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The case of the missing president: what is going on with INTERPOL?

admin - October 15, 2018

 

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Fair Trials highlights the abuse of cross-border policing measures in the name of ‘counter terrorism’

admin - September 21, 2018

Fair Trials held a side-event at the OSCE’s Human Dimension Implementation Meeting on the abuse of cross-border cooperation mechanisms in the name of counter terrorism. The side event was held in conjunction with the Civic Solidarity Platform’s Working Group on Counter-Terrorism, Anti-Extremism and Human Rights, which Fair Trials coordinates the Moscow-based SOVA Center for Information and Analysis.  

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European Commission acknowledges dangers of INTERPOL abuse

admin - August 16, 2018

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Why does Bill Browder keep getting arrested?

admin - June 29, 2018

Last week, Bill Browder announced via Twitter that Russia was making a seventh request to have him arrested, just 3 weeks after he was arrested in Spain. After his Spanish arrest, INTERPOL released the following statement: “There is not, and never has been, a Red Notice for Bill Browder. Mr Browder is not wanted via Interpol channels.”

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NEED HELP?

Get in touch about your case

admin - May 23, 2018

If you've been affected by an alert through INTERPOL, and would like help, or just to share your story, then please get in touch with us. 

We've created a questionnaire for people who think they be affected by an INTERPOL alert, which you can access here.

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Publication

Fair Trials letter to EU about Turkish dissidents targeted by authoritarian regimes

May 1, 2018
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Fair Trials calls on EU to protect dissidents targeted by authoritarian regimes

admin - May 1, 2018

On Monday 30th April 2018, Fair Trials wrote to the President of the European Commission, urging the commission to prevent Turkey from abusing INTERPOL’s processes to persecute its critics.

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CASE STUDY

Azer Samadov

editor - March 24, 2018

Azer Samadov, a former Azerbaijani political refugee who currently has Dutch citzenship, was subject to an INTERPOL arrest warrant for six years.

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CASE STUDY

Nadejda Atayeva

editor - March 24, 2018

In March 2000 Nadejda Atayeva, along with her brother and father, were charged with embezzlement by the Uzbek authorities after her father questioned the authority’s claims over their food production. They subsequently fled Uzbekistan, which led to an INTERPOL Red Notice. Nadejda fled to France, where she was granted refugee status.

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CASE STUDY

Rachel Baines

editor - March 24, 2018

Rachel Baines’ life was completely transformed as a result of an INTERPOL Red Notice.

Rachel (not her real name) was a 28 year-old who had been employed as cabin crew for two airlines based in the Middle East. Whilst living there she took out a small loan to buy a car and gave a cheque as security. Unfortunately Rachel injured her foot and, whilst on sick leave she left the country, which resulted in her losing her job.

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