Wednesday, 28 June 2017

28 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 28 June 2017 - Russian activist Dadin seeks to increase compensation for unlawful prosecution / St. Petersburg court detains Hizb ut-Tahrir alleged member / Detention of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executive upheld / Russia’s Federation Council Approves Plan To Raze Soviet-Era Apartment Blocks / Jury Deliberations Suspended In Case Of Accused Nemtsov Killers / Noted Russian Defense Lawyer Balks At Moscow Law School's Tribute To Stalin / Russian upper house backs bill on blocking mirror websites / Russian Senators Threaten Ban Foreign Media Clampdown / Family of Bekmurzaev, detained in Chechnya, unaware of his whereabouts  



28 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Zoya Svetova: Time for the Brave [Radio Svoboda]

Zoya Svetova: Time for the Brave [Radio Svoboda] - Rights in Russia

Simon Cosgrove: European Court of Human Rights rules on 'gay propaganda' legislation in Russia - Blog on Rights in Russia

European Court of Human Rights rules on 'gay propaganda' legislation in Russia - Rights in Russia

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

27 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 27 June 2017 - Jury Deliberating In Trial Of Accused Nemtsov Killers / Convicted Of Defamation, Former Kursk Oblast Lawmaker Remains Undaunted / United by persecution, Crimean Tatars celebrate National Flag Day  



27 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Igor Kochetkov: Human rights through the prism of the LGBT movement [Cogita]

Igor Kochetkov: Human rights through the prism of the LGBT movement [Cogita] - Rights in Russia

Monday, 26 June 2017

Weekly Update No. 25 (258) 26 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 25 (258) 26 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

26 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

#NewsoftheDay 26 June 2017 - Russia targets Telegram app after St Petersburg bombing / Is the End Near for Telegram in Russia? / Moscow court approves settlement between Rosneft and RBC in defamation lawsuit / Russian court suspends activity of "Polish Community" Association / Probe into another participant of Moscow unauthorized rally completed / Historians associate prosecution of Ruslan Gvashev with ignorance of Adyg customs / On June 19-25, 2017, two persons fell victim to armed conflict in Northern Caucasus / Zhalaudi Geriev's complaint filed to ECtHR / Two persons killed in shootout in Khasavyurt  



26 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Russian LGBT Network - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Russian LGBT Network - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Denis Bakholdin - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Denis Bakholdin - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Bayev and Others v. Russia [ECtHR] - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Bayev and Others v. Russia [ECtHR] - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes one more defendant in the ‘Case of 26 March’ - Dmitry Krepkin – as a political prisoner

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes one more defendant in the ‘Case of 26 March’ - Dmitry Krepkin – as a political prisoner - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes seven people convicted in two ‘Hizb ut-Tahrir’ cases in Kazan as political prisoners

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes seven people convicted in two ‘Hizb ut-Tahrir’ cases in Kazan as political prisoners - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes one more participant in the ‘Don’t Call Him Dimon’ protest - Aleksandr Shpakov – as a political prisoner

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes one more participant in the ‘Don’t Call Him Dimon’ protest - Aleksandr Shpakov – as a political prisoner - Rights in Russia

Valentina Cherevatenko: We have been labelled a “foreign agent” for our peacekeeping activities [Don News]

Valentina Cherevatenko: We have been labelled a “foreign agent” for our peacekeeping activities [Don News] - Rights in Russia

Ilya Novikov on what you should do if you are detained at a demonstration [Ekho Moskvy]

Ilya Novikov on what you should do if you are detained at a demonstration [Ekho Moskvy] - Rights in Russia

Ilya Novikov on what you should do if you are detained at a demonstration [Ekho Moskvy]

Ilya Novikov on what you should do if you are detained at a demonstration [Ekho Moskvy] - Rights in Russia

Criminal charges brought against rights defender Valentina Cherevatenko under "foreign agent" law [VoA]

Criminal charges brought against rights defender Valentina Cherevatenko under "foreign agent" law [VoA] - Rights in Russia

