Memorial Human Rights Centre: Vladimir Domnin, a Russian citizen charged with fighting in the Donbass on the side of Ukraine, is a political prisoner

13 March 2020 Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre We believe Domnin was in the zone of military conflict for a short time, did not take a direct part in the…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Three more Muslims, convicted for involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir, are political prisoners

2 March 2020 Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Almaz Usmanov, Zafar Yakubov and Danil Bagautdinov have been sentenced under terrorist articles of the Russian Criminal Code to terms in prison…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: One more leader of the Ingush protests is a political prisoner

25 February 2020 Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Bagaudin Khautiev has been charged with organising violence against public officials and participating in an extremist group. We believe Khautiev tried to…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Yulia Tsvetkova is a political prisoner

11 February 2020 Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Yulia Tsvetkova is being prosecuted because of her public stance and feminist views.Feminist and artist Yulia Svetkova, who lives in Komsomolsk-na-Amur, has…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Verdict in the Network case – where the impossible is the norm

11 February 2020  Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Seven people have been convicted by a military court in Penza in a case involving fabrication of evidence and torture. What does this…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Eleven residents of Crimea prosecuted for involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir are political prisoners

31 January 2020 On trial under terrorism articles of the Russian Criminal Code, they have not been charged with terrorism Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Memorial Human Rights Centre believes the…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Eduard Nizamov, claimed to be head of the Russian branch of Hizb ut-Tahrir, is a political prisoner

28 January 2020If convicted, Nizamov faces a possible life sentence Source: Memorial Human Rights Centre Eduard Nizamov has been charged with organising the activities of a terrorist group (Article 205.5, Section…

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Memorial Human Rights Centre: Are the amendments to the Constitution being unnecessarily imposed or are they much needed?

4 February 2020Statement by Memorial Human Rights CentreSource: Memorial Human Rights Centre Memorial Human Rights Centre supports the proposal by the Yabloko party to set up a working group of independent experts to…

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