A Russian court has extended the detention of US-Russian journalist Alsu Kurmasheva, Russian state news agency TASS reported from the courtroom Monday. Kurmasheva, the editor for the Tatar-Bashkir ...
on a Russian court's extension of the detention of U.S. journalist Alsu Kurmasheva. "Alsu Kurmasheva committed no crime. Yet she has been unjustly detained and forced to live in horrific ...
Another journalist, Alsu Kurmasheva, of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty ... Gershkovich was last seen in a Moscow court in February, when his pre-trial detention was again extended for 30 days. "As ...
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Kurmasheva's pre-trial detention was extended until April 5. She's facing charges of failure to self-register as a foreign ...
The detention of journalists like Kurmasheva and Gershkovich is a stark reminder of the risks that journalists face in pursuing their work, and the need for governments to protect and respect ...
Asked about Kurmasheva at a Tuesday news briefing, U.S. State Department deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel said the Biden administration remains "deeply concerned" about her detention and believes ...
Earlier this month, his pretrial detention was re-extended until late June. Meanwhile, Kurmasheva, a dual U.S.-Russian national who works at the Tatar-Bashkir service of VOA’s sister outlet ...
In late March, a Moscow court extended Gershkovich’s pretrial detention until the end of ... former Marine Paul Whelan and journalist Alsu Kurmasheva. In her remarks, Thomas-Greenfield ...