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Russian TV journalist Marina Ovsyannikova appears in court over anti-Putin protest


Marina Ovsyannikova, a journalist who became known after protesting against the Russian military action in Ukraine during a prime-time news broadcast on state television, waits for a Moscow court session inside a defendants' cage over charges of "discrediting" the Russian army fighting in Ukraine. As she waits, Ovsyannikova holds up a paper that reads 'May the dead children haunt you in your dreams'. She is facing up to 10 years in prison, if convicted. IMAGES

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