NYT journalists reveal who paid Tymoshenko "compensation for political repression" Earlier, the politician declared UAH 148 million as "compensation for the damage caused by the political repression of 2011-2014."
16:35, 11 May 2020
Russia-controlled "court" in occupied Crimea rules to remand all detained Crimean Tatars in custody until May 15 The hearings have been held behind closed doors.
09:40, 29 March 2019
Russia accuses of extremism daughter of already detained Crimean Tatar Following Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, the de-facto authorities in the occupied Crimea launched a repression campaign against Crimean Tatars, many of whom oppose Moscow’s presence on the peninsula.
19:10, 19 July 2018
U.S. urges Russia to release political prisoner Balukh sentenced in occupied Crimea Balukh's defense and human rights activists assert that he is a victim of repression over his public pro-Ukrainian position.
14:00, 03 May 2018
Russian poet faces prison term over poem in support of Ukraine - human rights NGO Byvshev was sentenced to six months' community service on July 13, 2015, over the poem "To Ukrainian Patriots" which he posted on his social network pages on March 1, 2014, two days after Russian soldiers without insignia seized control in Crimea.
14:00, 09 April 2018
Turchynov: No more political repression in future due to Maidan <p>Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov has honored victims of political repression on the Day of Remembrance, saying that the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine in November 2013-February 2014, also called the Maidan, did everything so that political repression in the country could never happen again.</p>
14:45, 21 May 2017