Amnesty International's Moscow office door, sealed by authorities on November 2.
Amnesty International's Moscow office door, sealed by authorities on November 2. YURI KOCHETKOV

Moscow unlocks Amnesty door

HUMAN rights group Amnesty International can return to its Moscow office after its eviction earlier this week, a Kremlin human rights adviser says. A vocal critic of Russia over its bombing campaign in Syria, Amnesty had said it believed the eviction might be part of an official crackdown on civil society groups. On Wednesday morning, staff turned up to work to find the locks had been changed (pictured) and the power cut off. The Moscow city government, from which Amnesty leases the premises, said there had been a mix-up.



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