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07  décembre     18h13
Who Was Illya Kyva? Ukrainian Zelenskiy Critic Gunned Down Near Moscow
   Ukrainian law enforcement sources told RFE RL that the Ukrainian security service liquidated a former Ukrainian lawmaker on December . Illya Kyva was shot dead in a village near Moscow. An outspoken critic of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, he was convicted in absentia in November of...
The Ukrainian Fingerprints On A Shadowy Assassination Campaign On Russian Soil
   For at least months, Ukraine has been waging a not so secret drone and sabotage campaign on Russian soil, targeting everything from border town pipelines to the Kremlin itself. Then there’s a shadowy assassination campaign that has targeted former Ukrainian lawmakers and nationalist Russians,...
Moscow Court Extends Pretrial Detention Of Nationalist Putin Critic Girkin
   The Moscow City Court on December extended the pretrial detention of Igor Girkin aka Strelkov , once a leader of Russia backed separatists in Ukraine’s east, who was arrested in July after he criticized President Vladimir Putin for badly handling the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Ukrainian Intelligence Official Says Slain Former Lawmaker Likely Aided By Russia
   A former Ukrainian lawmaker who was gunned down near Moscow took safety precautions that were likely aided by Russian authorities as he took an active part in pushing Russian propaganda, an official from Ukraine’s military intelligence has said.
With Wagner In Disarray, A Russian Diplomat With Spy Links Surfaces In The Central African Republic
   An RFE RL investigation found that a former Russian envoy to the EU whom European diplomats say works for Russian intelligence is coordinating between Wagner forces and local police in the Central African Republic following the mysterious death of Kremlin connected warlord Yevgeny Prigozhin.
Russia Detains Belarusian Over Explosions On Siberian Railway Line
   Russia’s Federal Security Service FSB said on December it detained a Belarusian national with permanent residence in Lithuania on suspicion of carrying out explosions on two trains on the Baikal Amur Main Line last week.
Japan Pledges 1 Billion In Additional Aid, Ukraine’s Zelenskiy Says
   Japan has pledged billion in additional aid to Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy announced on December .
Retrial Ordered For Russian Jailed Over Daughter’s Anti-War Drawings
   A court of appeals in Russia has cancelled the two year prison term for the father of a teenage girl who drew pictures against Moscow’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Zelenskiy Thanks Japan For Aid Pledge After U.S. Senate Blocks Massive Package
   Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has thanked Japan for a pledge of an additional billion in aid, saying the funds will give significant support to the country just hours after the U.S. Senate blocked a White House request that would have earmarked around billion for Kyiv.
G7 Leaders Agree To Restrictions On Imports Of Russian Diamonds
   The leaders of the Group of Seven countries have agreed to restrict imports of Russian diamonds in another tightening of sanctions over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
Live Briefing: Russia Invades Ukraine
   RFE RL’s Ukraine Live Briefing gives you the latest developments on Russia’s ongoing invasion, Western military aid, global reaction, and the plight of civilians. The Live Briefing presents the latest developments and analysis, updated throughout the day.
06  décembre     23h45
Liquidated’: Two ’Traitors Of Ukraine’ Killed In Separate Incidents
   Two Ukrainians who collaborated with Russian authorities have been killed one in a shooting in a village southwest of Moscow and the other in a car bombing in the Russian occupied part of Ukraine’s Luhansk region.
The Armed Forces Are Our Shield And Hope’: Ukrainians Mark Armed Forces Day
   As Ukraine marked Armed Forces Day on December, it highlighted the grim reality of the ongoing war with Russia. Although Ukraine does not officially publish the number of its fallen soldiers, it is thought to be in the tens of thousands since Russia invaded Ukraine in February . For many...
U.S. Files War Crimes Charges Against Four Russians Accused Of Torture In Ukraine
   The United States has charged four Russian soldiers with torture and other war crimes in connection with the alleged abduction and interrogation of an American during the early stages of Russia’s full scale invasion of Ukraine in April .
U.K. Announces Sanctions Targeting Those Seen As Aiding ’Putin’s War Machine’
   The United Kingdom has imposed new sanctions on groups and individuals in countries ranging from Serbia to China that it says are supplying and financing Russia’s war against Ukraine by helping it circumvent international sanctions.
At Least 10 People Detained In Nepal On Charge Of Recruiting Jobless People To Ukraine War
   Reuters cited police officials in Nepal on December as saying that they detained people on suspicion of sending Nepalese citizens to Russia, where they were recruited to Russian armed forces involved in Moscow’s war in Ukraine.
EU Leaders Set For High-Stakes China Summit Focused On Ukraine, Trade
   Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel will head to Beijing for a December summit amid deepening trade disputes and rising EU concerns over China helping Russia skirt sanctions to help its war in Ukraine.
Ukrainian Rights Defender Located In Prison In Russian-Occupied Luhansk Region
   Well known Ukrainian human rights defender Maksym Butkevych, sentenced by a Moscow installed court in Ukraine’s eastern Luhansk region to years in prison in March, has been located in the Russian occupied region after going missing for more than three months.
Two Russian Officers Sentenced To Four Years Each For ’Failing To Repulse A Ukrainian Attack’
   A Moscow military court has sentenced two Russian officers Colonel Anatoly Bondarev and Major Dmitry Dmitrakov to four years in prison for failing to repulse a surprise attack by Ukrainian forces on Russian territory.
U.S. Senate Blocks Ukrainian Aid Package Despite Pleas From White House
   The U.S. Senate on December blocked a White House request for billion in emergency aid primarily for Ukraine and Israel as Republicans objected to the bill’s lack of immigration reforms.