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Ukrainian Archive investigates human rights violations in Ukraine through the data we archive, and research we conduct in Ukraine and internationally.
Attacks on cultural heritage
Investigation into Attacks on St. Michael the Archangel Cathedral in MariupolAugust 22, 2023
During the siege of Mariupol by Russian and Russian proxy forces from 24 February 2022 until 20 May 2022, the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel was severely damaged by artillery fire, collapsing one of the domes and leaving entry and exit holes in the walls.
attacks on public infrastructure
Investigation into Military Activity at Kyiv Oblast Psychiatric Hospital No.2 in Vorzel February-April 2022June 20, 2023
On 25 February 2022 Russian armed forces allegedly occupied Vorzel, a northwestern outer suburb of Kyiv. During their alleged occupation of the area, Russian forces used the hospital to house troops, and even reportedly set up fortified firing positions on the hospital grounds. Upon their retreat from Vorzel on 1 April 2022 it was discovered that the hospital had been thoroughly looted, heavily damaged, and mined.
Investigation into attack on Izium City Central HospitalFebruary 2, 2023
In early March of 2022 as Russian forces occupied northern Izium, Kharkiv oblast, a hospital in the Ukrainian-controlled part of the city was badly damaged by a direct hit from a munition.
Investigation into attacks on public infrastructure in ZhytomyrNovember 3, 2022
On the evenings of 01 March 2022 and 09 March 2022 civilian infrastructure, including hospitals, were damaged in two armed attacks on Zhytomyr. Multiple civilians were killed and over a dozen were wounded in the attacks.