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Sentences Pronounced In 'Bulgaria' Tourist Boat Tragedy

A court in Kazan, the capital of Russia's Republic of Tatarstan, has sentenced five defendants in a high-profile case involving the sinking of an overcrowded tourist boat in 2011. More

Russia Bars Tatar Leader From Crimea

Russia has barred a leading member of Crimea's Tatar community from entering the peninsula for five years. More

All Defendants Found Guilty In Sinking Of Russian Tourist Boat

A court in Kazan, the capital of Russia's Republic of Tatarstan, has found all five defendants guilty in a high-profile case involving the sinking of an overcrowded tourist boat in 2011. More

Sites In Tatarstan, Belarus Inscribed On UNESCO World Heritage List

The ancient city of Bolgar in Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan has been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, while a transboundary forest site in Belarus and Poland has been extended. More

Eight Ex-Officers In Tatarstan Sentenced In High-Profile Torture Case

Eight former police officers in Russia's Republic of Tatarstan have been sentenced to prison terms of between two and 15 years in a high-profile torture case. More

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Sentences Pronounced In 'Bulgaria' Tourist Boat Tragedy

A court in Kazan, the capital of Russia's Republic of Tatarstan, has sentenced five defendants in a high-profile case involving the sinking of an overcrowded tourist boat in 2011.
More

Russia Bars Tatar Leader From Crimea

Russia has barred a leading member of Crimea's Tatar community from entering the peninsula for five years.
More

All Defendants Found Guilty In Sinking Of Russian Tourist Boat

A court in Kazan, the capital of Russia's Republic of Tatarstan, has found all five defendants guilty in a high-profile case involving the sinking of an overcrowded tourist boat in 2011.
More

Sites In Tatarstan, Belarus Inscribed On UNESCO World Heritage List

The ancient city of Bolgar in Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan has been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, while a transboundary forest site in Belarus and Poland has been extended.
More

Eight Ex-Officers In Tatarstan Sentenced In High-Profile Torture Case

Eight former police officers in Russia's Republic of Tatarstan have been sentenced to prison terms of between two and 15 years in a high-profile torture case.
More
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