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Life under occupation (infographics)

October 14, 2014

Life of Crimean Tatars under occupation

Life under occupation (infographics)

Russian soldiers entered Crimea promising to locals that their life would get better on the peninsula. Just in several weeks there was pseudo-referendum and Crimean peninsula became Russian.

It soon became clear that Russian occupation brought no good for Crimean Tatars. For more that six months that the peninsula has been occupied by Russia, it brought Crimean Tatars nothing but persecution, murder, kidnapping and restrictions. Crimean Tatars suffer in their native land and speak of possibility of another deportation.


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