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Day 1116: March 9, 2017
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The Interpreter
@Interpreter_Mag
Russian-to-English translation journal, with original analysis and commentary on Russia's foreign & domestic policy.
Interpreter_Mag
Ukraine Submits to World Court Allegations that Russian Citizen Organized Attack on Volnovakha in January 2015
5 years
A Significant Drop In Ceasefire Violations
Ukrainian Soldier Shoots Sniper Near Industrial Zone Who Turns Out To Be Russian Citizen
In four days of hearings at the International Court of Justice, known as the World Court, Ukraine has been presenting its case against Russia under international treaties against discrimination and the financing of terrorism.

According to a Liga.net report, Dmitry Storozhuk, deputy general prosecutor, announced today at a briefing that Ukrainian investigators had determined that a Russian citizen whose last name was Sinelnikov, who had helped organized armed attacks on Ukraine and led militants himself, along with a Ukrainian citizen whose last name was Shpakov, were responsible for the attack on a civilian van that led to 11 civilian deaths.

In January 2017, Ukraine submitted its suit against Russia for mistreatment of Crimean Tatars and other minorities in Russian-occupied Crimea, and for funding illegal armed groups of separatists. Currently, Ukraine seeks an injunction from the judge ordering Russia to cease its violations, pending examination of the case, which may take years.

-- Catherine A. Fitzpatrick