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Section: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (Ukraine)

      Russian contract soldier captured while fighting in Donbas. Russia denies everything
      Jun29

      Russian contract soldier captured while fighting in Donbas. Russia denies everything

      Another Russian soldier whose active combat in Ukraine is denied by Moscow has been captured in the Luhansk oblast after a battle in which his fellow Russian soldier was killed …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Russians name Stalin and Putin “the most outstanding figures” of all times
      Jun28

      Russians name Stalin and Putin “the most outstanding figures” of all times

      Nothing should surprise us when Putin has warned against ‘excessively demonizing’ a dictator responsible for the death of millions, and that same dictator is named ‘the most outstanding figure of all ages by a terrifying 38% of Russians polled. Yet the news that the Moscow Law Academy has erected a monument to this mass murderer is still...

      United by persecution, Crimean Tatars celebrate National Flag Day
      Jun27

      United by persecution, Crimean Tatars celebrate National Flag Day

      Russia has miscalculated with its persecution of Crimean Tatars for their national flag, their faith and / or their opposition to Russian occupation of their homeland …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      How History Will Remember Vladimir Putin
      Jun27

      How History Will Remember Vladimir Putin

      To paraphrase Pravda in 1929, Putin is the Stalin of today. Nobody since Stalin’s death has achieved such longevity or uncontested power over Russia as Putin has. Nevertheless, tomorrow he may be remembered as the Brezhnev of today, for he has presided over a galloping stagnation of the economy and public morality. …read more Source:...

      Czech man on trial for helping Russian-backed fighters “plan terrorist attack” in Donbas
      Jun26

      Czech man on trial for helping Russian-backed fighters “plan terrorist attack” in Donbas

      The Czech Republic has become the latest EU country to put its own citizen on trial over alleged involvement on the side of Kremlin-backed militants in the fighting in Donbas. Russia, in contrast, has sentenced one Russian to 5 years’ imprisonment – for fighting (legally) for Ukraine …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

      Ukrainian activist forced to flee FSB persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea
      Jun26

      Ukrainian activist forced to flee FSB persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea

      Natalya Kharchenko, a blogger and the mother of two small children has been forced to leave her home in Crimea under Russian occupation or become the latest Ukrainian to be charged with ‘separatism’ for her pro-Ukrainian position …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Russia, Not Ukraine, Is Serial Violator of Ceasefire Agreement
      Jun23

      Russia, Not Ukraine, Is Serial Violator of Ceasefire Agreement

      The context is this: Moscow is conducting the war in Ukraine’s east; without Russian leadership, troops, financing, and weapons, there would be no war …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Ukraine’s Security Service plans laws to criminalize ‘propaganda’ & fight pro-Russian fifth column
      Jun23

      Ukraine’s Security Service plans laws to criminalize ‘propaganda’ & fight pro-Russian fifth column

      Ukraine’s Security Service [SBU] has set up a special page on Facebook where citizens can effectively denounce their fellow Ukrainians for lack of patriotism. This is all supposed to be part of civic involvement in drawing up amendments to legislation to ensure liability for those involvement in “hybrid warfare serving the Russian aggressor...

      Donbas militants reported to be using torture to get ‘confession’ from seized journalist
      Jun22

      Donbas militants reported to be using torture to get ‘confession’ from seized journalist

      The Kremlin-backed militants who have seized Stanyslav Aseyev (Vasin) are believed to be using torture to extract a ‘confession’ from the 27-year-old freelance journalist, and to be putting severe pressure on his mother. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

      Russia gives imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz 10 minutes with his dying mother
      Jun21

      Russia gives imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz 10 minutes with his dying mother

      Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader Akhtem Chiygoz was allowed a meeting lasting only 10 minutes on Tuesday with his mother who is dying of cancer. Russia finally relented to that barest modicum of humanity after almost two weeks of rejecting any calls, despite the critical urgency of the situation …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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