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Russia’s Deadly War on Journalists

, 31 May 2022
The horrifying reports of journalists being deliberately targeted by Russian forces in Ukraine form part of Putin's and his allies' long war against the press, Sian Norris reports

‘I Do Not Even Know What Justice Is For Me’

, 23 May 2022
Ignatius Ivlev-Yorke and Chris York meet the widow of a man killed in cold blood by a Russian soldier given a life sentence by a Ukrainian court

Disaster Capitalism in Ukraine

, 20 May 2022
A number of dominant agricultural commodity traders are set to make big money thanks to Russia’s invasion, reports Dimitris Dimitriadis

‘Where Would We Go?’ How Ukraine’s Elderly Survive the Onslaught of War

, 16 May 2022
With one in four Ukrainians over the age of 60, Natalie Vikhrov documents the suffering of the elderly during the siege of the country's second-biggest city Kharkiv

EXCLUSIVE Ukrainian Child Refugees in Limbo as Visa Applications Deferred

, 12 May 2022
Sasha has been waiting two months for his visa to come to the UK – but new rules say children travelling without their parents are only eligible under the Homes for Ukraine scheme if reuniting with a parent or legal guardian in the UK

Putin at War: Claiming De-Nazification, Reviving Antisemitism

, 11 May 2022
The Russian President’s Victory Day Speech and his Foreign Minister’s comments suggest of a fully-fledged antisemitic ideology is rearing its head in Russia

War in Ukraine: What Happens Next?

, 10 May 2022
Kyiv-based Paul Niland considers how Vladimir Putin’s invasion will play out in the wake of significant losses by the Russians across Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE The Forgotten Russia Report of 2008: How Ukraine is Paying the Price for Our Catastrophic Mistakes

, 9 May 2022
Fourteen years ago, Andrew Levi briefed the Labour Foreign Secretary on the dangers of Putin’s Kremlin. Now the terrifying predictions of that report have been vindicated, it is vital to reckon with our failures

EXCLUSIVE Inside the Fight Against the Human Trafficking ‘Sweet Shop’ on Ukraine’s Border

, 6 May 2022
A disturbing investigation by Chris York finds that war in Ukraine is another business opportunity for human traffickers

Boris Johnson has Not Been a ‘Great War Leader’

, 4 May 2022
The claim that the Prime Minister has shown Churchillian solidarity with Ukraine does not stand up to scrutiny, says Sam Bright

The Massacre of Bucha: Overcoming the Trauma of Russian Occupation

, 3 May 2022
After hundreds were murdered in their town, Ukrainian residents are turning to anti-depressants, alcohol, religion and ultimately to community to process the horror of what happened

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