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MONITORING

03.09.2018

Blocking Ukrainian websites in Crimea: completely 11, and partially – 19 (monitoring)

The Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) monitored the blocking of websites in Crimea: Ukrainian information resources including the websites of major Ukrainian TV channels, in July – August 2018. The accessibility of the websites was checked through networks of seven different providers in six Crimean cities and towns: BelNet (town of Belogorsk), SevStar (city of Sevastopol), KST (city of Simferopol), Mechta (city of Simferopol), Borsportelecom...
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21.08.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in July 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in July...
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25.07.2018

Radio Broadcasting to Crimea from a New Ukrainian Tower Jammed By Russian Signal

These are findings of the Crimean Human Rights Group July 2018 monitoring....
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20.07.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in June 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in June...
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14.06.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in May 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in May...
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26.05.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in April 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in April...
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26.04.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in March 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in March...
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21.03.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in February 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in February...
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08.03.2018

At least 30 Ukrainian Internet sites are completely or partially inaccessible in Crimea, – monitoring

Crimean human rights group (CHRG) checked the accessibility of 30 Internet sites in Crimea. These are Ukrainian information resources, including websites of major Ukrainian TV channels. The monitoring took place in early March 2018 in Crimea. Site accessibility check was carried out with the help of networks of five different providers in five Crimean cities BelNet (Belogorsk), Sevstar (Sevastopol), AKS (Simferopol), Bosportelecom (Kerch),...
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08.02.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in January 2018

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in January...
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16.01.2018

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in December 2017

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in...
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22.12.2017

Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in November 2017

The Crimean Human Rights Group presents to your attention the Brief Review on the human rights situation in Crimea in November...
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