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Anti-Romani posters on the streets of Odessa, Ukraine, 2017. (PHOTO:  http://stringer.media)
Anti-Romani posters on the streets of Odessa, Ukraine, 2017. (PHOTO: http://stringer.media)

Ukraine: Odessa is flooded with anti-Romani posters

2.1.2017 11:33 Squares and streets in the Ukrainian city of Odessa have recently been flooded with posters featuring portraits of Romani people splattered with blood and messages such as "Roma are bandits and murderers!" Other posters read "Don't forget Loshchynivka", a reference to a case in which a girl from that village was murdered in August, sparking pogroms against local Romani residents.  full story

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Ukraine: New Year's Day saw thousands of extremists marching, journalists attacked

Kiev, 9.1.2015 0:18, (ROMEA) Several thousand Ukrainian extremists marched through Kiev with lit torches on 1 January to mark the 106th anniversary of the birth of Stepan Bandera, the leader of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Those participating in the assembly included supporters of the neo-Nazi Right Sector group and radical football fans.  full story

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Ukraine: Neo-Nazi Right Sector fighters attack pro-Russian MP

Kiev, 3.10.2014 18:39, (ROMEA) Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov addressed an emphatic warning to neo-Nazis from the Right Sector organization on 1 October. In response to an attack committed Tuesday by right-wing radicals against a pro-Russian MP, Avakov declared that America and Europe could turn away from supporting Ukraine if similar incidents persist.  full story

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Ukraine: Neo-Nazis from Right Sector threaten armed march on Kiev

Kiev, 18.8.2014 16:17, (ROMEA) A sharp conflict has broken out between the leadership of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry and the commander of the neo-Nazi group Right Sector, Dmytro Yarosh. The Ukrainian press reports that Yarosh has accused Interior Minister Arsen Avakov of "counter-revolution" and has threatened an armed march on Kiev.  full story

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Ukraine: Neo-Nazis from Right Sector form Donbas battalion to handle pro-Russian separatists

Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, 26.4.2014 1:02, (ROMEA) Dmytro Yarosh, the leader of Ukraine's neo-Nazis, is organizing a "special Donbas battalion" in eastern Ukraine to take care of public order and confront the activities of pro-Russian separatists. Yarosh announced the news in Dnipropetrovsk on 24 April.  full story

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Ukraine: Police brutality targeting Romani people

Kiev, 27.3.2014 16:49, (ROMEA) At first, just like the vast majority of Ukrainians, Romani people in Ukraine experienced euphoria. They believed better times would come after the toppling of Yanukovych's thieving regime.  full story

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Ukrainian Interior Minister demands radicals disarm

Kiev/Rivne na Volyni, Ukraine, 26.3.2014 20:26, (ROMEA) Yesterday the Ukrainian Interior Ministry ordered all paramilitary organizations in the country to immediately lay down their arms. The move is a response to threats made by ultra-right radicals from the Right Sector group who have declared "war" on Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov for the recent death of one of the ultra-right's most brutal leaders, Oleksandr Muzychko.  full story

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Ukraine: Neo-Nazi leader shot dead during arrest

Kiev/Moscow, 25.3.2014 19:03, (ROMEA) Oleksandr Muzychko, also known as Sashka Bily ("Sasha White"), was killed last night in the town of Rivna na Volyni in northwestern Ukraine. The Ukrainian media first reported the case as one of murder and speculated that it might have been an action by "Russian diversionists" related to the international arrest warrant alleging that he murdered and tortured Russian captives in the Caucasus.  full story

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Ukraine: Neo-Nazi leader Yarosh tones down rhetoric ahead of elections

Kiev, 12.3.2014 18:07, (ROMEA) The leader of Ukraine's neo-Nazis, Dmytro Yarosh, is planning to run for president during the May elections. Ukrainian National News (UNN) reported the announcement last week.  full story

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Czech hooligans and neo-Nazis went to Kiev to fight

Kiev/Prague, 6.3.2014 19:40, (ROMEA) News server Novinky.cz reports that two football hooligans who are fans of Slavia Prague left the Czech Republic at the end of February heading for the center of anti-government unrest in the capital of Ukraine. They joined the neo-Nazi "Right Sector" movement in Kiev, which espouses the legacy of Stepan Bandera, a radical 20th-century fighter for Ukrainian independence.  full story

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Russia issues international arrest warrant for leader of Ukraine's "Right Sector"

Prague, 5.3.2014 18:43, (ROMEA) Russia has issued an international arrest warrant for the leader of the Ukrainian ultra-nationalist Right Sector movement, Dmytro Yarosh. Russian press agencies quoted a representative of Russia's Investigative Committee, Vladimir Markin, as announcing the news.  full story




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