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The Kremlin’s Loyal
Priests
FORENSICS
Oligarchs and the Battle
for Ukraine
INVESTIGATION
The Channel Episode 17
Ruslan's K...
PHOTO STORY
HOTSPOTS
We watch the crisis unfold
through one place that's caught
up in it
Our experts unpick documents
and ...
“I am ashamed,” the Russian said, before letting out the
longest and most elaborate profanity I have ever heard.
We were s...
“I am ashamed,” the Russian said, before letting out the
longest and most elaborate profanity I have ever heard.
We were s...
RUSSIAN LEVERAGE
FRAGMENTATION
HISTORY’S SHADOW
ECONOMY IN TURMOIL
FORENSICSDISPATCH
What the IMF
deal means
FORENSICS
The...
StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine
Story of the River
PHOTO STORY by Justyna Mielnikiewicz
JanuaryDecember Feb...
StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine
LibyaJapan
Militias on the Rise
372 days 279 days
Nuclar Fallout
Environmen...
StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine
Dawn in Herat
PHOTO STORY
StorylineCollectionsCurrentsAfganistan StorylineC...
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Natalia Antelava, CODA, Crisis Reporting, 13 June

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Natalia Antelava, CODA, Crisis Reporting, 13 June

  1. 1. stay on the story www.codastory.com @codastory
  2. 2. The Kremlin’s Loyal Priests FORENSICS Oligarchs and the Battle for Ukraine INVESTIGATION The Channel Episode 17 Ruslan's Kidnapping HOTSPOT Ukraine StorylineCollectionsCurrents January 2014 DecemberNovember February March April May June 12th June sequencetimeline Currents
  3. 3. PHOTO STORY HOTSPOTS We watch the crisis unfold through one place that's caught up in it Our experts unpick documents and speeches in the headlines A video diary that follows two individuals on contrasting sides of a crisis We invest time in high impact long-form stories in collaboration with local journalists Telling stories through data FIELD NOTES DISPATCHES HISTORY PODCAST ART STORY FORENSICS The Kremlin’s Loyal Priests SHOW All SHOW All SHOW All SHOW AllSHOW AllSHOW AllSHOW All SHOW All SHOW AllSHOW All Crimea referendum Gazprom gas pipeline bid What the IMF deal means Episode 17 Ruslan’s Kidnapping ACROSS THE LINES INVESTIGATION CRUNCH Owen Bennett-Jones discusses key episodes from the country's past with expert guests Intimate visual storytelling from international and local photographers Sketching scenes and characters of the crisis 7 pieces7 pieces7 pieces7 pieces 7 pieces 7 pieces7 pieces7 pieces7 pieces 7 pieces StorylineCollectionsCurrentsUkraine Episode 18 Who are the Masked Men? Episode 6 Waithing for Dasha’s pay check Episode 7 Election Day Ukraine in the World War The Famine of Holmodor The Crimean War Deportation of the Tatars by Coda sta by Abigail Fielding-Smith Potato Wars Oligarchs and the battle for ukraine by Ilan Greenberg Propaganda by Coda sta Moscow’s Mercenaries by Ilan Greenberg Marching Boots in Grozny by Natalia Antelava Torture in Luhansk by Thomas Marvel Losing Homeland by Justyna Mielnikiewicz The River by Natalia Antelava Away From Meidan by Natalia Antelava Field Hospital Guest writers o er unusual perspectives Episode 17 What the IMF deal means Episode 18 Crimea referendum Vivid reporting from the ground
  4. 4. “I am ashamed,” the Russian said, before letting out the longest and most elaborate profanity I have ever heard. We were standing in the warm Crimean sunshine on Sunday, next to a Ukrainian military base in Perevalnoe, DISPATCH by NATALIA ANTELAVA Ethnic Tensions Stir in Crimea JanuaryDecember February March April May June VIOLENCE Current
  5. 5. “I am ashamed,” the Russian said, before letting out the longest and most elaborate profanity I have ever heard. We were standing in the warm Crimean sunshine on Sunday, next to a Ukrainian military base in Perevalnoe, DISPATCH by NATALIA ANTELAVA Ethnic Tensions Stir in CrimeaJanuary 2014 DecemberNovember February March April May June 12th June NEXT Oligarchs PREVIOUS READING Ruslan’s Kidnapping Ethnic Tensions Stir VIOLENCE Current HOTSPOT DISPATCH INVESTIGATION 5 / 7 ECONOMY IN TURMOIL HISTORY’S SHADOW RUSSIAN LEVERAGE FRAGMENTATION VIOLENCEVIOLENCE
  6. 6. RUSSIAN LEVERAGE FRAGMENTATION HISTORY’S SHADOW ECONOMY IN TURMOIL FORENSICSDISPATCH What the IMF deal means FORENSICS The Deportation of the Tartars HISTORY PODCAST The Famine of Holmodor HISTORY PODCAST Ukraine in the Second World War The miners of Donetsk Episode 3 Dasha’s pay check Potato Wars ACROSS THE LINES CRUNCH Holmodor's legacy FIELD NOTES INVESTIGATION Moscow's mercenaries Gazprom's pipeline bid Marching Boots in Grozny FORENSICS Episode 17 Ruslan’s Kidnapping HOTSPOT DISPATCH INVESTIGATION Kremlin's priests INVESTIGATION Who's bankrolling the Donetsk Peoples Republic? Episode 7 Election day Crimea Referendum document ACROSS THE LINES FORENSICS FIELD NOTES Code-switching in Odessa Episode 17 Ruslan’s Kidnapping HOTSPOT Swedish far right VIOLENCE INVESTIGATION Episode 7 Election day ACROSS THE LINE Oligarchs and the Battle for Ukraine INVESTIGATION Ruslan’s Kidnapping HOTSPOT Ethnic Tensions Stir in Crimea DISPATCH Moscow's mercenaries INVESTIGATION The miners of Donetsk DESPATCH January 2014 DecemberNovember February March April May June 12th June sequencetimeline Currents
  7. 7. StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine Story of the River PHOTO STORY by Justyna Mielnikiewicz JanuaryDecember February March April May June FRAGMENTATION Current
  8. 8. StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine LibyaJapan Militias on the Rise 372 days 279 days Nuclar Fallout Environmental, economic and political fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is shaking Japan as victims struggle to make their voices heard. Since the Western-backed overthrow of brutal dictator Muammar al Gadaffi, Libya has fragmented in to a patchwork of increasingly assertive militias. Power Vacuum 267 days Afganistan The drawdown of American troops throughout 2014 leaves a security vacuum filled by warlords, radicals and a melange of foreign interests. Social Revolution 142 days Ukraine The turmoil following unleashed by the popular uprising against corrupt pro-Russian president is threatening to become a proxy war between Russia and the West. Turmoil and Proxy War StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine
  9. 9. StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsUkraine Dawn in Herat PHOTO STORY StorylineCollectionsCurrentsAfganistan StorylineCollectionsCollectionsCurrentsAfghanistan LibyaJapan Militias on the Rise 372 days 279 days Nuclear Fallout Environmental, economic and political fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is shaking Japan as victims struggle to make their voices heard. Since the Western-backed overthrow of brutal dictator Muammar al Gadaffi, Libya has fragmented in to a patchwork of increasingly assertive militias. Power Vacuum 267 days Afghanistan The drawdown of American troops throughout 2014 leaves a security vacuum filled by warlords, radicals and a melange of foreign interests. Turmoil and Proxy War 142 days Ukraine The turmoil following unleashed by the popular uprising against corrupt pro-Russian president is threatening to become a proxy war between Russia and the West.

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