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LGBT couple beaten in Odesa
News - 29 February 2016

LGBT couple beaten in Odesa

Ihor said that he and his partner had been returning from a karaoke club when the unknown persons had attacked them shouting and swearing them. They tore off Ihor’s hood

Activists blocking Russian trucks in western regions
News - 12 February 2016

Activists blocking Russian trucks in western regions

According to police, only the trucks with Russian number plates are being blocked

Parliament strengthens responsibility for obstructing journalists
News - 04 February 2016

Parliament strengthens responsibility for obstructing journalists

The influence of any form exerted on journalists to obstruct the performance of their work shall be punished by a fine of up to 200 tax-exempt minimums or arrest for up to six months

President signs law on State Bureau of Investigation
News - 14 January 2016

President signs law on State Bureau of Investigation

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine passed the law on the State Bureau of Investigation in November last year

OSCE opens new patrol bases in Donbas
News - 11 January 2016

OSCE opens new patrol bases in Donbas

The SMM Head will visit Soledar, Donetsk, Kominternove, Shyrokyne, Dokuchaievsk, Svitlodarsk, Krasnoarmiisk, Luhansk, Stanytsia-Luhanska.

OSCE shelled from occupied territory near Kominternove – OSCE SMM report
News - 28 December 2015

OSCE shelled from occupied territory near Kominternove – OSCE SMM report

Earlier, the Defense Ministry of Ukraine warned that the pro-Russian militants had been preparing a provocation.

Savchenko goes on hunger strike
News - 17 December 2015

Savchenko goes on hunger strike

"I go on hunger strike starting from tomorrow till the end of trial!"

OSCE mission still trying to get to Crimea
News - 13 November 2015

OSCE mission still trying to get to Crimea

OSCE has information about violations of the rights of national minorities in Crimea and tries to gain access to the peninsula.

‘Genocide’ at ATO checkpoints – queues grow threefold
Articles - 29 October 2015

‘Genocide’ at ATO checkpoints – queues grow threefold

The human rights activists urges the parties to the armed conflict to open new corridors for civilians.

Human rights activists ask OSCE, UN, Council of Europe to send monitoring missions to Crimea
News - 27 October 2015

Human rights activists ask OSCE, UN, Council of Europe to send monitoring missions to Crimea

The Crimean Field Mission calls on the OSCE, the UN and the Council of Europe to monitor and assess the human rights situation on the Crimean peninsula.

The Hague starts investigation into armed conflict in South Ossetia
News - 08 October 2015

The Hague starts investigation into armed conflict in South Ossetia

The expert claims this case will show whether it is possible prosecute Russia for military actions in Ukraine

Ukrainian, Polish journalists urge release their colleague from ‘LNR’ captivity
News - 30 September 2015

Ukrainian, Polish journalists urge release their colleague from ‘LNR’ captivity

The “LNR” militants have been holding Maria Varfolomeyeva captive since January.

Amnesty International: Both Sides Torture Prisoners in Donbass
News - 22 May 2015

Amnesty International: Both Sides Torture Prisoners in Donbass

Pro-Kiev and separatist forces alike torture prisoners and use them as "currency" for exchanges

The Persecution of Independent Journalists Continues in “DNR”
News - 14 May 2015

The Persecution of Independent Journalists Continues in “DNR”

A freelancer for "Public TV Donbass" in Donetsk was hunted down

News - 13 May 2015

Residents Cannot Leave ATO Area Because of Permit System

The permit system operating in the area of the ATO limits the ability of residents to flee the conflict zone. There are also problems with obtaining humanitarian aid