Boris Zaturensky, a 30-year-old activist from Minsk, was tried around Dec. 1 and sentenced to three years in a labor camp for “violation of foreign currency laws,” it was reported by the National Conference on Soviet Jewry. The trial was held in Minsk. No other information was immediately available. Meanwhile, the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry said it learned from “refuseniks” Arkady and Lina Rabinov of Leningrad that Soviet Jewish activists will hold a hunger strike Dec. 24-25 to mark the fifth anniversary of the sentences in the first Leningrad trial Solidarity strikes in the U.S. are being planned.
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