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- January 21, 2022
This online version was corrected to depict the correct age of Zarema Mussaeva.
- January 19, 2022
We have corrected the online version of this release to indicate that Alaa M. was arrested in June 2020 not June 2019.
- January 7, 2022
An earlier version stated Prime Minister Pashinyan had disclosed the composition of the CSTO force on January 5. The composition of the force was reported by media a few hours later and this statement was corrected to reflect this.
- December 14, 2021
The Hungary chapter of the 2022 World Report has been corrected to clarify three points: 1) the May 2020 law adopted in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic gives authorities power to declare future health emergencies, which would allow to it issue decrees on public health matters without oversight. 2) The limitation on adoption introduced in December 2020 restricting it in most cases to married couples was made by a law, while the language stigmatizing transgender people was contained in a constitutional amendment. 3) The Hungarian law requiring organizations to declare if they receive foreign funding and another law criminalizing assistance to asylum seekers and migrants are the subject of separate rulings by the EU Court of Justice.
- December 13, 2021
Correction (January 18, 2022): A sentence in this chapter was updated to more accurately reflect the status of the ongoing legal case against Azat Isakov.
- December 13, 2021
This chapter has been edited to correctly reflect the date of Alexandre Lashkarava’s death.
- December 8, 2021
The list of signatories was updated at 1:30 pm EST on Thursday, December 9.
- November 30, 2021
This dispatch has been corrected to clarify that the group fighting the Myanmar military is an anti-junta militia.
- November 22, 2021
This statement has been corrected by deleting a duplicate name in the list of signatories, bringing the number of signatories to 45.
- November 17, 2021
Correction: An earlier version stated that Nessma and Al-Quran al-Kareem were closed on October 11. While the order first came on the 11th, this piece has been updated to reflect that the actual closure occurred on October 27.