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18.01.2013

Nowhere to turn: Suicide of Russian asylum seeker

Alexander Dolmatov, member of the Other Russia opposition party and participant in the 6 May anti-Putin demonstration has taken his life in a Rotterdam detention centre after his asylum application was turned down | detail

Visits 2536
11.01.2013

Razvozzhaev Case: No Pretence of Rule of Law

While the Ukrainian authorities continue to deny any involvement in the abduction of Russian opposition figure and asylum seeker Leonid Razvozzhaev, their Russian counterparts may be using inadmissible pressure on him to trump up charges against prominent opposition figures | detail

Visits 2510
27.12.2012

Razvozzhaev: Any change in my testimony will be through coercion

The Russian activist scandalously abducted while seeking asylum in Ukraine calls his removal to Irkutsk an attempt by the investigators to put pressure on him and force him to give the testimony they require | detail

Visits 2021
24.12.2012

Official noises from the police over Razvozzhaev case

It is difficult to gauge whether the Kyiv Police really are looking into the abduction of the Russian activist and asylum seeker or whether formal requirements of the new Criminal Procedure Code are simply being fulfilled | detail

Visits 1887
21.12.2012

Enforced Silence: From Kyiv to Siberia

As feared, Leonid Razvozzhaev, the Russian Left Front activist abducted while applying for asylum in Kyiv, has been sent to Irkutsk to face charges on a 15-year-old criminal investigation | detail

Visits 2352
05.12.2012

Charges and questions multiply in the Razvozzhaev case

The new charge against Leonid Razvozzaev, the Left Front activist who was abducted in Kyiv while in the process of seeking asylum and forcibly returned to Russia seems staggeringly inept as is so much else in this shocking case | detail

Visits 1765
03.12.2012

Razvozzhaev case: Answers urgently requred

Strasbourg, it seems, would also like answers regarding the abduction in Kyiv, forced return to Russia, likely torture and prosecution of Russian activist and asylum seeker Leonid Razvozzhaev | detail

Visits 2055
22.11.2012

Razvozzhaev: No let up to lawlessness

Russian investigators have pulled out a criminal case abandoned 15 years ago against Leonid Razvozzhaev, the Russian activist who was abducted in Kyiv on 17 October as he was in the process of applying for asylum | detail

Visits 1886
16.11.2012

No Offence?

The Kyiv Police have informed the UNHCR that they will not be initiating a criminal case over the abduction of Russian civic activist Leonid Razvozzhaev in broad daylight from outside the place where he was seeking political asylum | detail

Visits 2041
08.11.2012

Moscow court finds the arrest of abducted asylum seeker Leonid Razvozzaev legal

Leonid Razvozzhaev was abducted in Kyiv while applying for political asylum and forcibly taken to Moscow, yet the response within Ukraine has been dangerously muted | detail

Visits 1880
05.11.2012

Asylum seeker abducted from Ukraine, imprisoned in Russia. End of story?

Leonid Razvozzhaev was abducted while applying for asylum and could now face a long prison sentence on questionable charges in Russia yet the Ukrainian authorities are continuing to deny all knowledge and any responsibility for this grave breach of international law | detail

Visits 2036
26.10.2012

Mossad, FSB, and others: make yourself at home!

Marina Hovorukhina suggests that the message to foreign security services from Ukraine’s Interior Ministry regarding the abduction of Leonid Razvozzhaev is that abductions are no problem with the authorities ready to call them special operations and turn a blind eye | detail

Visits 1967
26.10.2012

US concerned over Russian activist’s ’abduction’ and detention

The United States on Thursday expressed alarm over the case of opposition activist Leonid Razvozzhaev who claims he was abducted from Ukraine by Russian agents, as he retracted an initial confession made to Russian investigators. | detail

Visits 1676
25.10.2012

On the abduction of Leonid Razvozzhaev (open for endorsement)

Open letter with demands to the authorities over the abduction of Russian opposition activist Leonid Razvozzhaev from outside the UNHCR office in Kyiv where he was applying for asylum | detail

Visits 2130
25.10.2012

Ukraine’s Interior Ministry’s staggering response to Razvozzhaev’s abduction

No criminal investigation can ensue over the abduction, a Ministry spokesperson says, since a foreign national was abducted by a foreign security service and such services should not share their plans regarding such activities. | detail

Visits 1806
25.10.2012

Human Rights Watch calls for investigation into disappearance of asylum seeker

For an asylum seeker to simply vanish while lodging his asylum claims and then reappear in the country he fled is profoundly shocking | detail

Visits 1962
24.10.2012

Ukraine – no safe place for refugees

And with Russia increasingly dangerous for members of the opposition, this new style of abduction and removal without going through any extradition procedure is extremely worrying | detail

Visits 1701
22.10.2012

Russian activist abducted in Kyiv, jailed in Moscow

Russian opposition activist Leonid Razvozzhaev has been remanded in custody for two months just two days after being abducted in broad daylight from outside the UNHCR Office in Kyiv | detail

Visits 1896
15.09.2012

Amnesty International urges Ukraine not to extradite refugee to Uzbekistan

Amnesty International calls on the Ukrainian authorities not to extradite Ruslan Suleymanov to Uzbekistan where he would be at risk of torture and other grave human rights violations | detail

Visits 1692
12.09.2012

Serious danger that Ukraine will return an asylum seeker to Uzbekistan

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has expressed deep concern about the serious risk of refoulement of another refugee facing extradition in spite of a well-founded fear of persecution in his country of origin. | detail

Visits 1238
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