Publicity needed to prevent torture of Ukrainians detained in “Crimea saboteurs” case — Euromaidan Press

On 10 August 2016, Russia’s FSB announced that the special services of the Russian Federation detained a Ukrainian citizen Yevhen Panov, a bus driver from Zaporizhzhia Oblast, in occupied Crimea. Two days earlier, Russian military equipment was concentrated on the border with mainland Ukraine. Russia closed its border checkpoints without explanation. After several days of silence,…

via Publicity needed to prevent torture of Ukrainians detained in “Crimea saboteurs” case — Euromaidan Press

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