Kazakh Civil Rights Activist Gets One Year In Prison For 'Inflicting Bodily Damage'.

A well-known Kazakh civil rights activist has been sentenced to one year in prison for 'inflicting bodily damage' on a 39-year-old woman, which she denies.

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