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Azerbaijani activist Leyla Yunus, a finalist for the Sakharov Prize, has spent nearly three months behind bars. Her lawyers and family say the prize, announced October 21, may be her best chance at release.
After Serhiy Zakharov's artworks went viral in Donetsk, the artist's situation became more precarious -- eventually leading to him being detained and, he says, tortured and threatened with execution.
The Russian foreign minister criticized Washington’s “double standards" in the fight against terrorism and the Islamic State militant group.
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Gulnaz and Salima, two young Kyrgyz women, each went abroad to pursue a job offer, only to be abused, threatened, and forced into prostitution by their so-called employers. They are among countless Kyrgyz women who have become the victims of human trafficking.
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