The journalist detained in the Russian Federation opened her veins in a pre-trial detention center

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 A journalist detained in the Russian Federation opened her veins in a pre-trial detention center

In Russia, journalist Maria Ponomarenko, who is accused of discrediting the Russian army, opened her veins in a pre-trial detention center, where she has been held since April.

A journalist from RusNews was detained on April 24 in Petersburg, she is charged with an article about “fake” about the Russian army because of a March 17 publication about the theater in Mariupol.

It is reported that Ponomarenko broke a window and cut her arm with shrapnel. She survived.

In addition, according to haggin.az, her stay in the pre-trial detention center had a strong impact on the journalist's mental health.

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