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Moscow court jails journalist for one-person protest during coronavirus lockdown

Reuters Thursday, 28 May 2020
A Moscow court on Thursday jailed a prominent anti-Kremlin journalist for a one-person protest during the city's coronavirus lockdown, sentencing him to 15 days in prison.
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