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- June 24, 2021
We have corrected this article to indicate that two young bloggers were detained by Chechen police in February.
- June 19, 2021
This presser has been updated to reflect that Raeesi was an official within the judiciary during the mass executions of 1988.
- June 18, 2021
This press release has been updated to reflect the correct date the Egyptian army overthrew and arrested former President Morsy.
- June 16, 2021
Due to security concerns that have come to our attention, certain sections of this article have been removed or edited since publication
- June 15, 2021
7/28/2021: This version of the joint statement has been updated to reflect additional members of the Ibrahimachah family and to correct the spelling of the family's last name.
- May 26, 2021
This news release incorrectly stated the estimates of Norwegian nationals still detained in Northeast Syria as 37, when the correct estimate is at least 8. The news release also incorrectly stated the number of Finnish nationals repatriated from Northeast Syria as 8, whereas the correct number is 10.
- May 23, 2021
7/7/2021: This version of the press release amends the spelling of Mohammed al-Rabea's last name.
- May 11, 2021
This dispatch has been updated to reflect that Sattoriy was found guilty of four counts of extortion and one count of slander.
- April 20, 2021
This dispatch was amended to correct the spelling of Philando Castile
- April 20, 2021
This commentary has been amended to reflect the conditions under which a person found guilty for "unlawful" protesting can face prison time.