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Why Crimea is not Russia?
May 23, 2018
On the 18 May 1944, the deportation of Crimean Tatars from Crimea started on Stalin's order. More than 240 thousand people were forced to leave their homes and have been deported to Middle Asian republics of the USSR. Only in 1989 some of them received an opportunity to come back. These events are to be remembered, as Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 in many ways repeats the events of 1944. Many Crimean Tatars have been forced to leave their homes once again. See more details in our new video.
How to Freeze a Conflict? Russia’s Scenarios
June 26, 2019
True or False: What Chernobyl Liquidators Think about the HBO TV Series
Out of dozens of movies about Chernobyl, HBO’s mini-series has made quite a splash worldwide. The historical drama has even beaten the top-rated TV show Game of...
January 24, 2021
Painter From War-Torn Donetsk Finds New Home And Inspiration
When Russia launched its war in Donbas in 2014, many Ukrainians were forced to begin a new life. 67-year-old painter from Donetsk was one of them. Watch his story...