Russia has conditionally released an activist accused of high treason for phoning the Ukrainian embassy in Moscow

Russian activist Svetlana Davydova (2nd R), her husband Anatoly Gorlov (L) and children Spartak (2nd R), Kassandra (3rd L), Eduard (R) and Artur pose for a picture in Vyazma, February 4, 2015. Russia has conditionally released an activist accused of high treason for phoning the Ukrainian embassy in Moscow to warn that Russian soldiers might be heading to eastern Ukraine, her husband said on February 3. Gorlov told Reuters by telephone that Davydova was on her way home. But Davydova, who is bringing up seven children with her husband, will have her movements restricted and still faces up to 20 years in jail if convicted in a trial. Source: Reuters

Russian activist Svetlana Davydova (2nd R), her husband Anatoly Gorlov (L) and children Spartak (2nd R), Kassandra (3rd L), Eduard (R) and Artur pose for a picture in Vyazma, February 4, 2015. Russia has conditionally released an activist accused of high treason for phoning the Ukrainian embassy in Moscow to warn that Russian soldiers might be heading to eastern Ukraine, her husband said on February 3. Gorlov told Reuters by telephone that Davydova was on her way home. But Davydova, who is bringing up seven children with her husband, will have her movements restricted and still faces up to 20 years in jail if convicted in a trial. Source: Reuters

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