Sofia Kalan

20 Dec 2022, 17:39
‘Don’t silence Mariana Checheliuk’ – a story of Mariupol woman in Russian captivity

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion in 2014, the Russian Federation has been abducting and holding civilians in captivity, which does not comply with any laws and conventions. Among the captured peaceful Ukrainians there are journalists, volunteers, members of the resistance movement in the temporarily occupied territories, representatives of the authorities, former or current employees of the security agencies, educators and teachers, elderly people and teenagers.

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7 Oct 2022, 10:36
80-year-old local kidnapped by Russians in Kharkiv region

The town of Balaklia was liberated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on September 10. The crimes of the Russian military, which were committed there during the six-month occupation, a ...

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30 Sep 2022, 10:17
More than 100 thousand people were killed in Mariupol, – Mariupol TV president

The events in Mariupol in 2022 are among the most tragic in the history of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine. According to insider data from Mariupol morgues and Prosecutor’s ...

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21 Sep 2022, 16:36
War crimes of Russia in Mariupol. Documented evidence. Part 11.

Bukvy continues to document the grim stories of grief and terror emerging after the Russians seized Mariupol. Kovalenko Yevhen Martynovych (25.10.1942-15.05.2022). Died in a Dontes ...

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31 Aug 2022, 13:59
‘The Russian lists contained those who were in opposition to the local Ukrainian authorities’- the story of a journalist kidnapped by Russian occupiers in Kherson

Along with bloody tricolors, Soviet-style traditions and corruption, the occupiers are introducing totalitarianism in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories. The local population is completely controlled by the self-proclaimed government, and any civilian resistance faces brutal torture, captivity, and in some cases even death. The occupiers commit mass kidnappings of pro-Ukrainian activists, dissidents, journalists, representatives of local authorities, religious figures and businesspersons.

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9 Jun 2022, 14:57
Unemployment, anarchy, fear: life in Russia-occupied Ukraine’s south

From the first days of the war, some territories of Kherson, Mykolaiv and Zaporizhzhya regions are under the control of Russian invaders. For more than 100 days, people in the occu ...

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