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Ensure Due Process; Investigate Torture, Liberty Violations

(Berlin) – Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) arbitrarily detained a Ukrainian woman, held her incommunicado, and tortured her, Human Rights Watch said today. The authorities charged the woman, Daria Mastikasheva, with treason, and a court in Dnipro has…
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 The fighting was right in the city center. Our school changed hands: some forces came in, then left and were replaced by others. The fighters were inside the school firing out of the windows. The missing piece of the…
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Protect Students, Schools by Joining Safe Schools Declaration

(Berlin) – Hostilities in eastern Ukraine have damaged or destroyed hundreds of schools, many of which were used by parties to the conflict for military purposes, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. 
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Cover imageA former student, 13, stands in a damaged school in Vuhlehirsk.
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October 2, 2012 His Excellency Volodymyr Mykhailovych Lytvyn, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Vul. M. Hrusthevskoho 5 Kiev, 01008 Ukraine Dear Mr. Lytvyn, We are writing to you on behalf of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch,…
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Censoring Information on Homosexuality Would Violate Rights

(New York) – The Ukrainian parliament should reject a bill that would unlawfully censor information about homosexuality, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to parliamentary officials. The bill is incompatible with Ukraine’s international…