TITLE

Exiled Yuri Orlov

PUB. DATE
December 1984
SOURCE
Newsweek;12/10/1984, Vol. 104 Issue 23, p57
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Exiled Yuri Orlov. Exiled 10 months ago to Kobya, a Siberian town, Orlov recently revealed his living conditions and needs. The dissident served 7 years for his human-rights activities as founder of the Moscow-Helsinki Watch Group. Before his arrest, Orlov was one of the country's leading specialists in the acceleration of subatomic particles.
ACCESSION #
8400006310

 

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