A Ukrainian photojournalist takes part in a rally in support of freelance photographer Denis Sinyakov in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev September 27, 2013. A Russian court ordered 20 Greenpeace ... more 
A Ukrainian photojournalist takes part in a rally in support of freelance photographer Denis Sinyakov in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev September 27, 2013. A Russian court ordered 20 Greenpeace activists from around the world to be held in custody for two months pending further investigation over a protest against offshore oil drilling in the Arctic, drawing condemnation and a vow to appeal. In proceedings that Greenpeace said evoked Soviet-era scare tactics, activists from a ship used in the protest at an oil rig were led to court in the port of Murmansk in handcuffs and held in cages for a series of hearings that ended early on Friday. Twenty activists, Sinyakov and a freelance videographer were ordered to be held for two months, while eight activists were ordered to be held for three days pending a further hearing, the environmental advocacy group said. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: MEDIA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS ENERGY CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) less 
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Reuters | Photo By GLEB GARANICH / REUTERS
Fri, Sep 27, 2013 10:17 AM EDT