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Russian law enforcers search house of local web provider, Crimean settlement remains without Internet

The provider, a Crimean Tatar man, lives in Zuya settlement; it has been cut off the Internet since morning
17:06, 27 August 2019

Russian special service agent, masked, Crimea
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Russian law enforcers searched the house of a local Internet provider in Zuya settlement in the Russian-occupied Crimea. The apartment of his parents was searched, too. Mammet Mambetov, the lawyer posted that on Facebook.

There has been no Internet in Zuya since morning", the lawyer reported.

Related: Crimean Tatar Bekirov may be transferred to house arrest, - lawyers

In late July, the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people claimed that since the beginning of the year, members of Russian special services detained 57 Crimean Tatars.

Over the first six months of 2019, the Mejlis observed 73 illegal searches (55 of them - in the houses of Crimean Tatars), 69 detentions (57 of these detained are Crimean Tatars), 57 interrogations, 200 arrests and 381 violations of the right for the fair trial.

Related: Russian court extends arrest of Crimean Tatar convicts in Hizb ut-Tahrir case

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