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For the first time, a Ukrainian court has ruled to confiscate the assets of a Russian billionaire.
Belarus's Supreme Court has ruled that a group of former law enforcement officers who support opposition politicians is a terrorist group.
"I love you."
– Journalist Ivan Safronov after being sentenced to 22 years in prison for treason
Three American tech leaders, Tinder, Whatsapp, and Snapchat, are being sued in a Russian court.
In the coming months, the State Duma will likely consider full annexation of occupied territories of Ukraine.
“Prone to betrayal, lies and deceit. He refused to participate in a special military operation on the territory of the LPR, DPR and Ukraine.”
Russian lawmakers have been vigorously adding new laws in response to political and cultural developments and public protests, rather than due to pressure from the public or practical necessity.
The National Anti-Corruption Committee has proposed resurrecting the Soviet-era law against “sabotage.”
"The Committee against Torture has been protecting the rights of citizens who have suffered from torture and inhuman treatment by government officials all their lives. Despite the obvious benefits of this mission, the authorities have been trying for many years to give it an alien and harmful outline... Apparently, the authorities are giving a signal that torture is becoming (or has already become) part of state policy and is not a problem. Here I would like to remind you about the Constitution, where torture is prohibited (for the time being)."
The Ukrainian government is banning two Latin letters used by Russian invasion forces.
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