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International Criminal Court continues gathering evidence of Russia’s involvement in fighting in Donbas
News - 15 November 2016

International Criminal Court continues gathering evidence of Russia’s involvement in fighting in Donbas

The International Criminal Court has decided to continue collecting the evidence of Russia’s involvement in the conflict in Donetsk and Luhansk regions

113 people still held in separatist captivity in Donbas
News - 07 June 2016

113 people still held in separatist captivity in Donbas

Earlier, the Vice Speaker said that Donbas militants did not reveal the whereabouts of Ukrainian hostages to conceal their real number

Representative of Ukrainian Ombudsperson to monitor observance of human rights in Prosecutor General’s Office
News - 06 June 2016

Representative of Ukrainian Ombudsperson to monitor observance of human rights in Prosecutor General’s Office

According to the Prosecutor General, the observance of human rights should be monitored by a person outside the system

UN sees no progress in release of hostages in eastern Ukraine
News - 03 June 2016

UN sees no progress in release of hostages in eastern Ukraine

UN notes no progress in the release of "hostages and illegally detained persons" according to "all for all" principle, as provided by Minsk agreements

Ukrainian Parliament Speaker: 68 children killed since onset of ATO in Donbas
News - 01 June 2016

Ukrainian Parliament Speaker: 68 children killed since onset of ATO in Donbas

68 children have been killed and another 186 have been wounded since onset of the military operations in Donbas

Expert: Public representatives should be involved in formation of anti-corruption court
News - 31 May 2016

Expert: Public representatives should be involved in formation of anti-corruption court

The public representatives should be involved in formation of the High Anti-Corruption Court so that it could enjoy high level of trust

Over 10,000 people killed since onset of Donbas conflict – President Poroshenko
News - 23 May 2016

Over 10,000 people killed since onset of Donbas conflict – President Poroshenko

More than 10,000 people have been killed and more than 20,000 people have been injured for two years since the onset of the armed conflict in Donbas

Custodial term of Akhtem Chiygoz prolonged until July 22
News - 20 May 2016

Custodial term of Akhtem Chiygoz prolonged until July 22

The Russian-controlled court in Crimea has prolonged the custodial term of Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Akhtem Chiygoz until July 22

Website Myrotvorets resumes operation
News - 19 May 2016

Website Myrotvorets resumes operation

Ukrainian website Myrotvorets, which publishes the personal data of people, suspected of separatism by the website’s authors, decided to resume its operation

Prosecutor’s office investigating deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944
News - 17 May 2016

Prosecutor’s office investigating deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944

The prosecutor's office of Crimea is investigating the forcible deportation of the Crimean Tatar people from the territory of the former Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in 1944

Ukraine is among leaders in number of internally displaced persons
News - 11 May 2016

Ukraine is among leaders in number of internally displaced persons

Nearly 41 million people throughout the world are displaced in their own countries. The largest number of internally displaced people is in Syria, Colombia, Iraq and Ukraine

Kyiv could resume trade with uncontrolled territories of Donbas
News - 05 May 2016

Kyiv could resume trade with uncontrolled territories of Donbas

Kyiv could resume trade with territories in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, not controlled by the government of Ukraine

Ukrainian Health Ministry representative promises to prevent ‘prostitutes and gays’ from donating blood
News - 04 May 2016

Ukrainian Health Ministry representative promises to prevent ‘prostitutes and gays’ from donating blood

Viktor Yaroshevsky, the head of transplantation and blood service of the medical aid department of the Health Ministry of Ukraine, has stated that he will prevent “prostitutes and gays” from donating blood

300,000 children in Donbas need help to continue their education – UNICEF
News - 04 May 2016

300,000 children in Donbas need help to continue their education – UNICEF

Around one in five schools and kindergartens in the conflict-torn Donbas have been damaged or destroyed. Around 300,000 children are in immediate need of assistance to continue their education

Parties to conflict in Donbas bring positions nearer to each other – OSCE
News - 22 April 2016

Parties to conflict in Donbas bring positions nearer to each other – OSCE

The parties to the conflict in Donbas bring their positions nearer to each other, causing violence

Prosecutor’s office investigating nine cases over involvement of minors in armed groups
News - 12 April 2016

Prosecutor’s office investigating nine cases over involvement of minors in armed groups

Eight teenagers were convicted in Donetsk region for cooperation with the illegal armed groups

Case of Tornado commanders submitted to court
News - 06 April 2016

Case of Tornado commanders submitted to court

The prosecutor's office submitted to the court the indictment against members of the former Tornado special purpose police patrol company

UN: Conflict in eastern Ukraine leaves 1.5 million people hungry
News - 05 April 2016

UN: Conflict in eastern Ukraine leaves 1.5 million people hungry

The two-year long conflict in eastern Ukraine has left around 1.5 million people hungry