Prague Watchdog's articles on Anna Politkovskaya
Nazran hosts events in memory of Anna Politkovskaya
October 8th 2007 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský
On Sunday October 7 Ingushetia’s largest city hosted two events in memory of journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who was murdered one year ago.
Is Burayev’s arrest targeted at businessman Saidullayev?
September 28th 2007 Prague Watchdog / Umalt Chadayev
North Caucasus expert Aslambek Apayev is firmly convinced that Shamil Burayev, former head of Chechnya's Achkhoy-Martanovsky district , had nothing to do with the murder of prominent Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
Prague remembers Anna Politkovskaya
March 21st 2007 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský
A public reading from a new book by murdered journalist Anna Politkovskaya was held in Prague on Tuesday, organized by the Berlin-based Peter Weiss Foundation for Art and Politics.
Brussels memorial party honors Anna Politkovskaya
November 2nd 2006 Prague Watchdog / Ivo Šír
Book excerpts and articles by the slain Russian journalist were read during the event, which was also attended by several Belgian celebrities.
Nazran picketers intend to sue for justice
October 20th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Umalt Chadayev
Participants in the thwarted rally in honour of Anna Politkovskaya in Nazran have proof of unlawful actions by the Ingush police.
Czech journalists response to Politkovskaya murder
October 14th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Czech Union of Journalists
"Turning to the use of guns is the worst possible means of resolving disputes and is often used by those unable to verbally explain their actions," says the journalists' letter to the Russian ambassador.
Prague's Forum 2000 honors Anna Politkovskaya
October 12th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský
"We want friendship with Russia, but that requires openness, otherwise it would be a false friendship," said Václav Havel during the discussion.
Remembering Anna Politkovskaya
October 8th 2006 Prague Watchdog / Tomáš Vršovský
Anna has paid the ultimate price for her job. This courageous woman, by telling the truth, induced fear in the powers-that-be.