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Russian Justice Ministry Adds Banned Tatar Group To Its Extremist List.

The Russian Justice Ministry's headquarters in Moscow (file photo)

The Russian Justice Ministry's headquarters in Moscow (file photo)

Russia's Justice Ministry has added the banned All-Tatar Public Center (TIU) to its list of extremist organizations, the Federal Security Service said on November 18. In June, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Tatarstan labeled the leading NGO, which is involved in promoting and protecting Tatar history, culture, and language, as an extremist group. The TIU started its activities in 1989. In recent years, the organization has been under pressure from authorities in the wake of an ongoing crackdown on NGOs, independent media, and democratic institutions across Russia. To read the original story by Interfax, click here .

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