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Winner of the 1977 Nobel Peace Prize, Amnesty International includes people from all walks of life taking action and is composed of more than 2.2 million human rights activists worldwide. Its members protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dig...
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Sergei Nikitin, the head of ...
Sergei Nikitin, the head of Amnesty International's Moscow office, and Vladimir Lukin, the Kremlin-appointed human rights ombudsman, are among those who confirmed to Russian news agencies that they would accept the invitation to Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, reportedly sent Thursday from an email address supposedly belonging to Snowden.
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Serge Bloch in Moscow with Sergei Nikitin, director of Amnesty International's Moscow office, for the publication of The Enemy: A Book About Peace in Russian.
Activists Held At U2's Moscow Concert
Sergei Nikitin, head of Amnesty International's Russian branch, told the Interfax news agency that five activists from the international rights watchdog activists were detained at the start of the concert late on Wednesday.
"I am very sad about what happened.
I do not know if Bono knew about what happened to us, but I fear that he
did not," he
Instead, under the watchful protection of ...
Instead, under the watchful protection of Putin's FSB agents (according to Amnesty International's Sergei Nikitin, an eyewitness to the "men in suits" surrounding Snowden, and several others), Snowden courageously denounced America's human rights record and vowed to help lead us to our privacy promised land.
"There is every reason to expect ...
"There is every reason to expect that this law will be adopted and applied to clamp down on international civil society and undermine the independence and freedom of action of national human-rights groups carrying out critical work in Russia," said Sergei Nikitin, Amnesty International's Moscow director.
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