Ukrainian civilians vanish and languish in Russian-run jails


              In this handout undated photo provided by Tetiana Shkriabina, her son student Mykyta Shkriabin is seen during his tour across Europe in 2018. The student from northeastern Ukraine's Kharkiv region was detained by Russia's military in March and has been held ever since without charges or any legal proceedings. Since the war in Ukraine began, many civilians have been detained by Russian forces and are languishing in jails for months without charges as their relatives seek to find out what's happened to them. (Tetiana Shkriabina via AP)
            
              In this photo provided by public organization "Civilians in captivity", relatives of civilian prisoners attend an action in centre of Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022. Since the war in Ukraine began, many civilians have been detained by Russian forces and are languishing in jails for months without charges as their relatives seek to find out what's happened to them. (Civilians in captivity via AP)
            
              Alina Kapatsyna holds a poster that reads: "Bring back my mom from captivity," written in Ukrainian, in Dnipro, Ukraine, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023. Men in military uniforms took 45-year-old Vita Hannych away from her house in eastern Ukraine in April. Since the war in Ukraine began, many civilians have been detained by Russian forces and are languishing in jails for months without charges as their relatives seek to find out what's happened to them. (AP Photo/Hanna Arhirova)
            
              Alina Kapatsyna listens to the voice messages of her mother Vita Hannych that she had sent her before Russians took her into captivity, Dnipro, Ukraine, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023. Men in military uniforms took 45-year-old Vita Hannych away from her house in eastern Ukraine in April. Since the war in Ukraine began, many civilians have been detained by Russian forces and are languishing in jails for months without charges as their relatives seek to find out what's happened to them. (AP Photo/Hanna Arhirova)
            
              Alina Kapatsyna sits in a house in Dnipro, Ukraine, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023. Men in military uniforms took her mother 45-year-old Vita Hannych away from her house in eastern Ukraine in April. Since the war in Ukraine began, many civilians have been detained by Russian forces and are languishing in jails for months without charges as their relatives seek to find out what's happened to them. (AP Photo/Hanna Arhirova)
Ukrainian civilians vanish and languish in Russian-run jails