"For Crimean residents this decision is like a visa-free travel for all Ukrainians", - believe human rights defenders
The human rights activists describe the facts of 7 murders, 15 forced disappearances, 90 cases of illegal detentions in custody, 39 cases of torture and / or other forms of inhumane treatment
The International Criminal Court has decided to continue collecting the evidence of Russia’s involvement in the conflict in Donetsk and Luhansk regions
Roma people, who were forced to flee Loshchynivka village in Odesa region due to debacles, are still looking for shelter for their families
The cases in question target Mykola Semena, Roman Sushchenko, Andriy Klymenko and Anna Andrievska
The lawyers of the killed Euromaidan activists have submitted new information on the crimes committed during Euromaidan protests
Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Andriy Parubiy has signed a decree to convene an extraordinary session of the Parliament
Savchenko proposes that the world politicians should join this committee
Supporters of the International Criminal Court (ICC) should develop a new strategy to achieve ratification of the Rome Statute, which will allow Ukraine to become a member of the court
Russian de facto authorities in Crimea want to intimidate Crimean Tatars and force them to leave the peninsula. To that end, the security forces organize searches and detentions
Russian investigation has chosen a pre-trial restriction in the case of Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Ilmi Umerov in form of written undertaking not to leave a town
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) calls on Ukraine to ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC)
Ukraine can prove the involvement of Russia in the war crimes in Donbas and Crimea
Submission of new materials of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO) on crimes committed during Maidan protests to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is under threat
Joining the International Criminal Court means showing the world that there is no place for impunity for the most serious crimes in Ukraine
Russia continues practice of harassment of Ukrainians in its territory, as well as in the occupied Crimea
The experts will arrive on January 23 and will work for two weeks
"The acceptance of the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court will cause both potentially positive effects and certain risks for Ukraine"
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