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· December, 2015

Stories about Ukraine from December, 2015

23 December 2015

The Bridge From Russia to Crimea Doesn't Exist Yet, But It Already Has an Instagram Account

RuNet Echo

Cats can help improve your bridge construction project's social media strategy, especially if you need to draw attention away from how slow and expensive your project is.

22 December 2015

Massive LiveJournal Troll Network Pushes Pro-Kremlin Narratives

RuNet Echo

An in-depth analysis of Twitter bots' metadata reveals connections to Russian "troll factories" and a vast network of pro-Kremlin LiveJournal blogs populating RuNet with propagandistic content.

14 December 2015

Activists Take to the Top of Lviv City Hall to Highlight Human Rights in Ukraine

RuNet Echo

Ukrainian civic activists climbed to the very top of Lviv City Hall to read aloud the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and raise awareness of International Human Rights Day.

8 December 2015

Spot All the New Urban Murals in Kyiv With This Handy Interactive Map

RuNet Echo

Hunting down new street art and murals in Ukraine's capital has just gotten easier, with a new interactive map listing most of the locations of recent artworks.

7 December 2015

Herein Lie the Secrets of Geolocation

RuNet Echo

This guide will provide instruction on using satellite images, with a focus on historical imagery, and available street-level imagery accessible for Russian and Ukrainian cities.

5 December 2015

On Volunteer Day, Ukrainians Honor Grassroots Efforts with a Social Media Campaign

RuNet Echo

Ukrainians marked International Volunteer Day with an online campaign thanking volunteers for their work during the crisis in the country.

4 December 2015

Natalia Antonova: Journalist and Playwright Caught Between Russia, Ukraine, and the West

RuNet Echo

Global Voices speaks to journalist and playwright Natalia Antonova about the complexities of working with mixed identity and politics in Russia and Ukraine.

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