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Thursday, November 28, 2019
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Thursday, November 28, 2019
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Thursday, November 28, 2019
Expand Roman Udot at his court hearing in Moscow, May 22, 2019. © 2019 Novaya Gazeta (Moscow) – A court in Moscow found Roman Udot, an election rights activist, guilty on November 28, 2019 of threatening the life of two broadcast journalists in a politically motivated prosecution, Human Rights Watch said today. The court sentenced Udot to 320 hours of correctional labor. The journalists who were allegedly threatened work for NTV, a federal broadcaster notorious for its smear campaigns against human rights activists and political opposition. NTV had repeatedly and viciously targeted Udot and… (Full Story)
Thursday, November 28, 2019
Expand Theater Doc on the first night of the “Bolotnaya Case” production about politically motivated prosecutions of protesters, Moscow 2015 © Maria Sotskova, Novaya Gazeta This month, police in Moscow launched an audit of Theater Doc, an independent theater in Moscow known for productions focusing on pressing societal issues in contemporary Russia. Authorities say they are looking for signs of promotion of terrorism, drugs, and “gay-propaganda” in three Theater Doc productions.  One production, Coming Out, is about the challenges gay people in Russia face. Another, War is Near, tells a complex… (Full Story)
Thursday, November 28, 2019
NewsReporters Without Borders (RSF) is appalled by today’s Yaoundé Special Criminal Court decision to reject a request for Amadou Vamoulké’s provisional release although two medical reports say this journalist needs treatment abroad and his continuing detention violates Cameroonian law. It was like a preliminary conviction, RSF said.Neither moral nor legal arguments swayed the court, which ruled at today’s hearing, the 25th in Vamoulké’s trial, that the request by his lawyers for his release had “no basis.” (Full Story)
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