Accuracy in Media

Russia could free Pussy Riot and Greenpeace activists

WASHINGTON — Russian President Vladimir Putin brought up an idea to amnesty two members of the punk protest band Pussy Riot and 30 Greenpeace activists that protested close to a Russia oil rig. Reuters reported that Putin plans to amnesty these detainees to mark this month’s anniversary of the adoption of Russia’s post-Communist constitution in 1993. […]

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Russia arrests Greenpeace activists, charges them with Piracy

WASHINGTON — Russian authorities arrested and charged Greenpeace activists from various nations with piracy, after interfering in a protest. Reuters reported that the activists protested against Arctic oil drilling at a platform by the Russian government-owned energy company Gazprom. The charges are punishable for up to 15 years in prison. Thirty activists boarded a Russian […]

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