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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was fighting in the War in Donbass against Russian forces when she was captured by pro-Russian separatists in 2014, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman in the Ukrainian military to be admitted to aviator training -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed during a mortar attack, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court, and went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was fighting in the War in Donbass against Russian forces when she was captured by pro-Russian separatists in 2014, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman in the Ukrainian military to be admitted to aviator training -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed during a mortar attack, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court, and went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant".tyrant" of a "Third World dictatorship". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was fighting in the War in Donbass against Russian forces when she was captured by pro-Russian separatists in 2014, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman in the Ukrainian military to be admitted to aviator training -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed during a mortar attack, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was fighting in the War in Donbass against Russian forces when she was captured by pro-Russian separatists in 2014, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman in the Ukrainian military to be admitted to aviator training -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed during a mortar attack, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; arrest, refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; court, and went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
25th May '16 2:41:35 PM 04tele
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman to be allowed to train as an aviator in the Ukrainian military -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was fighting in the War in Donbass against Russian forces when she was captured by pro-Russian separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, 2014, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman to be allowed to train as an aviator in the Ukrainian military to be admitted to aviator training -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, killed during a mortar attack, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
25th May '16 9:00:19 AM 06tele
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The [[note]]Although Savchenko is qualified to fly both the Su-24 bomber and the Mil-24 helicopter -- in fact, she's the first woman to be allowed to train as an aviator in the Ukrainian military -- she was serving as part of the Ukrainian ground forces when she was captured. The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said; became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said; became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament.said. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; swore at the judges in open court, called them "fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". All this made her a national hero in Ukraine, to the point where she even got elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament; needless to say, it made her ''wildly'' unpopular in Russia. In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
25th May '16 8:48:12 AM 06tele
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], swore at the judges in open court and called them "fascists". In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, arrest; refused to admit guilt or even recognise the court; went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, said; became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], swore at the judges in open court and court, called them "fascists"."fascists" and ''[[FlippingTheBird gave them]] [[http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/1CDB/production/_88878370_88877324.jpg the finger]]''. Oh yeah, and in her final statement to the court, she called Vladimir Putin a "petty tyrant". In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her ''back'' already."
25th May '16 8:31:29 AM 06tele
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], and called them "fascists" in open court. and then in May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her back already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], swore at the judges in open court and called them "fascists" in open court. and then in "fascists". In May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her back ''back'' already."
25th May '16 8:29:34 AM 06tele
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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists during the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and put on trial in Russia for murder. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], and called them "fascists" in open court. She was found guilty in March 2016, and then in May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her back already."

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* Ukrainian Army pilot [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadiya_Savchenko Nadiya Savchenko]] was captured by separatists in 2014 during the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, War in Donbass, and put on trial in Russia for murder.[[note]]The Russians alleged that she directed mortar fire in such a way that it killed two TV journalists. The journalists were undoubtedly killed, but unfortunately for the Russian case, mobile phone data suggests that Savchenko was captured an hour before the attack actually took place.[[/note]] She was found guilty in March 2016, and sentenced to 22 years in prison. While she was in detention, she repeatedly protested the legality of her arrest, went on hunger strike to prove that she meant what she said, became a national hero in Ukraine and managed to get elected in absentia to the Ukrainian parliament. She was repeatedly interrogated and placed in solitary confinement, and in response she wore a t-shirt in the courtroom with the Ukrainian state symbol on it; spoke only Ukrainian, not Russian; [[FlippingTheBird gave the judges the finger]], and called them "fascists" in open court. She was found guilty in March 2016, and then in May 2016 the Russians released her anyway as part of a prisoner swap, as if to say "Jesus, fine, have her back already."
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