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AmnestyInternational Aug 9
Our thoughts are with Ukrainian film director Oleg who is on the 88th day of hunger strike. Sentsov’s health is now 'catastrophically bad'. He feels like he’s "near the end." , immediately. He shouldn't die in prison!
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Juliette Zwaans Aug 13
After three months of hunger strike Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov is dying in a Russian prison for speaking out against the unlawful annexation of his native Crimea.
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Michael MacKay Aug 15
Oleg Sentsov is Putin's hostage. He was kidnapped by Russian terrorists over 4 years ago when Putin started his war against Ukraine. The Ukrainian filmmaker has been on hunger strike since May 14, demanding the release of all 70+ Ukrainian prisoners of conscience.
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PEN America Aug 11
Ukrainian filmmaker and writer Oleg Sentsov is now on day 90 of his hunger strike and is reportedly in critical condition. Here is what you can do to help demand his release:
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Alex Filonov 8h
I am posting this every day until something is done. Man is dying for nothing in Putin's prison.
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Ulkoministeriö Aug 13
FM : Health of Ukrainian film director Oleg in prison is deteriorating rapidly. We expect to provide him with medical treatment and to release all illegally detained Ukrainian citizens.
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Let My People Go_En Aug 16
3 Ukrainian political prisoners of the Kremlin are on hunger strike in Russian prisons 95 days: 151 days: 86 days:
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Sunday Times Foreign Aug 16
Hunger striker Oleg Sentsov's only crime was to oppose the occupation of Crimea, writes
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Andrea Kopylech Aug 10
We. Canadians. All global citizens must try harder to . He is in critical condition after 88 days on a hunger strike.
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Pavlo Klimkin Aug 10
It’s 89th day of Oleg Sentsov’s hunger strike.🇺🇦filmdirector imprisoned by Russia 4 more than 4 years. He is on the verge of life&death. As a human being and UA citizen I call everyone to support Oleg and urge Russia to . Solidarity has no end, but human life surely
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Уляна Супрун Aug 17
21 August will be Oleg Sentsov’s 100th day of his hunger strike. members will deliver messages of support from all over the world to the Russian Embassy in London. Send a message of support – via Aurelia.Dondo@pen-international.org or cat@englishpen.org
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PEN America Aug 16
Today marks day 95 of Oleg Sentsov's hunger strike demanding the freedom of all 64 Ukrainian political prisoners currently held in Russia. We call for his immediate and unconditional release.
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Edgars Rinkēvičs Aug 16
I call on Russia for immediate and unconditional release of unlawfully convicted Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov. His hunger strike lasting more than 90 days causes deep concerns for his health
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Polina Aug 15
Russia's Indifference to Two Political Prisoners Sends a Strong and Familiar Message
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Уляна Супрун 5h
To help Oleg Sentsov - speak out! Whanever you meet someone from Russia`s political or cultural establishment, say to them "We know what you did to Sentsov". Sentsov has been on a hunger strike for 97 days.
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Let My People Go_En 8h
Just now near Berlin: activists reminded German Chancellor Angela Merkel that Oleg Sentsov must be a key topic for her discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Matthew Robinson 15h
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chris wynnyk wilson Aug 17
Thank you to every single person and organization that posts in supportive of   Day 96  153 days 88 days
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Let My People Go_En Aug 17
On 21 August it will be 100 days of Oleg Sentsov's hunger strike. will hold a rally at Russian embassy in London & will deliver your letters to Oleg Sentsov - so send them in!
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Glasnost Gone Aug 17
Please keep the support coming. Because Russia's Botox loving, topless dictator doesn't like you reminding the world about him.
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