Martin Dewhirst reviews Gleb Morev's 'Dissidenty: dvadtsat' razgovorov' [Dissidents: Twenty Conversations]

Martin Dewhirst reviews Gleb Morev's 'Dissidenty: dvadtsat' razgovorov' [Dissidents: Twenty Conversations] - Rights in Russia

Appeals broadcast in support of Yury Dmitriev by writer Dmitry Bykov and musician Boris Grebenshchikov

Appeals broadcast in support of Yury Dmitriev by writer Dmitry Bykov and musician Boris Grebenshchikov - Rights in Russia

Friday, 23 June 2017

OVD-Info: Russian protesters face pepper spray and torture in detention

OVD-Info: Russian protesters face pepper spray and torture in detention - Rights in Russia

23 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 23 June 2017 - Alexei Navalny barred from Russia presidential poll / 'I Had to Breathe Through My Clothes': Russian Police Pepper-Sprayed Protesters in a Cell / State Duma passes bill on blocking mirror websites / Russian media watchdog warns Telegram of potential block / Founder of Russian Messaging App Defies Official Ultimatum / Crimean Tatars face 10-year sentences for refusal to testify against innocent men / Moscow City Court upholds verdict on compulsory medical treatment for Maxim Panfilov / Resident of Chechnya detained for killing three law enforcers in 2000  



23 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Thursday, 22 June 2017

22 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 22 June 2017 Russian Duma Approves Bill To Protect Top Officials' Personal Data / Jury Deliberations Postponed In Trial Of Accused Nemtsov Killers / Moscow court upholds compulsory treatment of Bolotnaya activist Panfilov /Russian government files new bill regulating NGO activity / Rizvan Ibragimov claims his prosecution initiated by law enforcers / Russian FSB ‘Expert’ in trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov doesn’t know the language / Crimean Tatar Leader Umerov's Trial Resumes In Simferopol / Journalist turns to police after being beaten in North Ossetia  



22 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

21 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 21 June 2017 Trial Of Crimean Journalist Semena Adjourned Until July / Activist Flees Crimea Fearing For Safety / Russian Regions Slash Cancer Spending Amid Rising Costs / State Duma passes bill regulating Federal Guard Service’s activities / Russia gives imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz 10 minutes with his dying mother / Putin critic living in Ukraine seized, tortured and jailed in Russia / Chechen publicist Rizvan Ibragimov sentenced to 2.5 years of conditional imprisonment / Activists report about arrest of organizer of protest walks in Krasnodar / Advocate of Nemtsov's family urges Kadyrov to acknowledge his guilt  



21 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

20 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 20 June 2017 Imprisoned Crimean Tatar Allowed To See Dying Mother, Lawyer Says / Russian 'gay propaganda' law ruled discriminatory by European court / ECtHR rule exposes homophobic nature of Russian “gay propaganda law” / Crimean Jehovah’s Witnesses told to renounce their faith or serve in occupiers’ army /
Former Director Of Moscow's Gogol Center Theater Detained In Embezzlement Case / Russian convicted of ‘incitement’ for reposting criticism of Russia’s war against Ukraine / Over 50 Chechen gays get help from "Russian LGBT Network" / Court upholds sentence given to Russian Press Agency’s ex-head for extremism / Coordinator of Alexei Navalny's office in Rostov accused of repeated violation of rules for holding actions / Sentence given to Moscow unauthorized rally participant takes effect
 



20 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Simon Cosgrove: Police break up peaceful protests in Russia - Blog on Rights in Russia

Simon Cosgrove: Police break up peaceful protests in Russia - Rights in Russia

Valentina Cherevatenko: We have been labelled a “foreign agent” for our peacekeeping activities [Don News]

Valentina Cherevatenko: We have been labelled a “foreign agent” for our peacekeeping activities [Don News] - Rights in Russia

Monday, 19 June 2017

Weekly Update No. 24 (257) 19 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 24 (257) 19 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

