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Prominent human rights defender Valentina Cherevatenko was informed on 24 June that she has been declared a suspect under the “foreign agents law”. She may face up to two years in prison.
Yekaterina Vologzheninova’s appeal was rejected on 26 April and she must serve 320 hours of “corrective labour”. She was convicted for criticising online the Russian annexation of Crimea and Russia...
Activist Dmitry Vorobyovsky, who had been taken to a psychiatric hospital on 6 May and subjected to involuntary psychiatric treatment, was released following a court order on 12 May.
A lawyer sentenced to eight and a half years’ imprisonment for alleged extortion and damage to property after a possibly unfair trial is in urgent need of specialized medical care.