Ukrainians

Russia is ready to export its technology of passport issuance into EU, post-Soviet countries and other European states – report
News - 21 April 2024

Russia is ready to export its technology of passport issuance into EU, post-Soviet countries and other European states – report

A human rights lawyer of the Eastern Human Rights Group, Vira Yastrebova, warned countries to pay attention to these markers of their passport issuance

Nine people killied in a Russian strike in the Dnipropetrovsk region
News - 19 April 2024

Nine people killied in a Russian strike in the Dnipropetrovsk region

Besides the apartment block, two infrastructure facilities in Dnipro were damaged. Four houses were partially destroyed in the town of Synelnykove, and eight more were damaged. A facility in the town of Pavlohrad was also hit

Eighteen dead in Russian missile strike on Chernihiv (updated)
News - 17 April 2024

Eighteen dead in Russian missile strike on Chernihiv (updated)

Ukraine's Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said there were more than 60 injured in the attack, which hit an eight-story building in a densely populated area. Two children were among the casualties. According to the officials, three missiles had struck close to the centre of the city

“Crippling strikes”: Russia destroyed key power plant in Kyiv oblast and aims to plunge Ukrainian cities into darkness (updated)
News - 11 April 2024

“Crippling strikes”: Russia destroyed key power plant in Kyiv oblast and aims to plunge Ukrainian cities into darkness (updated)

Armed Forces of Russian Federation launched another mass attack on Ukrainian critical infrastructure using Shahed kamikaze drones, cruise missiles launched from Tu-95MS aircraft, and Kinzhal hypersonic missiles and guided air missiles from Su-34 jets overnight on April 11

Russia has been suppressing freedom of expression and religion during years of temporarily occupation of Crimea – UN and Amnesty International
News - 11 April 2024

Russia has been suppressing freedom of expression and religion during years of temporarily occupation of Crimea – UN and Amnesty International

In temporarily occupied Crimea, Russia has significantly curtailed the space for civil society to function, including criticizing or advocating. Media outlets have been shut down, disproportionately impacting Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian communities' rights to free expression, information access, and cultural expression

“There are no LGBTQ+ people in Crimea”: Russia cracked down on the LGBTQ+ сommunity in the temporarily occupied peninsula
News - 07 April 2024

“There are no LGBTQ+ people in Crimea”: Russia cracked down on the LGBTQ+ сommunity in the temporarily occupied peninsula

As of 2014, the number of representatives of the LGBT+ community in Crimea amounted to approximately 16,200 persons. However, the number of people who remain in the territory in 2023 is unknown

Russians significantly damaged Ukraine’s largest dam, the Dnipro Hydroelectric Power Plant, in mass missile attack (updated)
News - 23 March 2024

Russians significantly damaged Ukraine’s largest dam, the Dnipro Hydroelectric Power Plant, in mass missile attack (updated)

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy has repeated his calls for further military aid over recent days, specifically calling on the West to send Ukraine more air defence systems

A decade of repressions: Crimean Tatars and Ukrainains targeted in Russia’s brutal crackdown on dissent
News - 22 March 2024

A decade of repressions: Crimean Tatars and Ukrainains targeted in Russia’s brutal crackdown on dissent

Amnesty International stated that with international crimes, Russia has attempted to change the ethnic makeup of Crimea while suppressing non-Russian identities on the peninsula, including through restricting education in Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar languages, attacking religious minorities, stifling media and culture, as well as undermining representative institutions and abusing the criminal justice system

UN ruling might fuel Crimean Tatar persecution by Russia – Chairman of Mejlis Refat Chubarov
News - 02 February 2024

UN ruling might fuel Crimean Tatar persecution by Russia – Chairman of Mejlis Refat Chubarov

Chubarov believes that in the current circumstances, the best "trial" for the Russians is the Ukrainian Armed Forces

Russians killed at least 18 civilians in missile strikes on Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities while Republicans in the US Congress blocked military aid to Ukraine (updated)
News - 23 January 2024

Russians killed at least 18 civilians in missile strikes on Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities while Republicans in the US Congress blocked military aid to Ukraine (updated)

Earlier, National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov called on the world to provide Kyiv with more weapons to stop Russian aggression

Attack in Donetsk market kills civilians, Ukraine vows to hold perpetrators accountable
News - 22 January 2024

Attack in Donetsk market kills civilians, Ukraine vows to hold perpetrators accountable

Civilians have been killed and injured as a result of an attack on a market in Donetsk on January 21, 2024

Kyiv responds to Slovak PM who suggested concession against the territorial integrity of Ukraine
News - 22 January 2024

Kyiv responds to Slovak PM who suggested concession against the territorial integrity of Ukraine

The Slovak prime minister noted that he intends to announce at the meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal that he will block Ukraine's accession to NATO in every possible way

A Russian missile strike killed 11 people, including five children, in Donetsk Oblast while Republicans in the US Congress blocked military aid to Ukraine
News - 06 January 2024

A Russian missile strike killed 11 people, including five children, in Donetsk Oblast while Republicans in the US Congress blocked military aid to Ukraine

S-300 missiles hit the town of Pokrovsk in Ukrainian-held territory in Donetsk region

Russians killed 5 civilians, injured 129 in Ukraine on January 2. Fires still being put out in Kyiv
News - 02 January 2024

Russians killed 5 civilians, injured 129 in Ukraine on January 2. Fires still being put out in Kyiv

Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged to "intensify" attacks against Ukraine

Silent suffering: Crimean human rights defenders and a humanitarian volunteer from Kherson deprived of adequate medical care in Russian captivity
News - 15 December 2023

Silent suffering: Crimean human rights defenders and a humanitarian volunteer from Kherson deprived of adequate medical care in Russian captivity

Front Line Defenders, Human Rights Watch and Physicians for Human Rights strongly condemn the denial of adequate medical care to human rights defenders in captivity in Russia

Threat to radiation safety: Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant loses power supply due to damaged transmission line
News - 02 December 2023

Threat to radiation safety: Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant loses power supply due to damaged transmission line

Ukrenergo, Ukraine's national energy company, reported that all 20 diesel generators were automatically activated, with eight of them remaining in operation

Life without basics: Struggle of Zakhar’s Family in war-torn Mariupol
Columns - 27 November 2023

Life without basics: Struggle of Zakhar’s Family in war-torn Mariupol

We were lucky, because not all people were missed by shells and not all returned alive. More than a year has passed since the day we escaped from occupied Mariupol

Nestlé listed as an international war sponsor by Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency
News - 18 November 2023

Nestlé listed as an international war sponsor by Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency

When Nestle announced the suspension of exports and imports to Russia, except for “essential and basic goods for the local people,” it gave the mistaken impression that it planned to leave, according to Oleksandr Novikov, the head of the corruption prevention agency