Russian Federation: Health concern/fear for safety / ill-treatment /possible prisoner of conscience: Olga Kitova
Journalist Olga Kitova is facing detention and possible imprisonment, apparently because of newspaper articles in which she alleged official corruption. She suffers ill-health and Amnesty International is concerned that her life would be in danger if she were again detained, and would consider her a possible prisoner of conscience.
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