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Weekly Update No. 15 (288) 23 April 2018

Rights in Russia

Week-ending 20 April 2018 [see also attachment]

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Lev Shlosberg: Telegram’s miserly joys [Ekho Moskvy]

Pavel Chikov: First conclusions following a court's approval of the immediate blocking of the Telegram messaging app in Russia

Damir Gainutdinov: 500 searches per day in Russia equals no right to inviolability of the home

Liudmila Alekseeva: Kemerovo shouldn’t ask, but demand

Liudmila Alekseeva: "Congratulations to Oleg Orlov on his 65th birthday"

Lev Ponomarev: A statement by the parents of those accused in the so-called 'Network' case - "First they tortured the son, and now they are targeting the mother"

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Human Rights Groups in Russia


Golos: News Digest for 9-15 April 2018

OVD-Info Weekly Bulletin No. 51: Telegram, the “Network” case and protests against landfill sites

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Our thanks to this week's translators: Frances Robson, Graham Jones, Joanne Reynolds, John Tokolish, Lindsay Munford, Matthew Quigley, Marian Schwartz and Simon Cosgrove

Project coordinator: Julia Sherwood 

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