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

Source: 20 June 2017 – Rights in Russia


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