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11.05.2015

Crimean puppet prosecutor uses same ‘Berkut victim’ in ‘May 3’ political trial

The trial is due to begin in Crimea of a 24-year-old man charged in connection with the May 3, 2014 peaceful protest against Russia’s ban on 71-year-old veteran Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemiliev entering his homeland | detail

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08.05.2015

Whose ’mass provocation’? Crimean Tatar Deportation remembrance gathering banned

Just hours after threats from Crimea’s ‘prosecutor’ that Ukrainian ‘nationalists and radicals’ could expect to be jailed in Russian-occupied Crimea, claims have been made of a Ukrainian nationalist gang having been arrested and of ‘mass provocation’ planned around the anniversary of the Deportation of the Crimean Tatar People on May 18 | detail

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07.05.2015

Imprisoned Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader on hunger strike

Akhtem Chiygoz, Deputy Head of the Mejlis or Crimean Tatar representative assembly has gone on hunger strike in protest at being placed in a solitary confinement punishment cell. There are fears that the occupation regime may be planning a show trial of a leader of the Crimean Tatar national movement on the eve of the anniversary of the Deportation. | detail

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29.04.2015

Divide and Bribe: Occupation Regime hijacks Crimean Tatar festival

The organizers of an occupation regime version of the Spring Festival Hyrdelez are resorting to bribes after the Crimean Tatar Mejlis condemned the cynical attempt to divert attention from ongoing disappearances, arrests, deportations and other rights violations. | detail

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23.04.2015

Cameraman for silenced Crimean Tatar channel jailed over coverage of pre-annexation protest

The arrest of TV ATR cameraman Eskender Nebiyev is the latest in a ‘case’, breaching both Russian and international law, where the occupation regime is clearly targeting Crimean Tatars, including Akhtem Chiygoz, Deputy Head of the Mejlis, or Crimean Tatar representative assembly. | detail

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21.04.2015

Cameraman for Silenced Crimean Tatar TV ATR Detained in Crimea

Eskender Nebiyev, cameraman for ATR, the Crimean Tatar TV channel which Russia recently forced off air in Russian-occupied Crimea, is reported to have been detained on Monday after a search was carried out of his home. Initial reports suggest that he may be the latest person targeted in the notorious ’Feb 26, 2014 case’ involving a pre-annexation demonstration | detail

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20.04.2015

See who you recognize, we’ll arrest them (Crimean ‘Feb 26’ arrests continue)

The interrogations are proving as surreal as everything else in the so-called ‘Feb 26’ case where the occupation regime is prosecuting people under Russian law over a pre-annexation demonstration which took place under Ukrainian law. Another person has just been remanded in custody, and more arrests are unfortunately likely | detail

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15.04.2015

Ammunition planted in new offensive against Crimean Tatar Mejlis official

Mustafa Asaba, Head of the Belgorod Regional Mejlis, has been detained and taken away to Simferopol after a search was carried out of his home. This is the second such search in the last 6 months making the reported attempt to plant ammunition on him especially cynical. | detail

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30.03.2015

Elected to Crimean Tatar Mejlis – expect repression under Russian occupation

Less than a week after being elected First Deputy Head of the Mejlis, or Crimean Tatar representative assembly, Nariman Dzhelyal has been subjected to a five-hour interrogation and a search of his home. | detail

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24.03.2015

Crimean Tatar Mejlis holds important election as repression continues

Nariman Dzhelyal has been elected First Deputy Head of the Mejlis, against which the occupation regime in Crimea has been relentlessly waging an offensive since shortly after annexation. Ilmi Umerov was elected Deputy Head just hours after he became the latest member of the Mejlis to receive a formal summons to appear for interrogation | detail

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17.03.2015

Another Crimean Tatar charged over pre-annexation demonstration

A fourth Crimean Tatar is in detention charged under Russian legislation in connection with a pre-annexation demonstration which took place under Ukrainian rule and according to Ukrainian law. | detail

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12.03.2015

Another Armed Detention in Surreal Crimean Tatar Protest ‘Case’

On March 11 armed men in masks burst into the home of 31-year-old Talyat Yunosov and took him away. This is the latest detention in one of the most cynical ‘cases’ initiated since Russia occupied Crimea as the charges relate to a protest which took place on Feb 26, 2014 - under Ukrainian rule and Ukrainian legislation. | detail

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06.03.2015

Suspected of Defending Crimean Tatar Rights

Speaking of rights in Crimea under Russian occupation marks you as an ‘extremist’ or ‘agent’. That is how Eskender Bariev, head of the Crimean Tatar Rights Committee comments on the latest wave of interrogations of Crimean Tatar rights activists | detail

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23.02.2015

Russia seeks to create Puppet Crimean Tatar self-governing bodies

Having tried and failed to cower Crimean Tatar leaders into submission, the Crimean puppet government installed after Russian soldiers seized control last February is now attempting to replace elected members of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis and Qurultay with ‘reliable people’. | detail

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13.02.2015

Mustafa Dzhemiliev banned by Russia as a ‘threat to national security’

A Russian court has upheld the ban imposed after Russia’s annexation of Crimea on veteran Crimean Tatar leader and Ukrainian MP Mustafa Dzhemiliev. A migration service official said that the 71-year-old had been banned for 5 years “to ensure the state’s defence capacity and security, and to safeguard public order.” | detail

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12.02.2015

Crimean Tatar leader’s detention extended, protest prohibited

Akhtem Chiygoz, deputy head of the Mejlis, or Crimean Tatar representative assembly has been remanded in custody for a further three months, and a peaceful protest against his arrest prohibited on grounds as surreal as the charges against the Crimean Tatar leader | detail

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09.02.2015

Crimean Tatar leader’s detention upheld, arrests continue

Yet another Crimean Tatar has been arrested in connection with a criminal investigation by the occupation regime that indicates either legal illiteracy or truly staggering disregard for rule of law | detail

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05.02.2015

Another Crimean Tatar arrested on surreal charges

A second Crimean Tatar has apparently been arrested in Russian-occupied Crimea on charges relating to a protest on Feb 26, 2014, the day before Russian soldiers seized control | detail

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30.01.2015

Crimean Tatar leader arrested in new wave of repression

The arrest of Akhtem Chiygoz, Deputy Head of the Mejlis, on suspicion of ‘organizing and taking part in mass disturbances’ is of unprecedented cynicism. There is not only video footage demonstrating his innocence, but the charges are under Russian legislation which not even Russia would claim was in force on Feb 26, 2014 | detail

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26.01.2015

Russia in no hurry to answer for its Soviet-type bans on Dzhemiliev and Yuksel

Two court hearings over appeals lodged against bans imposed since Russia’s annexation of Crimea on people linked with the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, or representative assembly, have been postponed. | detail

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