19 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 19 June 2017 Sentence given to Moscow unauthorized rally participant takes effect / Russian Ministry of Justice proposes to extend jury trials to more cases / On June 12-18, there were no victims of armed conflict in Northern Caucasus / 40 people come to picket "Shame to Rosgvardia!" in Rostov-on-Don / Residents of Nalchik oppose erection of monument to Kalmykov / Rostov-on-Don housing shareholders state authorities are not ready for dialogue  



19 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes Yury Kuly, who took part in the ‘Don’t Call Him Dimon’ protest, as a political prisoner

Memorial Human Rights Centre recognizes Yury Kuly, who took part in the ‘Don’t Call Him Dimon’ protest, as a political prisoner - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre considers mathematician Dmitry Bogatov a political prisoner

Memorial Human Rights Centre considers mathematician Dmitry Bogatov a political prisoner - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: OVD-Info - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: OVD-Info - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Aleksei Navalny - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Aleksei Navalny - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Dinar Idrisov - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Dinar Idrisov - Rights in Russia

A quota for killings, 1938: Arrest 5,000 more, and shoot 60% - Rights in Russia

A quota for killings, 1938: Arrest 5,000 more, and shoot 60% - Rights in Russia

Who is Yury Dmitriev - and why does he face 15 years' imprisonment? - Rights in Russia

Who is Yury Dmitriev - and why does he face 15 years' imprisonment? - Rights in Russia

Sergei Davidis on the "March 26" case: A new “Bolotnaya” for Navalny’s supporters - HRO.org in English

Sergei Davidis on the "March 26" case: A new “Bolotnaya” for Navalny’s supporters - Rights in Russia

Week-ending 16 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Week-ending 16 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Friday, 16 June 2017

16 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 16 June 2017 Moscow Court Cuts Navalny's 30-Day Jail Term To 25 / Two Russian Opposition Activists Flee To Ukraine / Oligarch Buys Independent Russian News Outlet RBC / Dinar Idrisov receives administrative sentence / Teenager put under house arrest in relation to clash with police at June 12 rally / Russian high school history teacher is fired after attending June 12 anti-corruption protest / 18 months forced psychiatric treatment for opposing Russia’s war against Ukraine / Russian sentenced to 5 years’ imprisonment for defending Ukraine / Organizer of anti-corruption rally in Makhachkala avoids administrative punishment / Court ignores defendants' fears about seizure of documents in Boris Nemtsov's murder case  



16 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

1,700 people detained at Russia’s anti-corruption protests [OVD-Info]

1,700 people detained at Russia’s anti-corruption protests [OVD-Info] - Rights in Russia

Thursday, 15 June 2017

15 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 15 June 2017 Chechen Authorities Say Charge Against Amriyev Dropped / "Novaya Gazeta": power agents demand from Amriev to plead guilty / Russia Bars Imprisoned Crimean Tatar From Seeing Dying Mother / Russian Activist Fined After Reading Constitution On Red Square / Russian Elections Chief Says 'Practically No Chance' Navalny Can Get On Presidential Ballot / Chechen villagers report young people's detentions / Organizer of anticorruption rally detained in Makhachkala / Reuters: two gays from Chechnya report about detentions and torture / Russia: Police humiliate and mistreat hundreds of detained peaceful protesters  



15 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

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Andrei Kalikh: "Corruption has become much more complex than mere bribery" [OpenDemocracy]

Andrei Kalikh: "Corruption has become much more complex than mere bribery" - Rights in Russia

Anastasia Zotova speaks at London's Pushkin House [from 20 April 2017]

Agora reports on increase of censorship in Russia following conflict with Ukraine

Agora reports on increase of censorship in Russia following conflict with Ukraine - Rights in Russia

Lev Pomomarev on Torture, on Housing Demolition [Radio Sol]

