News from Ukraine Bulletin 12 (15 September 2022)

News from the territories occupied by Russia:

Russian army seizes children’s library and bank with assets worth US$40,000 in Kherson (Ukrainska Pravda, September 14th)

Ukraine war: Accounts of Russian torture emerge in liberated areas  (BBC, September 13th)

The occupiers in Balakliia set up a prison, where they tortured people – National Police (Ukrainska Pravda, September 13th)

Near Luhansk, occupiers use hundreds of civilian cars to take their loot along – General Staff  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 13th)

Up to 200 Russian war crimes documented on liberated territories of Ukraine each day – General Staff  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 13th)

Bodies of more civilians murdered by the Russians found in liberated Kharkiv oblast village  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group –September 13th)

Russian invaders remove Ukrainian language and literature from schools (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group – September 13th)

First tortured victims exhumed after Ukraine drives Russian invaders out of Kharkiv oblast village  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group –September 12th)

Bodies of tortured civilians have been found in a village in liberated Kharkiv Oblast  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 12th)

More than 1,000 civilians have died in Izium and 80% of infrastructure is destroyed – city councillor  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 12th)

Body found in Bucha district bearing traces of execution (Ukrainska Pravda, September 9th)

Occupiers threaten to seize homes of Ukrainians who do not return by October – General Staff  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 8th)

Admission of guilt: Russia blocks international investigation of Olenivka mass killing of Ukrainian POWs  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group – September 7th)

Russian invader describes the situation in temporarily occupied Kherson  (War Translated, September 6th)

They were executed and burned: remains of two more residents tortured by the Russians found in Bucha (Ukrainska Pravda, September 5th)

Rigged Russian referendums: Putin’s plan to annex occupied areas (Opora, 5 September)

The banality of brutality: 33 days under siege in Block 17, Bucha, Ukraine  (Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, August 31st)

The banality of brutality: 33 days under siege in Block 17, Bucha, Ukraine  (Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, August 31st)

“We have orders to live here!” Luhansk faces Russia’s soft occupation (OpenDemocracy, 17th August)

News from Ukraine – general:

Ukrainian coal miners defy national protest ban to go on strike (OpenDemocracy, 14th September)

Unions strive to keep Ukraine’s mines running (New Politics, 12th September)

Occupiers attempted to flood Kryvyi Rih – Zelenskyy  (Ukrainska Pravda, September 14th)

Analysis and comment:

The war in Ukraine, six months on (OpenDemocracy, 24th August)

Eastern Europe’s Tragedy. How the spheres of influence policy amplifies reaction (Taras Bilous, Commons.com.ua, 11 August)

How to restore employment in Ukraine: an alternative proposal (Cross border talks, 10 August)

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