Kara-Murza Transferred to Siberian Top Security Prison

Russian authorities have transferred opposition politician and human rights activist Vladimir Kara-Murza to a maximum security prison in Siberia where he is about to serve 25 years for treason and for disseminating fake news about the Russian Army and its actions in Ukraine, one of his lawyers, announced on Sunday.

Georgians Protest National Bank Decision not to Apply Western Sanctions

Protests erupted on Tuesday after the National Bank of the Caucasian country of Georgia decided not to apply U.S., EU, or U.K. sanctions related to Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine when they target Georgian citizens, unless they have been convicted of a crime by a Georgian court.