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Treason and espionage cases are rising in Russia since the war in Ukraine began

Korea Times 15 Jul 2024
The move followed mass anti-government protests in 2011-12 in Moscow that officials claimed were instigated by the West ... Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza, right, is escorted to a hearing in a court in Moscow, Russia, Feb.
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Scientists, a journalist and even a bakery worker are among those convicted of treason in Russia

Newsday 14 Jul 2024
That’s also when Moscow backed a separatist insurgency in eastern Ukraine ... In September 2022, a court in Moscow convicted him of treason and sentenced him to 22 years in prison.
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Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 869

Al Jazeera 13 Jul 2024
Ukraine’s domestic security service said it has documented the deaths of nearly 300 civilians from mines left by Russia and is collecting evidence for the International Criminal Court (ICC) ... Moscow.
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Crypto Bribery Cases On The Rise In Russia

Bitcoin World 12 Jul 2024
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Russian Artist Jailed 9 Years for Donating ‘$30 to Ukraine Army’ – Reports

Moscow Times 12 Jul 2024
A Russian student artist has been sentenced to nine years in prison on treason charges for sending $30 to the Ukrainian army, the independent Mediazona news website reported Thursday, citing the court's press service ... Siberia , Court case.
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The Week In Russia: MH17 And The Children's Hospital

Beijing News 12 Jul 2024
On July 8, a Moscow court convicted theater director Yevgenia Berkovich and playwright Svetlana Petriichuk of 'justifying terrorism' and sentenced each to six years in prison over a play that opened ...
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Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 868

Al Jazeera 12 Jul 2024
Fighting ... Diplomacy ... A Moscow court upheld a prison sentence against human rights advocate Oleg Orlov, the co-chair of the now-banned group Memorial, which was among the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2022, for criticising the war in Ukraine. .
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Russia denies human rights activist Orlov’s appeal for freedom

Jurist 12 Jul 2024
A Moscow court upheld the February sentence against Nobel Human Rights laureate Oleg Orlov on Thursday for criticizing the war in Ukraine and comparing the Russian justice system to Nazi Germany.
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Luxury perfume guru is ousted after bragging about sales to Russia

The Times/The Sunday Times 12 Jul 2024
David Crisp, a financier turned “perfume guru”, has been forced by the High Court to step down from the company after allegations that he facilitated the export of its scents to Moscow ... A High Court ...
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Russia jails student for ‘passing troop locations to Kyiv’

The News International 12 Jul 2024
MOSCOW. A Russian court Thursday sentenced a student in the far eastern city of Birobidzhan 6,000 kilometres (3,700 miles) from Ukraine to five years in prison for passing troop locations to Kyiv.
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Aussie couple charged with spying offences as it

The Daily Mail 12 Jul 2024
Two Russian-born Australian citizens will face court after being charged with obtaining defence material to share with officials in Moscow ... The pair will face Brisbane Magistrates Court on the espionage charges later on Friday ... RussiaBrisbaneMoscow. .
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Moscow Court Rejects Veteran Rights Defender's Appeal Against Imprisonment

Radio Free Europe 11 Jul 2024
The Moscow City Court on July 11 rejected an appeal filed by veteran rights activist Oleg Orlov against his imprisonment ... ....
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Moscow Court Upholds Prison Sentence of Dissident Oleg Orlov

Moscow Times 11 Jul 2024
A Moscow court on Thursday rejected an appeal by jailed human rights defender Oleg Orlov against his imprisonment for criticizing the Kremlin’s war against Ukraine ... Memorial , Opposition , Court case.
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Russian playwright, director get prison terms on terrorism charges

Beijing News 11 Jul 2024
MOSCOW, Russia. A theater director and a playwright were sentenced to six years each in prison by a Russian Court this week on terrorism charges ... new heights since Moscow sent troops into Ukraine.
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