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In Russia: Ukrainian library boss in Moscow found guilty of ‘extremism’


Natalya Sharina, 59, was given a four-year suspended sentence for allegedly inciting ethnic hatred against Russians. A Russian court on Monday found the former head of a Ukrainian library in Moscow guilty of “extremism” in a high-profile case critics labelled a political witchhunt.Natalya Sharina, 59, was given a four-year suspended sentence for allegedly inciting ethnic hatred against Russians by stocking books by a banned Ukrainian nationalist writer, and for a separate embezzlement charge.The lengthy case against Sharina — who has been under house arrest since 2015 — comes as relations between ex-Soviet neighbours Ukraine and Russia have collapsed over Moscow’s …read more

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