RFE/RL: Russian lawmakers propose expanded 'extremism' law aimed at CrimeaThe new bill proposes imprisonment of 6 to 10 years, especially for repeated violations of the law.
19:59, 09 July 2020
Neo-Nazi militant group grooms teenagers – BBCThe group is run by Rinaldo Nazzaro who is living in an upmarket apartment in Russia.
09:40, 22 June 2020
SBU exposes neo-Nazi group run by Russian manDuring the raid, law enforcers seized Nazi-related print material, arms and ammo, explosive devices, computers used to administer online communities, and receipts confirming extremist literature deliveries from abroad.
19:10, 17 June 2020
FSB detains Ukrainian citizen in Russia-occupied CrimeaHe is accused of inciting hatred.
22:57, 10 June 2020
Neo-Nazi Rinaldo Nazzaro running U.S. militant group The Base from Russia – BBCThe BBC traced Nazzaro and his Russian wife to an upmarket property in central St Petersburg purchased in her name in July 2018 – the same month to which the FBI dates the creation of The Base.
23:50, 24 January 2020
Ukrainian Coat of Arms removed from UK Extremism Guide amid massive backlashThe move is a result of wide-ranging diplomatic efforts, the Ukrainian embassy noted.
16:20, 23 January 2020
Ukraine embassy considers UK's reaction insufficient over putting Ukrainian trident in Extremism GuideUK authorities did not elaborate on whether the Ukrainian Coat of Arms would be removed from the edition.
12:40, 21 January 2020
U.K. government comments on situation around Ukraine's TryzubThe British authorities say they deeply respect the official symbols of Ukrainian statehood.
00:59, 21 January 2020
MFA Ukraine reacts to UK police putting Ukrainian trident in Extremism GuideIt is Ukraine's National Coat of Arms, the ministry stresses.
18:30, 20 January 2020
Ukraine's Embassy in UK demands Tryzub be removed from Extremism GuideIt also includes Greenpeace, Peta and other non-violent groups as well as neo-Nazis.
18:59, 19 January 2020
RFE/RL: Eight Crimean Tatars jailed on extremism chargesThe eight men were detained on June 10 after Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officers and police searched their homes in the districts of Alushta, Bilohirsk, and Simferopol.
11:25, 13 June 2019
Ukraine's security operatives bust Russia-controlled extremist organizationLeaders of the so-called “Ukrainian National Army”, founded on the instructions of Russian intelligence, organized massive data gathering on the locations and routes of movement of Ukrainian Army units to commit acts of sabotage and disrupt mobilization efforts.
11:00, 29 March 2019
New Zealand bans terror suspect's manifestoMeanwhile, amid the ongoing Russian aggression against Ukraine, which includes a vast range of hybrid tools affecting public opinion, Ukrainian authorities sanctioned a number of Russia-based publishing houses and online platforms selling e-books.
11:40, 24 March 2019
U.S. Ambassador stresses need to prevent violence by extremist groups during presidential election in UkraineYovanovitch noted the important role and responsibility of Interior Minister Arsen Avakov to counter such threats.
10:40, 22 March 2019
Ukraine's interior minister vows tough reaction to religious strife, extremismAvakov urges political and public figures to prevent provocations and speculations, as well as attempts to destabilize the situation in the country.
12:53, 12 October 2018
Analysts on terrorist attacks in Ukraine: Fewer but more violent and symbolic<p>The Ukrainian Institute of Research of Extremism says that the number of acts of terror in Ukraine in 2017 has decreased compared to 2016, but they have become "more violent, targeted and symbolic."</p>
21:27, 28 December 2017
G7 leaders stand united in fight against terrorism – Taormina statement<p>The leaders of the G7 – the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan – stand united in the fight against terrorism, according the G7 Taormina Statement on the fight against terrorism and violent extremism.</p>
22:45, 26 May 2017
Moscow court turns down Jehovah's Witnesses appeal against ban – media<p>Moscow's Zamoskvoretsky court has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Jehovah's Witnesses religious group against the Justice Ministry's ruling on banning its activity in Russia, according to the Russian news agency TASS.</p>
23:11, 24 April 2017