Russia, free librarian Natalya Sharina

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Natalya Sharina, director of the Library of Ukrainian Literature in Moscow, was arrested in October after police raided her workplace and home looking for ‘extremist literature’.

After they allegedly found work by a banned writer, Natalya was forced to spend two nights in a prison cell and now faces up to five years in jail – simply for exercising her right to freedom of expression.

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from Amnesty International

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https://www.amnesty.org.uk/actions/russia-free-librarian-natalya-sharina?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=20151215173100&utm_campaign=Freedom_of_expression

 

 

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