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Crimea: Farewell Sevastopol

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Russia's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula means the local population has to abide by Russian laws...

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Crimée L’adieu à Sébastopol. Zoomer Magazine. Images by Misha Friedman. Crimea, 2014.

Editor's note: This story was published by Amnesty International, France, Dec. 2014. The project referenced is "Crimea: Human Toll" by Pulitzer Center grantee Misha Friedman. Friedman chronicles the lives of Boghdan, 35, who is Ukrainian and his Russian partner Yegor, 41, a gay couple as they prepare to leave Crimea following Russia's annexation. Both receive homophobic threats and worry about a continued right to custody of their adopted child.

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