Minorities and activists in Russian-annexed Crimea are increasingly feeling unwelcome in their own home.
What You Need To Know:
✓ Russia illegally annexed Crimea in March, a move widely condemned by the international community;
✓ Crimean Tatars, the peninsula’s indigenous population, opposed Russia’s actions from the beginning;
✓ International attention towards the region has largely faded in light of the fighting in eastern Ukraine and other matters of international importance;
✓ Repression towards Crimea’s minority communities has increased since the annexation, as noted by activists and international organizations;
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