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All 12 independent Crimean Tatar media outlets were forced out of Crimea since start of Russian occupation.
18:40, 06 June 2021
The law changes the approach and defines the two grounds for pursuing a special pre-trial investigation or special court proceedings.
21:45, 11 May 2021
Human rights activists says detainees have suffered torture.
11:00, 19 April 2021
Occupation authorities claim the woman, 66, had been gathering Russian navy secrets for Ukraine's military intelligence.
10:40, 30 March 2021
The diplomats emphasize Russia's replacement of law enforcement functions with political persecution.
12:20, 24 December 2020
The trial was held behind closed doors.
14:25, 07 December 2020
Moscow wants to "erase" the Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar identities there, Zelensky's envoy stresses.
20:15, 04 November 2020
The Russian Federation has once again made efforts to destroy Ukrainian cultural centers in Crimea, persecuting the Ukrainian congregation.
14:00, 05 August 2020
Journalists in Russian-occupied areas must be protected, MFA Ukraine says on World Press Freedom DayUkraine Mission to EU added that "Russian propaganda is afraid of truth".
15:50, 03 May 2020
Criminal proceedings were initiated under Part 2 of Article 208 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
13:00, 17 February 2020
Rustem Emiruseinov faces life imprisonment, while other defendants in the case, Arsen Abkhairov and Eskender Abdulganiev, may face up to 20 years in prison.
13:40, 09 January 2020
Honcharuk says the new procedure allows the authorities to prevent granting citizenship to those who have been convicted of grave crimes on grounds other than political.
15:12, 18 December 2019
The procedure should be simplified for foreigners who fought in Donbas on Ukraine's side and those who fled from persecution in Russia.
12:40, 13 December 2019
Ukraine considers the cases to be unlawful and sees them as persecution of Crimeans by occupying authorities.
14:40, 13 November 2019
At any moment, anyone could be nabbed and "appointed" another "terrorist" or "saboteur".
10:00, 10 September 2019
According to investigators, in 2016-2018 Dilyaver Gafarov was allegedly part of a Crimean Tatar volunteer battalion.
10:15, 29 August 2019
Also, a procedure was simplified for obtaining citizenship by foreigners and stateless persons who defended Ukraine.
14:00, 13 August 2019
A human right to a fair trial was violated 381 times, including 261 times in relation to the Crimean Tatar population, in 2019.
11:05, 01 August 2019
Church property was destroyed under the pretext of "repair works" allegedly conducted by the occupying authorities.
11:05, 25 July 2019
MFA Ukraine calls on int'l community to look into developments around held Crimean Tatar activist's illnessThe foreign ministry has expressed concern over the deterioration of Bekirov’s health condition.
23:10, 23 July 2019