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Criminal cases started against Attorney General are abusive

2022-01-21T14:09:06+01:00

The criminal cases started against Alexandr Stoianoglo on October 5, 2021 are abusive and absolutely illegal, said lawyers for the suspended prosecutor Criminal cases started against Attorney General are abusive The criminal cases started against Alexandr Stoianoglo on October 5, 2021 are abusive and absolutely illegal, said lawyers for the suspended prosecutor. In a news conference at IPN, lawyer Vasile Gafton said that legal action over five counts was taken

Criminal cases started against Attorney General are abusive2022-01-21T14:09:06+01:00

Armenian PM wins case against Armenia in Strasbourg court

2022-01-19T15:07:08+01:00

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has won a case against the Armenian state in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) over his imprisonment a decade before coming to power. Armenian PM wins case against Armenia in Strasbourg court Pashinyan sued Armenia in 2010 over his arrest and conviction following the deadly 2008 crackdown on anti-government protesters. Pashinyan’s government, as the respondent in the case, did not comment before the

Armenian PM wins case against Armenia in Strasbourg court2022-01-19T15:07:08+01:00

APPEAL: BOYCOTT THE BEIJING WINTER OLYMPICS

2022-01-18T10:54:54+01:00

Olympics? Too good for Beijing! Open appeal to the German Olympic Team Beijing 2022: Boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics! Frankfurt, 01.01.2022 Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, in four weeks’ time, the 24th Winter Olympics will take place in Beijing. With its decision to host the Winter Games in Beijing, the International Olympic Committee has assumed the duty and responsibility to realise the ethical principles of the Olympic Charter, such as human dignity

APPEAL: BOYCOTT THE BEIJING WINTER OLYMPICS2022-01-18T10:54:54+01:00

The European Union again called for the release of Alexei Navalny

2022-01-18T09:44:56+01:00

After spending a year behind bars, the prominent Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny posted a message on social media telling his followers: "Don't be afraid of anything." The European Union again called for the release of Alexei Navalny It's been a year since Alexei Navalny was arrested by authorities at Moscow International Airport and sentenced to two and a half years in a prison camp for allegedly violating parole conditions on fraud

The European Union again called for the release of Alexei Navalny2022-01-18T09:44:56+01:00

“Right to Justice” publishes list of 53 unhandled political cases

2022-01-17T14:39:10+01:00

Representatives of the public association “Right to Justice” compiled a list of 53 cases “started by order of the criminal-oligarchic group of Plahotniuc during the state capture” “Right to Justice” publishes list of 53 unhandled political cases Representatives of the public association “Right to Justice” compiled a list of 53 cases “started by order of the criminal-oligarchic group of Plahotniuc during the state capture”. According to members of the association,

“Right to Justice” publishes list of 53 unhandled political cases2022-01-17T14:39:10+01:00

In the Shadow of the Pandemic: 10 Crises That Didn’t Make Headlines in 2021

2022-01-14T08:38:59+01:00

 CARE launches its report, ‘The Most Under-Reported Humanitarian Crises of 2021’ highlighting, for the sixth year in a row, the 10 crises that received little media attention in the year before. In the Shadow of the Pandemic: 10 Crises That Didn't Make Headlines in 2021 Please ALWAYS use only in the context of the „Suffering in Silence Report 2021 CHERMALYK VILLAGE, DONETSKA OBLAST, GCA, UKRAINE: Nataliia is one of more than three

In the Shadow of the Pandemic: 10 Crises That Didn’t Make Headlines in 20212022-01-14T08:38:59+01:00

Protests in Kazakhstan. What was it?

2022-01-12T17:43:11+01:00

Experts who witnessed the events in Alma-Ata, about the reasons and consequences of the protests, about what Kazakhstan expects in the near future and what the situation is there now. Protests in Kazakhstan. What was it? На улицах Алма-Аты после протестов Kazakhstan is beginning to recover after protests sparked by rising prices for liquefied gas and escalated into riots, the epicenter of which is Almaty. According to the

Protests in Kazakhstan. What was it?2022-01-12T17:43:11+01:00

ECHR awards 360,000-euro compensation to victims of terror act in Beslan

2022-01-12T14:21:16+01:00

The European Court of Human Rights upheld the complaint filed by 39 victims of the seizure of a school in Beslan and awarded them compensation for non-pecuniary damage ECHR awards 360,000-euro compensation to victims of terror act in Beslan     The European Court of Human Rights upheld the complaint filed by 39 victims of the seizure of a school in Beslan and awarded them compensation for non-pecuniary damage. The

ECHR awards 360,000-euro compensation to victims of terror act in Beslan2022-01-12T14:21:16+01:00

About life after the protests. Messages from Almaty residents

2022-01-10T09:01:11+01:00

“The policemen stupidly ran away from us. Refused to take part in the protection of citizens " About life after the protests. Messages from Almaty residents In Kazakhstan, special operations continue to clear cities from militants. The most tense situation remains in Almaty. It is problematic to contact local residents to find out the situation in the region. The Internet is turned on for several hours, the telephone connection works

About life after the protests. Messages from Almaty residents2022-01-10T09:01:11+01:00

German Foreign Ministry commented on the march in honor of Bandera in Kiev

2022-01-09T19:46:17+01:00

The spokesman for the German Foreign Ministry said that the German government condemns the glorification of Bandera's crimes. German Foreign Ministry commented on the march in honor of Bandera in Kiev The spokesman for the German Foreign Ministry said that the German government condemns the glorification of Bandera's crimes. German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger said at a briefing in Berlin that the German Cabinet is against the glorification of

German Foreign Ministry commented on the march in honor of Bandera in Kiev2022-01-09T19:46:17+01:00
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