Some in Kharkiv see Ukrainian government as 'illegitimate' and will not vote in Sunday's presidential elections. Pro-European demonstrations born in on Kiev's Independence Square - known as the Maidan protests - were copied in the country's second-largest city, but the crowds were never more than about people. In contrast, a sprawling pro-Russian protest camp occupied the central square in with Russian flags on display. There were fears that restrictions would be introduced, the Russian language would be banned and fascism would start," he told Al Jazeera. In , Borodovka, who wrote critical articles about the Maidan protests, was arrested for undermining the territorial unity of Ukraine.
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The starring character of the first would-be blockbuster produced in the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic" "DPR" for the money given by the Kremlin — "Opolchenochka" "Militia Woman" — has defected from the quasi-republic to Ukraine and is even ready to testify in the International Criminal Court in The Hague about all war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine's east. Tyzhden TV program said in an exclusive report on Sunday evening. The plot is not sophisticated — three women create a tank crew under the flag of 'Novorossiya' and defeat savage "ukrys" [a derogatory word for a Ukrainian widely used by pro-Russian forces in Donbas]. The tank commander's nom de guerre is "Veterok" "Breeze," "Spirit". Her real name is Svitlana Dryuk.