoz, Deputy Head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis and recognized political prisoner. He and other Crimean Tatars are on trial, as Chiygoz said in his final address, for upholding the law and for defending Ukraine’s territorial integrity, with Russia’s prosecution carried out by people who...

      Russia hits new depths, jails 76-year-old & gravely ill Crimean Tatar for peaceful protest
      Aug10

      Russia hits new depths, jails 76-year-old & gravely ill Crimean Tatar for peaceful protest

      A ‘court’ in Russian-occupied Crimea has jailed Server Karametov for ten days for supposedly ‘resisting the police’. The frail pensioner, who suffers from Parkinson’s Disease and other serious illnesses had already been fined 10 thousand roubles the previous day for what the same ‘judge’, Marina Vladimirovna Kolotsei chose...

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