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The Supreme Court confirms: Jehovah's Witnesses outlawed in Rostov
Upheld a ruling passed in September by the provincial court of the city on the Black Sea. Communities in the cities of Taganrog, Neklinov Matveeva and Kurgan-can no longer carry out activities and must withdraw. 34 publications banned for "extremist content" and property confiscated. Jehovah's Witnesses are turning to the European Court.
Head of Altai Jehovah's Witnesses convicted of 'extremism'
New court sentence against the persecuted community in Russia. NGOs for human rights denounce religious extremism law, which resulted in authorities blacklisting at least 265 organizations.
11/04/2017 16:54:00 RUSSIA
Experts slam baseless charges in recessed Jehovah's Witnesses’ trial
Justice set trial to resume tomorrow. Government lawyers fail to answer questions, appear unprepared. Defence lawyers challenge charges of extremism.
Russia, attacks on Jehovah's Witnesses and Pentecostals increase under anti-extremism law
Experts from the Sova center denounce the escalation of attacks against religious minorities. On November 25 Tagarong trial opens against 16 Jehovah's Witnesses accused of extremism for continuing to pray and read the Bible together, after the ban on the community decided by the Russian Supreme Court in 2009.
The Russian government confirms condemnation of Jehovah's Witnesses
The Ministry of Justice confirmed Supreme Court decisions. Trials pending in several Russian cities to outlaw faithful branded as "religious extremists". New Year, Molotov cocktails against a Kingdom Hall near Volgograd.
Orthodox nationalists attempt to prevent Jehovah's Witnesses congress
The event should take place this weekend, but the organization 'Council of the People' asks the attorney general to verify its legality: "The JWs are a dangerous cult and violate the law."
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