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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge said Friday he is "comforted" that Russia has agreed to respect the Olympic Charter's ban on any kind of discrimination following its adoption of a law against gay "propaganda" that has sparked

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Moscow :: Russia | 8 months ago

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree banning demonstrations and rallies for two and a half months in Sochi around the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the official government newspaper, published the presidential decree

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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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Russia bans public protests at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Mr Putin's decree sets up a "forbidden" zone in Sochi Russia has banned demonstrations and rallies in Sochi around the Winter Olympics in 2014, in a move immediately denounced by rights

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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago    Associated Press Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree banning demonstrations and rallies for two and a half months in Sochi around the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Rossiyskaya

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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree banning demonstrations and rallies for two and a half months in Sochi around the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the official government newspaper, published the presidential decree

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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge said Friday he is "comforted" that Russia has agreed to respect the Olympic Charter's ban on any kind of discrimination following its adoption of a law against gay "propaganda" that has sparked

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Moscow :: Russia | 8 months ago

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In a letter to the IOC presidential candidates, Human Rights Watch and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), asked for their views on human rights as criticism of Russia's new anti-gay law mounts just six months before the country's 2014 Winter

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Ottawa :: Canada | 8 months ago

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Canada's Immigration Minister Chris Alexander criticized Russia Friday for its recently enacted anti-gay law, saying it was a particular concern in light of its role as host of the upcoming Winter Olympics. "It's a real concern," Alexander said at an

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Sochi :: Russia | 8 months ago

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree banning demonstrations and rallies for two and a half months in Sochi around the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the official government newspaper, published the presidential decree

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Moscow :: Russia | 8 months ago

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Not for the first time in its long history the International Olympic Committee finds itself in the uncomfortable position of being expected to uphold widely accepted international values at the same time as avoiding direct political interference. As

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