The Russian government published an 80-page report on Monday detailing "widespread and gross human rights violations" in Ukraine over the past six months for which it blamed the new government and its Western allies.
With Kiev and the West
accusing Moscow of sowing unrest in order to extend control of its
ex-Soviet neighbor after the annexation of Crimea, the report, published
online in English, was the latest salvo in an information war in which Russia
says its adversaries are Ukrainian fascists who took power in a coup
against the Kremlin-backed elected president, Viktor Yanukovich.