At least 4,000 peaceful protesters were detained in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and other Russian cities on January 31.
23:59, 31 January 2021
For the past two years, feminist events organized by Koval on International Women's Day have been met with violence from far-right groups.
17:58, 07 March 2019
Amnesty International: Five years after Euromaidan, justice for victims 'still not even in sight' – RFE/RLMore than 100 people were killed and 2,500 injured in clashes with security forces, some of them shot dead by snipers.
00:30, 20 February 2019
Amnesty: Ukrainian authorities 'slow to react' to attacks against journalists, rights advocates – mediaThe attacks have come in the form of threats and physical violence from extremist groups to the canceling of broadcasting licenses of specific media outlets by the authorities.
12:28, 11 February 2019
Over 50 attacks on activists and human rights defenders were registered in Ukraine in 2018.
13:15, 17 December 2018
The authorities must ensure that anyone who harasses, intimidates or assaults civil society activists is brought to justice, Amnesty International said.
14:11, 06 November 2018
Sentsov on Friday announced the end of hunger strike from October 6 because of possible forced feeding.
13:22, 06 October 2018
Amnesty International's representative office in Moscow on July 30, 2018, received a letter from Deputy Director of the Federal Penitentiary Service Valery Balan, denying Amnesty's request to visit Sentsov without any explanation.
12:13, 03 August 2018
The authorities created a safe space for people to exercise their right to peaceful assembly, Amnesty said.
12:46, 19 June 2018
Amnesty says Sentsov is serving a 20-year sentence after an unfair and politically-motivated trial.
17:50, 08 June 2018
<p>As Crimean Tatar leaders Ilmi Umerov and Akhtem Chiygoz arrived in Kyiv on Friday afternoon, after being freed from a Russian prison in the occupied Crimea on Wednesday, the Director of Amnesty International Ukraine Oksana Pokalchuk made a statement.</p>
18:55, 28 October 2017
<p>Russia must immediately release a 76-year-old man with Parkinson's disease who has been detained for holding a placard in support of persecuted Crimean Tatars, Amnesty International said on Thursday.</p>
00:09, 11 August 2017