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Anton Naumlyuk: “Hold on, and fight, our cause is just!” Crimean Tatar political prisoners (photo essay)

By Anton Naumlyuk, photojournalist (text and all photos), Simferopol, Crimea. Correspondent for Radio Svoboda (RFE/RL) 02.11.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Human rights journalist Anton Naumlyuk is in Crimea this month covering the trials of Crimean Tatar political prisoners, taking photographs … Continue reading

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Sentsov and Kolchenko: Russia does not extradite its own

Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov was denied the opportunity to serve his sentence at home – all because of a Russian passport By Anton Naumlyuk, journalist (text and all photos) 10.21.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine The Russian Ministry of … Continue reading

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Anton Naumlyuk: “Ignoramuses, the fathers of stupidity”

The defendants in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” case in Crimea – who are they: terrorists or the oppressed? By Anton Naumlyuk, journalist and freelance correspondent for Radio Svoboda (all photos by Anton Naumlyuk) 07.07.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine … Continue reading

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Karpyuk and Klykh trial in Chechnya #FreeKarpyuk #FreeKlykh

“Then on what basis did they arrive at their decision?..” By Anton Naumlyuk, journalist, especially for “Novaya Gazeta,” Grozny 05.19.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Jury finds the Ukrainians Karpyuk and Klykh guilty of the murders of Russians in 1994 … Continue reading

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Ukrainian citizen arrested in Crimea sentenced to 11 years in prison

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty 12.15.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine The Moscow Regional Court has sentenced Valentyn Vyhovsky to 11 years imprisonment in a maximum security prison on charges of espionage. The case was investigated by the FSB … Continue reading

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