Lev Pomomarev on Torture, on Housing Demolition [Radio Sol] - Rights in Russia

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

14 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 14 June 2017 St. Petersburg Ombudsman Says City Authorities Provoked Protests / Russian Court Turns Down Request Of Navalny's Jailed Brother To Mitigate Sentence / Russian MPs back Moscow demolition project despite protests / Russian Lawmakers Approve Plan to Relocate 1.6 Million Muscovites / Protesters Detained As Duma Approves Moscow Demolitions / State Duma passes bill banning anonymous messenger accounts in first reading / UN rights watchdog stops Ukraine from extraditing asylum seeker to Russia / Health Concerns for Ukrainian Serving Insane Sentence as Russia’s Revenge for Maidan / Crimean Journalist Hopes To Steer Trial Away From 'Politics' / Zhalaudi Geriev celebrates his birthday behind bars / Police release activist Bagomed Bagomedov detained at rally in Makhachkala / Counter Terrorism Operatiion regime cancelled in two districts of Dagestan / Interview: Why World Cup Rights Work in Russia Is No Game / Red Card  



14 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

13 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 13 June 2017 - Russia Criticized For Detaining More Than 1,500 Anticorruption Protesters / Chechen Man Sentenced For Politkovskaya's Murder Dies In Prison / Disgraced EuroMaidan Special Forces Reappear at Moscow Protests / Russian activist Belousov seeks reversal of judgment in Bolotnaya riot case / Russia protests: Opposition leader Alexei Navalny sentenced / In Makhachkala, "Caucasian Knot" correspondent attacked at rally of Alexei Navalny's supporters / Makhachkala residents state that policemen disrupted anti-corruption rally. / In Sochi, police disperse action of Alexei Navalny's supporters #RightsinRussia



13 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Monday, 12 June 2017

12 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 12 June 2017 Russia protests: Hundreds detained at opposition rallies / Russia: Mass arrests tighten authorities’ stranglehold on freedom of expression / Russia refuses to let imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader see his gravely ill mother / Poison in the System - the case of Aleksandr Perepilichnyy / Pyotr Zaikin: Murad Amriev's refusal of legal aid not related to jurisprudence / Rights defenders explain Amriev's statements as compromise with Chechen law enforcers / Murad Amriev says his rights are observed in Chechnya / Amriev rejects advocate Zaikin / Russia puts Historian of the Soviet Terror on Trial / State Duma committee backs bill banning anonymous messenger accounts  



12 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 23 (256) 12 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 23 (256) 12 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

One more anti-corruption protester arrested in Moscow [OVD-Info]

One more anti-corruption protester arrested in Moscow [OVD-Info] - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Murad Amriev - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Murad Amriev - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Church of Scientology - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Church of Scientology - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Rus Sidyashchaya ['Russia Behind Bars'] - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Rus Sidyashchaya ['Russia Behind Bars'] - Rights in Russia

Ivan Pavlov on the conviction of Natalia Sharina, ex-director of the Library of Ukrainian Literature [Radio Svoboda]

Ivan Pavlov on the conviction of Natalia Sharina, ex-director of the Library of Ukrainian Literature [Radio Svoboda] - Rights in Russia

Karinna Moskalenko: Aleksei Pichugin’s Sentence Has Zero Legitimacy

Karinna Moskalenko: Aleksei Pichugin’s Sentence Has Zero Legitimacy - Rights in Russia

On the prosecution of human rights activist Valentina Cherevatenko - HRO.org in English

On the prosecution of human rights activist Valentina Cherevatenko - Rights in Russia

Zoya Svetova: The Case of Yury Dmitriev and the Dragon from the Great Terror [Open Russia]

Zoya Svetova: The Case of Yury Dmitriev and the Dragon from the Great Terror [Open Russia] - Rights in Russia

Head of human rights council condemns public caging of defendants

Head of human rights council condemns public caging of defendants - Rights in Russia

Genry Reznik on recent developments in the legal profession

Genry Reznik on recent developments in the legal profession - Rights in Russia

Friday, 9 June 2017

9 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 9 June 2017 Protesters Detained As Hundreds Decry Plans To Demolish Soviet-Era Housing In Moscow / Belarus Sends Chechen Man Back To Russia Despite Fears For His Life / MMA Champion Amriev is taken to Chechnya / ECtHR asks Russia to clarify its position in Murad Amriev's case / Murad Amriev's family members leave Chechnya for security reasons / Court Orders Scientology Church Leader, Members Detained In St. Petersburg / Defendant in St. Petersburg Church of Scientology case put under house arrest / Finance Ministry ordered to pay $3,500 to Russian citizen for unlawful prosecution  



