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Alex Filonov Oct 21
Oleg stopped hunger strike under threat of forcefeeding. It's a threat of torture.
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SG 🇸🇻 🇭🇳 🇭🇹 Oct 19
Maybe, just maybe America's justice system isn't like Russia's where you get locked up for protesting foreign invaders. Maria was a sloppy spy, just like the last few that you have sent abroad, maybe time to retrain them??
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Monique v Ravenstein Oct 19
Just heard that prisoner of conscience Oleg Sentsov, despite his critical condition during and after his hunger strike, continues to work on the screening of his upcoming film ‘Numbers’ (based on his play of the same name.)
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Barbara Majsa 11h
We awarded the film , and then we also wanted to say something else while standing on the stage of the : !
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Team of ZinaPortnova Oct 19
Free All Political Prisoners in Russia
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EPP Group Oct 19
Oleg Sentsov has become the voice of Ukrainian political prisoners. His call for their freedom & justice is also a call for the respect of the values we all share in the EU. Discover why we decided to support his nomination for this year's 👇
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Уляна Супрун Oct 17
Work on the film adaptation of Oleg Sentsov's play “Numbers” has started with Akhtem Seitablaev as co-director (Cyborgs: Heroes Never Die). Oleg shared his vision in 50 letters sent during his 145-day hunger strike while in a Kremlin prison.
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Уляна Супрун Oct 15
The United States joins others in urging Russia to allow Ukraine’s Ombudswoman and independent medical personnel access to Oleh Sentsov, who ended his 145-day hunger strike to avoid being forcibly fed by his Russian jailers. US Mission
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Mari🎃So👻Scari💀 Oct 17
GET OUT OF brings death & destruction to , & everywhere else it goes
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CiLuna 5h
Today is his 1623rd day in prison & Oleg Sentsov was on hunger strike 145 days. He stopped his hunger strike 17 days ago, because he said he would be force-fed. He needs our support. Join me & urge to
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Stefan Oct 13
Toughest sanctions should be imposed on Russia by US &allies. Doing business &buying gas does not help at all to get Russia get out of . Please do what has to be done!
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PEN America Oct 18
Oleg Sentsov has been taken to the intensive care unit. According to his cousin Natalia Kaplan, his "liver, heart, brain, stomach, intestines have been affected" by his 145-day hunger strike.
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PEN America Oct 16
After Oleg Sentsov ended his nearly five-month hunger strike, “almost all [of] his organs are severely affected,” according to his cousin Natalya Kaplan.
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Festivalists Oct 20
Along with awarding Nikos Labôt's HER JOB (2018), the Youth Jury (and participants in the Warsaw Critics Project) at had something more to add
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Monique v Ravenstein Oct 19
During the 145 days of his hunger strike, Oleg Sentsov exchanged nearly 50 letters with film producer Anna Palenchuk, approving all kinds of details related to the film development. Akhtem Seitablayev will co-direct the film.
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Уляна Супрун Oct 16
Together with the whole world we demand to and
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Tim Peebles Oct 13
So Saudis will pay severely for murder...what then of your "frien" putin? UkrainiansInDonbasStill
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nico72om Oct 20
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Jennifer N Levin Oct 16
posters, banners & signs r plastered across Kiev, everywhere from institutions to private apt buildings. A Ukrainian filmmaker & political activist imprisoned by the Kremlin who went on hunger strike to bring attn to other political prisoners
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Stefan Oct 19
VIDEO explaining why journalist spent last 4 years covering the war in and what Ukrainians are fighting for.
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