The so-called "Savchenko law", which equates one day in a remand prison to two days in prison, mostly releases people, who were convicted of minor offences
It is necessary to achieve three outcomes for successful practice of organ transplantation in Ukraine
The Mejlis considers that ban on the representative body of Crimean Tatars by Russia is aimed at ousting the indigenous people from the peninsula
The so-called "Supreme Court of Crimea" recognized the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People as extremist organization and banned its activities in Russia
“The alert level of threat” was declared because of harassment of freelance journalist Nikolai Semena
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) suggests a member of the Crimean Contact Group on Human Rights, Emir-Usein Kuku, who was arrested in February, for admitting his guilt
The journalists of Crimea.Realities (the Radio of Liberty project) must obtain accreditation in Russia as representatives of foreign media
The number of cars traveling from the occupied Crimea to mainland Ukraine has dropped significantly
The alternative bill stipulates that the competition commission should submit a list of candidates for the position of Prosecutor General to the President
The Ukrainian World Congress, the Ukrainian World Coordinating Council and the Crimean Field Mission on Human Rights may be recognized as "undesirable organizations" in Russia
Two Crimean Tatars were arrested in Russian-annexed Crimea
Currently, more than 312,000 children live in the government-controlled territory of Donetsk region and nearly every fifth is an internally displaced person
Political prisoner Oleksandr Kostenko was denied early release on parole. The corresponding ruling was delivered by the Kirovo-Chepetsk District Court of Kirov region of Russia.
The Council of Europe states there is a need for constant monitoring of the human rights situation in the occupied Crimea
The occupation authorities in Crimea called up more than 150 Crimean Tatars for military service last year
The court hearing in the case of ban on the Mejlis has started in Simferopol, Crimea
Ukraine will not allow the Crimean cars registered under the Russian law to cross the administrative border with Crimea
April 14, a Russian court will consider the lawsuit filed by leader of the Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev appealing against the ban on entry to the occupied Crimea
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