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Did the War End? Ep. 5: Inside Occupied Crimea - Resistance in the Face of Oppression

by Anastasiia Lapatina and Agatha Gorski and Catarina Buchatskiy June 30, 2022 4:38 PM 1 min read
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Since Russia illegally annexed and occupied Crimea in 2014, nearly all forms of dissent on the peninsula have been crushed.

Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has imposed a new layer of censorship as repressions have increased and ways of resisting have diminished.

In this episode of “Did the War End?” we talk to two locals, including a Crimean Tatar activist, about how life has changed in Crimea since Feb. 24.

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