Crimean ‘court’ to hold another session in cases of four detained Crimean Tatars
Russian police detained them on May 18, as they drove cars adorned with national flags, - Crimean human rights watchers
Another court hearing will take place in cases of Crimean Tatar activists, who were detained by the Russian police in Crimea in May 2016.
According to the Crimean human rights group, the hearings will be held on August 29 and September 1.
Previously, on May 18, as Crimean Tatars marked the anniversary of Stalin-designed 1944 deportation of their people to Central Asia, Russian law enforcers detained four activists – Ablyakim Ablyakimov, Seitamut Seitumerov, Enver Chavushev and Alim Muslyadinov. They’ve been held in a pre-trial detention centre ever since.
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