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Tajikistan's top prosecutor pledged on Monday to bring to "justice"
Tajikistan's top prosecutor pledged on Monday to bring to "justice" a foreign-based opposition journalist over calls to overthrow the government of the ex-Soviet republic.

"Sooner or later he will face justice," Bobodzhon Bobokhonov told a news conference on Monday.

The Tajik prosecutor general's office brought criminal charges against Dododzhon Atovullayev, 53, and put him on the country's wanted list at the Tajik Interior Ministry's request in September.

The republic's organized crime department accused Atovullayev, the editor-in-chief of the Charogi Ruz (Daylight) newspaper and leader of the Vatandor (Patriot) opposition movement, of "libeling the country's president and government members and urging the overthrow of the constitutional order."


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