Tag: Pavel Sheremet

5 Ukrainian Soldiers WIA; 2 Civilians Killed, 1 Injured; Crimean Tatars Mark 73rd Anniversary of Deportation

May 18, 2017

Five Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in battle today. Yesterday, 2 civilians were killed and one wounded in separatist-held Krutaya Balka.

1 Ukrainian Soldier KIA, 2 WIA; 2 Killed, 1 Injured from Mine; 1 Dies of Sniper’s Shot in April

May 10, 2017

Ukraine Day 1178: LIVE UPDATES BELOW. One Ukrainian soldier was killed near Slavne by a UID and 9 wounded; 1 civilian woman was wounded near the front line and separatists reported 3 more civilians injured. Yesterday’s coverage of the Ukraine conflict can be found here. READ OUR SPECIAL REPORT: An Invasion By Any Other Name: […]

List of Kremlin-Linked Deaths Since Nemtsov’s Murder Continues to Lengthen

March 2, 2017

US-based Russian journalist Kseniya Kirillova recalls Aleksandr Shchetinin, the Russian-Ukrainian journalist behind the site Novy Region-2 who died in mysterious circumstances the day before Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was killed, and others who have died in the intervening period in what appear to be somewhat mysterious circumstances.

Kremlin Divided Only On When to Begin Full-Scale War With Ukraine, Sheremet Says

November 19, 2014

Staunton, November 19 – There are “no influential forces in the Kremlin now” calling for peace in Ukraine or with Russia’s other neighbors, independent Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet says. There are only various groups calling for war and differing only on when, where and how to carry out a full-scale war with Ukraine. In a […]

Ukrainian War Allowed Russian Journalists to Ignore Their Complicity With Putin Regime

August 26, 2014

Staunton, August 24 – Before Ukraine, many Russian TV journalists were ashamed of their willingness to conform to Kremlin guidelines but justified it by their mortgages and family responsibilities, Pavel Sheremet says. But the Ukrainian war has allowed them to see themselves not as “petty propagandists and cowards” but instead as “defenders of the Russian […]