Photographer Denis Sinyakov, one of the 30 people detained after a Greenpeace protest at the Prirazlomnaya platform who is currently held at a pretrial detention centre, is seen on a screen installed ... more 
Photographer Denis Sinyakov, one of the 30 people detained after a Greenpeace protest at the Prirazlomnaya platform who is currently held at a pretrial detention centre, is seen on a screen installed inside a court building during a court session in Murmansk, October 8, 2013. Russia shrugged off Dutch legal action over its detention and prosecution of Greenpeace activists for piracy on Saturday as protesters took to the streets internationally to call for the 30 detainees to be freed. The Netherlands launched legal proceedings against Russia on Friday, saying it had unlawfully detained activists and others on the Dutch-registered ship last month as it protested against drilling in the Arctic. REUTERS/Stringer (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ENERGY CIVIL UNREST) less 
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