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Journalist Mykola Semena earlier detained in Crimea got released against undertaking not to leave

21.04.2016, 01:45

The journalist Mykola Semena detained in the annexed Crimea by Russian authorities on April 19, was released after interrogation against an undertaking not to leave. Krym.Realii reported this after receiving information from the journalist's attorney Emil Kuberdinov. The occupation authorities accuse the journalist of sending for publication to Krym.Realii an article (titled "Blockade is the necessary first step to liberate Crimea") that Russian experts consider "extremist." 

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