9 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Thursday, 8 June 2017

8 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 8 June 2017 Offices Of Prison Rights Group Searched In Moscow / St. Petersburg Church of Scientology executive director put in detention / Alleged member of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology detained in extremism case / Chechen Prosecutor's Office demands to block 12 materials on Internet / 250,000 roubles allocated for victims of special operation in Nalchik  



8 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

7 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 7 June 2017 Russian Lawmakers Propose Broadening Controversial 'Foreign Agent' Law / Moscow Anticorruption March To Go Ahead Despite Government's Restrictions / Moscow's English-Language Weekly To Change Hands, Cut Staff / Alleged member of St. Petersburg Church of Scientology detained in extremism case / State Duma adopts bill on blacklist of corrupt officials / Resident of Dagestan killed in shootout with law enforcers / Volgograd: Alexei Navalny's supporters complain about eviction from new premises / Animal rights defenders criticize police for opening fire at a cow in Makhachkala / Amnesty International: Torture Survivor Murad Amriev at risk of arbitrary detention / In Bryansk, Murad Amriev identifies Chechen law enforcer who tortured him  



7 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

6 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 6 June 2017 Russian court drops charges against Guardian reporter / Hundreds Protest Moscow City Hall's Plans To Demolish Soviet-Era Buildings / Activists: Chechen Man Who Claimed Torture Narrowly Escapes Transfer To Grozny / Church of Scientology Raided by Russian Security Forces (Again) / ECtHR awards over €15,000 to ex-Yukos security chief sentenced to life / Russian TV uses Crimean Tatar political prisoner to claim Ukraine is "funding terrorism" / Gay from Dagestan describes his escape from Russia / Eyewitnesses report raids on Salafi mosques and halal cafes in Makhachkala  



6 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Monday, 5 June 2017

5 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 5 June 2017 Ex-head of Ukraine library in Moscow Natalia Sharina guilty / Russia: Conviction of librarian for holding ‘extremist books’ demonstrates utter contempt for rule of law / Chechen Man Who Claimed Torture Said Detained In Russia / Crimean Journalist's Trial Resumes, Adjourned Until June 14 / Russian Magazine The New Times Closes Print Amid Financial Troubles / Crimean Tatar activist prosecuted for Facebook birthday greeting to Mustafa Dzhemilev / Russian Justice Ministry drafts bill regulating activities of foreign NGOs’ branches / Russian Interior Ministry ordered to pay $1,200 to man tortured by police / Russian government, Supreme Court back bill on prison terms for carousel voting / Russia: Rights Activist Facing Charges. First Criminal Inquiry in a ‘Foreign Agents’ case  



5 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 22 (255) 5 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Weekly Update No. 22 (255) 5 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Sova Centre - Rights in Russia

Rights Group of the Week: Sova Centre - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Aleksei Moroshkin - Rights in Russia

Person of the Week: Aleksei Moroshkin - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Valentina Cherevatenko - Rights in Russia

Legal Case of the Week: Valentina Cherevatenko - Rights in Russia

The Revolving Door: Signs of a thaw in Russia’s treatment of political prisoners hide the reality of a targeted campaign against active citizens [OVD-Info]

The Revolving Door: Signs of a thaw in Russia’s treatment of political prisoners hide the reality of a targeted campaign against active citizens [OVD-Info] - Rights in Russia

Memorial recognizes three more Sochi residents, convicted for sending text messages, as political prisoners

Memorial recognizes three more Sochi residents, convicted for sending text messages, as political prisoners - Rights in Russia

The case of scientist Vladimir Lapygin, convicted of ‘espionage’ - HRO.org in English

