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Russian courts ruled appropriately in dismissing a defamation claim brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against Novaya Gazeta, which had referred to the late Soviet leader as a "bloodthirsty cannibal," the European Court of Human Rights said Thursday.
(Issue # 1844) The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday sided with the Russian courts, declaring inadmissible a defamation claim against the Novaya Gazeta newspaper by Stalin's grandson, Yevgeny Dzhugashvili. Photo: Bundesarchiv / ...St. Petersburg Times Russia, 1 month ago ECHR BACKS RUSSIAN COURTS IN STALIN DEFAMATION CASE St. Petersburg Times Russia, 1 month ago Europe's Top Rights Court Rejects Defamation Claim Brought by Stalin's Grandson Moscow Times, 1 month ago
More than half of Russians believe Soviet leader Josef Stalin played a positive role in Russia, a poll published Tuesday by the independent Levada Center revealed.
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