The Deportation of the Crimean Tatars – 79 Years ago

18 May 2023  Source: Perm Centre for Historical Memory For the anniversary on 18 May, Aleksandr Murtazaev, a Memorial volunteer, talks about the deportation of Crimean Tatars and his own…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Ruslan Abdurakhmanov, convicted of participating in an illegal armed group, is a political prisoner

10 February 2023 Ruslan Abdurakhmanov was sentenced to five years in a strict regime penal colony for involvement in the Chelebidzhikhan Volunteer Battalion. Source: Political Prisoners. Memorial ‘Political Prisoners. Memorial,’…

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Aleksandr Podrabinek: From 1783 to our day – Russia has come for the Crimean Tatars again

17 April 2023 by Aleksandr Podrabinek Source: Vot-Tak.TV On 25 April, Russian security forces detained Crimean Tatar human rights activist Abdureshit Dzhepparov. Before doing so, they conducted a search of…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Yashar Shikhametov is a political prisoner

27 January 2023 Yashar Shikhametov, a resident of Crimea, has been sentenced to 11 years’ imprisonment for involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir Source: Political Prisoners. Memorial ‘Political Prisoners. Memorial,’ a human…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Crimean Tatar activist Ansar Osmanov is a political prisoner

15 December 2022 Ansar Osmanov faces terrorism charges on account of alleged involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir Source: Political Prisoners. Memorial The human rights project, ‘Political Prisoners. Memorial,’ in accordance with…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Three Crimean Tatars convicted of sabotage are political prisoners

13 January 2023 Nariman Dzhelyal, Asan Akhtemov and Aziz Akhtemov were sentenced to terms of imprisonment ranging from 13 to 17 years. The charges were fabricated, and during the investigation…

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‘Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Crimean resident Marlen Mustafaev, convicted of involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir, is a political prisoner

22 December 2022 Marlen Mustafaev has been sentenced to 17 years’ imprisonment Source: Political Prisoners. Memorial The human rights project ‘Political Prisoners. Memorial,’ in accordance with international standards, considers Crimean…

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Human Rights Project ‘Support for Political Prisoners. Memorial’: Three residents of Crimea, accused of involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir, are political prisoners

20 June 2022 According to investigators, a three-member terrorist cell was headed by a person with severe visual impairment Source: Human Rights Project 'Support for Political Prisoners. Memorial' The Human…

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Quote for the Week: “We demand that the Russian authorities stop their practice of not letting journalists carry out their professional duties” – National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

Week-ending 26 November 2021 “We demand that the Russian authorities stop their practice of detaining participants of peaceful gatherings and of not letting journalists carry out their professional duties. We…

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Person of the Week: detained Nariman Dzhelyal, First Deputy Head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, faces new charges

Week-ending 19 November 2021 Nariman Dzhelyal at the Crimea Platform inaugural meeting Photo facebook.com/ppu.gov.ua/photos via Human Rights in Ukraine Nariman Dzhelyal, First Deputy Head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis and…

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