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Moscow Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Self-Exiled Opposition Politician Dmitry Gudkov

Radio Free Europe 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court on February 27 issued an arrest warrant for self-exiled opposition politician Dmitry Gudkov on a charge of distributing ...
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Moscow Court Freezes Bank Accounts Of Wife Of Self-Exiled Anti-War Writer Akunin

Radio Free Europe 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court has frozen bank accounts with 6 million rubles ($64,400) belonging to Erika Chkhartishvili, the wife of prominent Russian writer Boris Akunin, which is the pen name of Grigory Chkhartishvili.
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‘I Believe in a Better Future’: Rights Veteran Oleg Orlov on His 2.5-Year Sentence for ...

Moscow Times 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court sentenced veteran human rights campaigner Oleg Orlov to 2.5 years in prison on Tuesday for speaking against the war in Ukraine and “discrediting” the Russian military ... Memorial , Human rights , Court case.
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Russian Court Arrests Exiled Politician Gudkov in Absentia

Moscow Times 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court on Tuesday ordered the arrest in absentia of exiled opposition politician Dmitry Gudkov over his criticism of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ... Moscow’s Khoroshevsky District ...
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Russia Jails Rights Campaigner Orlov for 2-1/2 Years

Voa News 27 Feb 2024
MOSCOW — Veteran human rights activist Oleg Orlov was sentenced on Tuesday by a Moscow court to two and a half years in prison after he was found guilty of discrediting Russian's armed forces in ...
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The co-chair of a Nobel-winning rights group in Russia gets 30 months in jail for ...

The Philadelphia Tribune 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court on Tuesday sentenced a veteran human rights advocate who spoke out against the war in Ukraine to two years and six months in prison ... A court in Moscow in October 2023 had fined Orlov ...
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Russian court sentences co-chair of Nobel-winning rights group to 30 months in prison

Korea Times 27 Feb 2024
... Russian military, in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, Feb ... A Moscow court on Tuesday sentenced a veteran human rights advocate who spoke out against the war in Ukraine to two years and six months in prison.
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Chechen Court Hands 3.5-Year Jail Term to Quran-Burner

Moscow Times 27 Feb 2024
A court in Russia’s republic of Chechnya has sentenced a young man to three-and-a-half years in prison for burning a Quran, the independent media outlet Sotavision reported Tuesday ... Chechnya , Court cases.
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Russian Veteran Rights Defender Oleg Orlov Sentenced To 2 1/2 Years In Prison

Radio Free Europe 27 Feb 2024
The Golovinsky district court in Moscow ... In mid-December, the Moscow City Court canceled that ruling and sent Orlov's case back to prosecutors, who had appealed, saying the sentence was too mild.
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Russian activist Oleg Orlov sentenced to 30 months in prison

Al Jazeera 27 Feb 2024
Footage posted online on Tuesday by Memorial, a now-banned Russian human rights group, showed the handcuffed 70-year-old smiling as he was put by officers in a van after the verdict by the Golovinskii district court in Moscow.Keep reading.
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Navalny team says prisoner swap was close before his death

Dawn 27 Feb 2024
“I have received confirmation that negotiations were underway and were at the final stage” after two years of talks between Moscow, Washington and Berlin, she added. Rights campaigner calls Russia ‘fascist’ in court.
photo: AP / Alexander Zemlianichenko
The co-chair of the Nobel Peace Prize winning Memorial Human Rights Centre Oleg Orlov is taken into custody in the courtroom during court session for a new trial on charges of repeated discrediting Russian military, in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024.
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Russia: Court Convicts Human Rights Leader in Sham Trial

Human Rights Watch 27 Feb 2024
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Russia Crackdown Prisons

Citrus County Chronicle 27 Feb 2024
... line outside a court in Moscow, Russia, Feb.
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A Russian court sentences the co-chair of a Nobel-winning rights group to 30 months in prison

The Associated Press 27 Feb 2024
A Moscow court has sentenced a veteran human rights advocate who spoke out against the war in Ukraine to two years and six months in prison ... .

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