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Mustafa Dzhemilev, the long-time leader of the Crimean Tatars has been banned from the peninsula since Russia annexed the Ukrainian region in March 2014. But his wife, Safinar Dzhemileva, remains in Crimea and spoke recently to Mumin Shakirov of RFE/RL's Russian Service. More
A former high-ranking KGB officer is accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of falsifying his rank in the spy agency and using dirty tricks to derail a probe into sweeping Kremlin corruption. More
At least four Western scholars in Russia have been deported, fined, or threatened with these penalties over the past year due to alleged visa violations, unnerving many U.S. and European academics whose career advancement often depends on access to Russian archives. More
A convoy of U.S. military troops has met with warm welcomes in the Baltics and Poland. But a number of bloggers and pro-Russian media said the cheers would stop once the convoy reached the Czech Republic. More
The only Crimean Tatar television channel in Crimea could be closed down on April 1 if it's not able to register with the Russian government. Locals see the pressure against ATR television as part of a broader campaign of intimidation against Crimean Tatars since Russia occupied Crimea last year. More
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