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The renowned Russian human rights organization Memorial documents Soviet-era repression. DW visited what may be its last exhibition.
Russia claimed the move was a "goodwill gesture" to allow the export of Ukrainian agricultural products. Meanwhile, fighting intensified in Lysychansk, in the Donbas region. DW has the latest.
Russia uses the "foreign agent" label to mark NGOs and news outlets which receive funding and support from abroad. But activists say the law is routinely used to silence opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Ukrainian troops may retreat to avoid encirclement in Luhansk, the regional governor has said. Officials say Russia is striking Kharkiv in an attempt to divert troops from the key Donbas region.
Prosecutors accused Memorial International, the country's oldest human rights NGO, of distorting history while investigating crimes committed under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
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