Censor.NET reports citing Avdet.
Commercial facilities of Crimean Tatar businessmen set on fire on the occupied peninsula - Human rights activists
As his relatives claim, he left home on Jan. 4, 2016, and is still missing. He was last seen on January 4 at the bus station in Simferopol. He was dressed in black jeans, white sneakers, and a brown jacket. If anyone has seen Ernest Abliazimov or knows his whereabouts, please call +7978-799-87-27.
Crimean Tatar homes in occupied Crimea raided, - Mejlis
The Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people regularly reports about the persecutions of the Russian special services against the Crimean Tatars for their pro-Ukrainian position. On Dec. 28, 2015, 25 so-called "Crimean Cossacks" led by "ataman" Yakovlev and his deputy Rokhman raided homes of the Crimean Tatars in Dolinka village, the Krasnoperekopsk district of Crimea.
Such actions of the Cossacks were caused by the fact that bus stops in several villages of the region, including Dolinka, had been decorated with the Ukrainian state symbols and crosswalks had been painted in yellow and blue, national Ukrainian colors.
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