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Crimea: Baseless Conviction of Crimean Tatar Leader


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Akhtem Chiygoz speaks to then Tatar deputy of the Ukraine’s parliament, Mustafa Jemilev. © 2006 Reuters

(Kyiv) – A Russian court in Crimea on September 11, 2017, found a prominent Crimean Tatar leader guilty on charges of organizing “mass riots” following an unfair trial, Human Right Watch said today. The court sentenced the Crimean Tatar leader, Akhtem Chiygoz, to eight years in prison.
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Source: Human Rights Watch

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Akhtem Chiygoz speaks to then Tatar deputy of the Ukraine’s parliament, Mustafa Jemilev. © 2006 Reuters

(Kyiv) – A Russian court in Crimea on September 11, 2017, found a prominent Crimean Tatar leader guilty on charges of organizing “mass riots” following an unfair trial, Human Right Watch said today. The court sentenced the Crimean Tatar leader, Akhtem Chiygoz, to eight years in prison.
Russian authorities should quash the …read more

Source: Human Rights Watch

World press about Ukraine

World press about Ukraine

The category “World Press” is created to observe information about Ukraine in the world media. More information about “World Press” category you can read here

World press category: terms & conditions

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