Also by Sofia Sereda
December 14, 2022
Unborn Baby Saved By Prisoners' Scraps, Says Ukrainian Medic Held By Russians
A Ukrainian military medic who was pregnant when she was captured by Russian troops in Mariupol has spoken of her nearly six-month ordeal in captivity. Maryana Mamonova says she received little medical care and that her unborn baby only survived because other prisoners shared food with her.
November 26, 2022
Ukrainian Nobel Peace Prize Winner: War Crimes Are Part Of Russia’s War Culture
In an interview with RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service in Kyiv, Oleksandra Matviychuk, a lawyer, says that all crimes allegedly committed by Russian forces invading Ukraine have a systemic nature, but the world is not yet interested in ensuring justice.
November 24, 2022
War Crimes Are Part Of Russia's War Culture, Says Ukrainian Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Committing war crimes has become an integral part of how Moscow wages war and Kyiv shouldn't wait to bring alleged Russian perpetrators to justice, argues Oleksandra Matviychuk, head of the organization that jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize this year.
September 25, 2018
The KGB Stalked A Snap-Happy French Tourist For Eight Years. But Was He A Spy?
From 1955 until 1963, Soviet KGB agents constantly monitored French citizen Julien Galeotti as he made tourist excursions to the Soviet Union. They were convinced he was a spy aiming to discredit the socialist haven by photographing its seamier side.