Aliev regime has freed dozens of opposition figures and dissidents this year in an apparent attempt to assuage Western criticism.
‘I knew long ago that in the USA unevenly breathe to my younger friends,’ Ramzan Kadyrov says in puzzling Instagram post.
A group of seven men received sentences totaling 42 years for recruiting for the Islamic State or fighting on its behalf in Syria.
A traffic police officer who documents stories from his job has amassed a loyal following on the Internet.
News broke last week of a potentially wide-ranging problem, prompting action by the authorities.
Fatmir Limaj, finally cleared of wartime crimes after 13 years, wants Kosovo authorities to pay for his days in jail.
Incident comes days after police in southern Russia detained the opposition leader in an anti-terrorist operation.
While the authorities say it was a routine detention, activist’s supporters say he and his colleagues were singled out.
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