A mural in Zaporizhzhia picturing Nadiya Savchenko from the days she was in Russian prison during 2014-2016 was plastered over by an advertisement of a law firm when she was detained on accusation of plotting a coup and terrorist act within the Ukrainian parliament in March 2018.
A Ukrainian pilot detained in Russia since 2014 has made a triumphant return home following a prisoner swap that saw her traded for two Russians. Nadiya Savchenko was met by Ukraine’s president at Kiev’s Borispol airport, where she made a passionate speech sarcastically thanking those “who had
Nadia Savchenko, a Ukrainian lieutenant, participated, as a volunteer, in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in eastern Ukraine. She was kidnapped by terrorists from the Lugansk People’s Republic and transferred to Russia.
Letter from the Minister for Europe, David Lidington MP to Nadia Savchenko on the anniversary of her detention and Ms Savchenko's reply.
Savchenko is currently an independent politician and her activity sparks much controversy – she faces accusations of working in favor of the pro-Russian elites and having insufficient experience. The photographs present the demonstration of support for Nadia Savchenko in Kiev, March 2016. pl - en.
Nadia Savchenko, a former Ukrainian military pilot now a member of Ukrainian parliament has accused the highest echelons of the current Kiev regime of deploying snipers during those fateful days on the Maidan, to target both protestors and police. I saw the current speaker of parliment bring snipers to the hotel, those people are in parliment now.
Former Ukrainian fighter pilot Nadiya Savchenko tells Kirsty Wark how she believes the rest of the world should view Putin: "And how did the world view Hitler? I think the civilized world cannot view positively a person who has an appetite to seize the whole world." Newsnight is the BBC's flagship news and current affairs TV ...
L'inquiétude grandit autour du sort de Nadia Savchenko. La jeune Ukrainienne de 33 ans, emprisonnée en Russie aurait perdu 17 kg, après deux mois de grève de la faim, seulement alimentée avec de l'eau et du glucose. Emprisonnée en Russie depuis huit mois Nadia Savchenko, pilote d'hélicoptère, a été arrêtée par les ...
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Savchenko turned to pairs at age 13, saying "I saw the other skaters doing it and I wanted to do it myself. I liked all the acrobatic things like lifts and twists and throws." Savchenko and her first partner, Dmytro Boyenko, were coached by Olexander Artychenko, and represented Ukraine under the auspices of the club Dynamo Kiev.