The case of scientist Vladimir Lapygin, convicted of ‘espionage’ - Rights in Russia

Quote for the Day: Lev Rubinshtein

Lev Rubinshtein: "In our day, this abysmal xenophobia most often takes the form of an unbridled, hysterical homophobia" - Rights in Russia

Quote for the Day: Aleksei Simonov

Aleksei Simonov: "There has probably not been a situation as awful as there is now with regard to free speech since the late 1950s and early 1960s" - Rights in Russia

Stefania Kulaeva: "The Three S’s of Lev Rubinshtein and LGBT" [Radio Svoboda]

Stefania Kulaeva: "The Three S’s of Lev Rubinshtein and LGBT" [Radio Svoboda] - Rights in Russia

Memorial Human Rights Centre on Ukrainian authorities’ ban on access to Russian mass media and social media networks - HRO.org in English

Memorial Human Rights Centre on Ukrainian authorities’ ban on access to Russian mass media and social media networks - Rights in Russia

Aleksei Simonov on freedom of speech in Russia: “Anything left living in this realm has to be trampled”

Aleksei Simonov on freedom of speech in Russia: “Anything left living in this realm has to be trampled” - Rights in Russia

Svetlana Gannushkina: 'The draft law on the revocation of citizenship is in essence absurd'

Svetlana Gannushkina: 'The draft law on the revocation of citizenship is in essence absurd' - Rights in Russia

Two new books on Stalinist repression by detained historian Yury Dmitriev presented in Karelia - HRO.org in English

Two new books on Stalinist repression by detained historian Yury Dmitriev presented in Karelia - Rights in Russia

Friday, 2 June 2017

Rights activists discuss Ombudsperson's annual report [Radio Svoboda]

Rights activists discuss Ombudsperson's annual report [Radio Svoboda] - Rights in Russia

Memorial believes mathematician Dmitry Bogatov is political prisoner - HRO.org in English

Memorial believes mathematician Dmitry Bogatov is political prisoner - Rights in Russia

2 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 2 June 2017 NGO Head Is First Russian Charged With A Crime Under Foreign Agent Law / Russia's Jehovah's Witnesses Meet in Defiance of 'Extremism' Ban / Navalny Challenges Moscow Authorities' Refusal To Allow Protest In City Center / Chechen Accused Of Plotting To Kill Putin Survives Shooting In Kyiv
An assassination attempt on a Chechen man whom Russian / Putin: Package of proposals on judicial system improvement agreed / Historians link shooting in Novocherkassk with formation of dissident movement
 



2 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

Thursday, 1 June 2017

1 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

 1 June 2017 Navalny Denied Permission For Central Moscow Rally / Court Orders Release Of Russian Activist From Psychiatric Clinic / Verdict In Moscow-Based Ukrainian Library Director's Hate-Crime Trial Postponed / Chechen Prosecutor Wants Charlie Hebdo Blocked / 32% of Russians Support Physical Punishment for Teens — Poll / Russia begins trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov by removing his defence lawyer / Volunteer of Alexei Navalny's office in Rostov fined for taking part in anticorruption action / Russian Supreme Court cancels conviction of journalist Elena Nadtoka  



1 June 2017 - Rights in Russia

31 May 2017 - Rights in Russia

 31 May 2017 Landlord Of Navalny's Election Headquarters In Irkutsk Attacked / Moscow Court Orders Navalny To Remove Video With Medvedev Corruption Allegations / Russian Court Orders Navalny to Apologize for Government Corruption Claims /
Russian billionaire Usmanov wins libel lawsuit against Navalny / Russian Finance Ministry to pay activist Dadin $38,600 for unlawful prosecution / Kadyrov Invites French, German Leaders To Investigate Reports Of Gay Abuse / Amnesty Challenges Russia Over Abuse Of Gays In Chechnya / Defence of Novocherkassk journalist Elena Nadtoka demands to cancel verdict due to ECtHR's decision / "Rosstat": 25% of Karachay-Cherkessians live below poverty line  



31 May 2017 - Rights in Russia