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Hunger strike Ukraine pilot 'being transferred' to Russian hospital

Ukrainian airforce officer Nadiya Savchenko inside a defendant's cage at the Basmanny district court in Moscow on March 26, 2015Jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko has resumed her hunger strike and is withering away, her lawyer said on Monday, adding that authorities planned to transfer her to a Russian civilian hospital. Lawyer Nikolai Polozov said that Savchenko, who had already lasted for more than 80 days without food before halting her hunger strike last month, has again been refusing food since last week. The Ukrainian military flyer, who will be 34 next month, first went on hunger strike in December to protest her arrest last year for alleged involvement in an attack that killed two Russian journalists on eastern Ukraine’s frontlines.

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