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Russian court has blocked access to Ukrainian web-site Peacemaker 
15:13, 1 August 2016
Russian court has blocked access to Ukrainian web-site Peacemaker 

psb4ukr.org is now blocked on the territory of Russia

15:13, 1 August 2016

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Oktyabrsky district court of St. Petersburg, upon the application of the Prosecutor's Office has blocked access to Ukrainian web-site Peacemaker, which makes public the information about fighting on the territory of Donbas, including representatives of Mass Media.

See also: Prosecutor General's Office to question Yanukovych in Russia

"The claim of the prosecutor's office was satisfied. Access to the web-site is blocked on the territory of the Russian Federation", - informational agency Rosbalt reported with reference to the press service of the court. 

Earlier, the prosecutor's office of St. Petersburg announced that Peacemaker website made public with free access a list of Russian citizens who, according to the source administration, took part in the fighting on the territory of Ukraine. In this regard, the prosecutor's office appealed to the court to restrict access to the information on the site.

Earlier, Peacemaker site activists presented an interactive map, which allowed to track location of 3200 Russian fighters in the real time, fighting against Ukraine in the Donbas.

See also: Donbas: Avdiivka under fire from Minsk-banned artillery

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