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Rosyjski dziennikarz przed sądem w Kijowie (6)

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Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky sits on the dock prior to the Kiev's Appeal Court hearing, in Kiev on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky sits on the dock prior to the Kiev's Appeal Court hearing, in Kiev, on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky sits on the dock prior to the Kiev's Appeal Court hearing, in Kiev, on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky attends prior to the Kiev's Appeal Court hearing in Kiev, on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky speaks with his lawyer as he is reflected by a protective glass prior to his Kiev's Appeal Court hearing, in Kiev on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard escort Ukrainian-Russian journalist Kyrylo Vyshynsky after his Kiev's Appeal Court hearing, in Kiev, on August 13, 2019. - The court changed the date of the hearing considering an appeal and might release Kyrylo Vyshynsky from detention until his trial. Vyshynsky is a journalist from Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency who is accused of treason. Russian President Putin called the arrest of Vyshynsky "unprecedented" as Ukraine's SBU accused the journalist of travelling to Crimea in 2014 to carry out "subversive" reporting to justify the peninsula's annexation by Moscow. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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