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Russia: Vienna Trial Should Prompt Inquiry

(New York) ­- The Russian government should closely examine evidence gathered by the Austrian police relating to Chechnya’s leader, Human Rights Watch said today. The evidence suggests that the Kremlin-appointed leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, was involved in the fatal attempted kidnapping in 2009 of a Chechen refugee in Vienna, Human Rights Watch said.

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Ukraine: Stop Harassing Rights Group

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - (Moscow) - The Ukrainian authorities should immediately return materials and equipment seized from the prominent human rights activist Dmytro Groisman and

Kyrgyzstan: New Assault in Violence-Ridden Court Case

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - (New York) - The Kyrgyz authorities should immediately investigate a new assault on a group of defendants, including a well known

Letter to the Prosecutor General of Kyrgyzstan regarding Safety of Defendants in Trial

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - Kubatbek Kalbekovich Baibolov Prosecutor General of Kyrgyzstan Erkindik 39 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Cc: Interim leader, Roza Otunbaeva Dear Mr. Baibolov, Originally

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Human Rights Watch Memorandum for Russia-EU Human Rights Consultations: Fall 2010 | Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - In 2010 Russia appeared to improve its standing in the international arena by expanding its cooperation on human rights issues with

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Statement on Kyrgyzstan at the Human Rights Council | Human Rights Watch (HRW)

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - See the rest here: Statement on Kyrgyzstan at the Human

Kyrgyzstan: Ensure Safety, Fair Trial for Rights Defender

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - Update: (September 3, 2010, Bazar-Kurgan) - On September 2, 2010, the trial against Azimjon Askarov and another seven defendants on charges

Defending LGBT Rights Worldwide – Human Rights Watch

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Natasha Estemirova: One Year On

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