The fates of some people were decided by so-called "military tribunals" established by Igor Girkin.
12:40, 24 July 2020
He is charged with Part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
16:55, 16 June 2020
It was conducted in 2014 but posted on YouTube six years later.
16:59, 19 May 2020
Ukraine's deputy prosecutor general reportedly thanked the journalist for getting the testimony.
15:40, 19 May 2020
Activists believe interviewing a terrorist who used to organize and lead armed units that fought Ukrainian troops in Donbas equals promoting terrorism.
23:50, 18 May 2020
The Russian national says he doesn't recognize charges pressed against him.
16:00, 04 February 2020
There is such a contingent, except for certain units, who do not care at all, Girkin said.
10:51, 15 March 2019
It says the starting bid is 1 million rubles, or about $15,000.
10:54, 12 March 2019
Khmuryi, or Sergey Dubinsky, is suspected of involvement in the downing of MH17 in July 2014.
12:18, 10 September 2018
It was the Russian FSB who orchestrated Zakharchenko's killing, the official says.
13:00, 07 September 2018
Girkin is an "FSB guy," and now it is now the moment the agency sees it possible, and necessary, to promote him to succeed the late Zakharchenko.
14:40, 05 September 2018
There are calls to have at the top post Igor Girkin aka "Strelkov," an allegedly retired Russian FSB Colonel and a former "defense minister" in the occupied Donetsk at the start of the Russian aggression in 2014, the report claims.
12:40, 05 September 2018
The terrorist says he does not know when the Ukrainian forces may strike, but he is sure "the Ukrainian side has already completed all preparations."
15:17, 18 May 2018
The battalion commander is confident in the Ukrainian army's combat effectiveness.
10:32, 11 April 2018
Girkin insists the cessation of active military operations against Ukraine in 2014 was "Russia's big mistake."
15:52, 10 April 2018
The chance of the relatives getting the damages they are entitled to is therefore very small.
14:15, 30 January 2018
<p>Russian law enforcement agencies in occupied Crimea have freed Vadim Pogodin, 46, a militant who fought for the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic ("DPR") as commander of the Kerch Battalion under the nom de guerre "Kerch" and is accused of torturing and murdering a 16-year-old Ukrainian in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine, in 2014, when the town was occupied.</p>
22:34, 30 July 2017
<p>Former leader of “DPR” terrorists Igor Strelkov during Thursday’s televised debates with the Russian opposition’s Aleksey Navalny said he had organized the invasion of the Ukrainian Donbas in 2014 using money from the Russian-occupied Crimea.</p>
23:10, 20 July 2017