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The latest from Freedom House:

 Turkish authorities are ordered to block broadcasts by more than a dozen independent TV and radio outlets.

Polish authorities have become more vocal about the rights of Poles living overseas, but they remain reluctant to address attacks on migrants, ethnic minorities, and political opponents inside the country.

Russia's Supreme Court upheld the banning of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis and designated it as an “extremist organization."

Freedom House today released a report assessing Kenya’s progress towards improving government accountability, promoting civic liberties, human rights, rule of law and transparency over a three-year

In response to the assault against journalist and environmental activist Grigory Pasko in the Russian city of Barnaul, Freedom House issued a statement.

Despite serious voting irregularities, the Azerbaijani Central Election Commission accepted the results of the September 26 referendum approving Constitutional changes.

Representatives of Russia, China, and the United States all called for peace and cooperation at the UN General Assembly last week, but their rhetoric revealed key differences on democracy and human rights.

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