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In November 2010, 5 people were dead and at least 8
injured in racist and neo-Nazi attacks (in November 2009, 5 people were dead
and 27 injured). In all, from the beginning of 2010, 35 people in Russia were dead
and at least 297 injured in such attacks.
In October 2010, one was dead and at least
16 people were injured in racist and neo-Nazi attacks (in October 2009, 4
people were dead and 28 injured). In all, from the beginning of 2010, 26 people
were dead and at least 276 injured in such attacks.
In September 2010, one was dead and at least 14 people were injured in
racist and neo-Nazi attacks (in September 2009, 9 people were dead and 36
injured). In all, from the beginning of 2010, 23 people in Russia were
dead and at least 241 injured in such attacks.
2010, at least 8 people became victims of racist and neo-Nazi attacks, namely
in Moscow and the region, in Vladivostok,
region, and Perm. In July 2009, one person was dead and 12 injured.
2010, a sharp decline of racist and neo-Nazi attacks was registered. A
from Yakutia became a victim of an attack in Moscow, a Krishnaite was
Yaroslavl region and a female Jehovah’s Witnesses member in
Yekaterinburg. In the
same period of 2009, two people were killed and 29 wounded. Due to the
of data collection, the current information on 2010 do not reflect the
situation. We now become aware of most of incidents at least one or two
On April 22, 2010, it became known that the appeal "To all who sympathize with the victims of Beslan terrorist attack' by Voice of Beslan was after all blacklisted as extremist. Voice of Beslan is a grassroots non-governmental organization appeared in the aftermath of the 2004 North Ossetian Beslan school hostage crisis. It comprises a part of the Mothers of Beslan support and advocacy group of relatives of the victims.
The prosecutor's office in Rostov-on-Don issued a warning about extremist activity to Konstantin Baranov, the author of the report on xenophobia and discrimination in the region ("Xenophobia and Discrimination in the Rostov Region in 2008. A Report on the Results of Human Rights Monitoring'). The warning has been received on February19th though it is dated February 9th.