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Section: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine)

      What Ukraine should do before offering the new plan for a deoccupation of Donbass
      Jul10

      What Ukraine should do before offering the new plan for a deoccupation of Donbass

      Armed conflict on Donbass has left the mark on everyday life of local population. Far back in 2014 when there was active fighting, a considerable part of local population left the dwellings and moved to quieter places. In the autumn of 2014 after the first Minsk agreements, the line of demarcation “was fixed” according to the...

      Panic among Donbas militants as Russia arrests ex-fighter suspected of the horrific killing of a pro-Ukrainian teenager
      Jul10

      Panic among Donbas militants as Russia arrests ex-fighter suspected of the horrific killing of a pro-Ukrainian teenager

      A former Donbas militant leader Vadim Pogodin has been arrested in Russian-occupied Crimea because Ukraine wants to try him for believed direct involvement in the torture and killing of 16-year-old pro-Ukrainian and football-loving Stepan Chubenko …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Defender of dictatorship laws set for judge post in Ukraine’s Supreme Court ‘reform’
      Jul10

      Defender of dictatorship laws set for judge post in Ukraine’s Supreme Court ‘reform’

      In yet another move discrediting the much-trumpeted reform of Ukraine’s Supreme Court, the High Qualification Commission of Judges has overcome the civic veto imposed on the appointment of Yaroslav Romanyuk to one of the judges’ posts vacant. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Against All Odds, Ukraine’s Refugees Rebuild
      Jul10

      Against All Odds, Ukraine’s Refugees Rebuild

      Displaced by war, Oleg Gorbachev moved his hostel for elderly people in 2014 from eastern Ukraine to the outskirts of Kyiv …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Water as an instrument of warfare
      Jul07

      Water as an instrument of warfare

      At another meeting in Minsk the participants of contact group on the de-escalation of armed conflict in the region of Donbas discussed the question on providing inhabitants of occupied territories with water again. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      The “Russophobia” myth: appealing to the lowest feelings
      Jul07

      The “Russophobia” myth: appealing to the lowest feelings

      If there is one word that gives the signal that a media outlet is clearly pro-Kremlin, it is “Russophobia”. Outlets such as RT, Sputnik and Russian national state television use the term to explain away almost any foreign criticism of Kremlin policies. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      ‘Lost’ Russia FSB border guards captured near Crimea accused of violating Ukraine’s territorial integrity
      Jul07

      ‘Lost’ Russia FSB border guards captured near Crimea accused of violating Ukraine’s territorial integrity

      Ukraine’s Security Service [SBU] has announced that it has initiated criminal proceedings against the two Russian FSB border guards whom Russia has claimed ‘got lost’ in the Kherson oblast on June 30. The news comes a day after reports that the men had been fined a nominal amount by a Kherson court and given a 15-day administrative...

      Russia’s trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov chokes on hilariously inept lies
      Jul06

      Russia’s trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov chokes on hilariously inept lies

      With Russia having first invaded Crimea, then set to putting those who object on trial for ‘separatism’, the ‘acquittal’ of Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader Ilmi Umerov seems most improbable. Moscow will surely find ‘judges’ ready to provide the required sentence. What it cannot achieve is any passable imitation of a trial, with this...

      Maimed partisan says Russia can’t leave Donbas – there are too many witnesses of war crimes for the Hague
      Jul06

      Maimed partisan says Russia can’t leave Donbas – there are too many witnesses of war crimes for the Hague

      Volodymyr Zhemchugov learned first-hand about Russia’s involvement in his native Luhansk oblast and knows how much Moscow has to hide. In a recent Glavcom interview, he said that Russia wouldn’t leave Donbas, as it would be leaving behind hundreds of thousands of witnesses who could provide crucial testimony to the international...

      A brief description of KHPG strategic litigations in January – June 2017
      Jul05

      A brief description of KHPG strategic litigations in January – June 2017

      …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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