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Aleksandr Cherkasov on post-Soviet wars: how to break the chain of impunity

Photo: Nikita Mouraviev 11 December 2022 by Aleksandr Cherkasov [a translation of an abbreviated version of Aleksandr Cherkasov's presentation at the 'Russian Realities' online conference] Source: Facebook [original source: O…

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Weekly Update [week-ending 9 December 2022]

https://www.rightsinrussia.org/donate-support-us/ Our publications from the past week https://www.rightsinrussia.org/ovd-info-283/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/ovd-info-on-foreign-agent-law/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/yashin-2/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/yashin/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/podrabinek-86/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/podrabinek-85/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/shlosberg-13/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/nikitinsky-38/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/support-for-political-prisoners-memorial-43/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/support-for-political-prisoners-memorial-44/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/cherfas-12/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/solonin/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/kogan-yasny-17/ https://www.rightsinrussia.org/cosgrove-153/

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OVD-Info lawyer Darya Korolenko analyses the new law on “foreign agents”

1 December 2022 Source: OVD-Info On 1 December the law “On Monitoring the Activities of Persons under Foreign Influence” came into force, as did numerous legislative amendments to the regulation…

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‘Fuel for despotism.’ Aleksandr Podrabinek on the list of resentments

7 December 2022 by Aleksandr Podrabinek   Source: Radio Liberty Nature has given the ordinary human being five senses. Soviet power, as the joke then went, brought out a sixth sense…

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OVD-Info Weekly Bulletin No. 283: Eight and a half years for a YouTube stream about Bucha

10 December 2022 OVD-Info is a Moscow-based NGO that monitors politically-motivated arrests and prosecutions in Russia. Each week OVD-Info publishes a bulletin with the latest news, which is translated here. To receive…

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Simon Cosgrove: A look back at the past week in Rusia [week-ending 9 December 2022]

11 December 2022 By Simon Cosgrove Simon is chair of Rights in Russia but writes these comments in a personal capacity and they may not necessarily represent the views of the…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Three Muslims from Lyantor in the  Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District are political prisoners

6 October 2022 Gamid Dataev, Artem Vatrya and Bekhruz Ganiev are facing trumped up charges of terrorism and also of possession of weapons and drugs. Source: Telegram The human rights…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Ten Muslims from Tiumen, sentenced to terms of imprisonment on charges of alleged involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir, are political prisoners

13 October 2022 Ten Muslims have been sentenced to terms of imprisonment ranging from 11 to 18 years on charges of terrorism, even though no evidence, even of incitement to…

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Teresa Cherfas reviews ‘Living Pictures’ by Polina Barskova

8 December 2022 By Teresa Cherfas Teresa Cherfas reviews Living Pictures by Polina Barskova, translated from the Russian by Catherine Ciepiela and with an introduction by Eugene Ostashevsky. Paperback 224pp ISBN-9781782277606 (Pushkin Press,…

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