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FSB takes away nine Crimean Tatars for questioning
News - 11 February 2016

FSB takes away nine Crimean Tatars for questioning

Eight simultaneous searches took place in Crimea in the morning

EU to continue advising Ukraine on police reform
News - 05 February 2016

EU to continue advising Ukraine on police reform

Ukraine plans to maintain the pace of reform this year

UN mission to examine demining prospects in Donbas
News - 20 January 2016

UN mission to examine demining prospects in Donbas

The experts will arrive on January 23 and will work for two weeks

North Korea announces successful test of hydrogen bomb
News - 06 January 2016

North Korea announces successful test of hydrogen bomb

The reliability of this statement is not yet confirmed, but the leaders of several countries have already condemned the actions of Pyongyang.

Ukraine to file lawsuit against Russia with International Court of Justice
News - 06 January 2016

Ukraine to file lawsuit against Russia with International Court of Justice

The Minister claims that the evidence has already been collected, the pre-trial process of communication with the Russian party is coming to the end.

Ukraine’s Finance Ministry may get access to bank secrecy
News - 30 December 2015

Ukraine’s Finance Ministry may get access to bank secrecy

The activists have appealed to President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko with the request to veto the bills

Human rights defenders demand solving problem of stateless Ukrainians
News - 28 December 2015

Human rights defenders demand solving problem of stateless Ukrainians

More than 33,000 stateless persons or persons of undefined citizenship live in Ukraine.

Ukraine’s Parliament should improve judicial remedy for foreigners to get visa-free regime
News - 02 November 2015

Ukraine’s Parliament should improve judicial remedy for foreigners to get visa-free regime

The Justice Ministry also presented the draft law which was elaborated to help combat corruption

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.

Crimea not to be returned by military force – Ukraine’s Foreign Minister
News - 23 October 2015

Crimea not to be returned by military force – Ukraine’s Foreign Minister

The question of access of the monitoring missions of the United Nations and the Council of Europe to the peninsula is critical.

Russian court upholds Putin’s decree to classify Russian army losses
News - 14 August 2015

Russian court upholds Putin’s decree to classify Russian army losses

Russia's Supreme Court upheld the President’s decree to classify troop deaths during peace time

Russia begins blacklisting “undesirable” organizations
News - 29 July 2015

Russia begins blacklisting “undesirable” organizations

Russian authorities today used a draconian new law on “undesirable” foreign organizations for the first time to blacklist the US-based charity National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Right Sector Plans to Prevent the Equality March
News - 02 June 2015

Right Sector Plans to Prevent the Equality March

Right Sector members plan to prevent LGBT activists from holding the Equality March in Kyiv on June 6th

Ukrainian Who Witnessed Nemtsov’s Murder Arrives in Kyiv
News - 03 March 2015

Ukrainian Who Witnessed Nemtsov’s Murder Arrives in Kyiv

She did not communicate with reporters and was taken out of the airport terminal through the back door