KAZAKHSTAN: 40 months, 65 criminal convictions Three Muslims who drank tea, prayed and discussed their faith have failed to overturn their three-year jail terms on appeal. The men’s bank accounts are likely now to be blocked and they owe a large sum in court...
The Death of Press Freedom in Cambodia Regarded by many observers as the last vestige of independent media in Cambodia, the Phnom Penh Post was sold in early May to a Malaysian investor with links to Prime Minister Hun Sen. Almost immediately after this transfer of...
Crimea: Russia Intensifies Actions Targeting Crimean Tatars Following Russian authorities’ arrest of a prominent Crimean Tatar human rights figure, Server Mustafayev, as part of an intensifying crackdown against minority groups in the Crimean peninsula, Freedom House...
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