Legal Case of the Week: Three Crimean Tatars sentenced to long terms in prison for membership of Hizb ut-Tahrir.

Week-ending 15 January 2021 Photo: Human Rights in Ukraine On 12 January 2021 the Southern Military Regional Court sitting in the city of Rostov-on sentenced Enver Omerov to 18 years,…

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Legal Case of the Week: Ukrainian citizen Valentin Vyhivsky now serving seventh year in Russian prison.

Week-ending 8 January 2021 Photo: Human Rights in Ukraine On 7 January 2020 Valentin Vyhivsky spent his seventh Orthodox Christmas in near solitary confinement, thousands of kilometres from his family…

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Legal Case of the Week: Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says reasonable grounds for believing war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Ukraine.

Week-ending 18 December 2020 Photo: Wikipedia The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, has found reasonable grounds for believing war crimes and crimes against humanity have been 'committed…

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Legal Case of the Week: Lenur Islyamov, owner of ATR Crimean Tatar television, sentenced to 19 years in prison in absentia

Week-ending 11 December 2020 Lenur Islyamov Photo Krym.org via Human Rights in Ukraine On 10 December 2020 the Supreme Court of Crimea sentenced Lenur Islyamov, owner of ATR Crimean Tatar…

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