Judge Irina Khimicheva upheld the sentence against a nationalist: €147 for six stab wounds.
The foreign citizen protected by ECHR from extradition to Tajikistan is taken away to an unknown destination two weeks before release.
Rights activists who accompanied the girl were accused of trying to “legalize all across-the-board”.
A refugee from Baku has been living in a hotel for the last 30 years, where she was settled “temporarily” by Moscow government. To put it mildly, hotel’s owner is not happy about it.
Migration authority accuses refugees of violation of the Russian Federation sojourn rules without controlling whether their stay in Russia is actually illegal.
The Moscow Region Department of Education asks the head of Noginsk Municipal District to assist Syrians in gaining access to educational institutions.
Migration Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs denied refugee status application but Luberetsky court judge issued a more humane decision.
A citizen of Turkmenistan is illegally detained in Sakharovo Detention Center for Foreign Nationals (DCFN) on the basis of an erroneous deportation order.
Nazi Maksim Martsinkevich and his crazy “Restrukt” (“Restruct”) have turned violence into a cult.
Refugees from Ukraine explain why they had registered in the human rights activist Tatiana Kotlyar’s apartment.
The court referred to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
Despite the decision of the Supreme Court dated August 27, 2015 which explained Decree # 32 of the Ministry of Education and Science “On Statement of Admission for Studying on Educational Programs of Primary General, Basic General and Secondary Education”, schools keep denying foreign children admission citing this very decree.