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The co-chair of a Nobel-winning rights group in Russia gets 30 months in jail for criticizing war

  • Oleg Orlov, a veteran human rights advocate in Russia, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for "repeatedly discrediting" the Russian army.
  • Orlov rejected the politically motivated case against him, stating, "I don’t regret anything and I don’t repent anything."
  • The harsh verdict reflects Russia's decreasing tolerance for criticism, as other government critics have faced prison sentences for speaking out.
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