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A London journalist was refused bail in a Russian court today and faces 15 years in prison.
Journalist Kieron Bryan was filming activists on board a Greenpeace ship, when Russian authorities arrested everyone on board last month.
ITV London's Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports:
Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham Harriet Harman has told ITV London that journalist Kieron Byron held in Russia over piracy charges, is "not a threat to the Russian state", adding that he should not be mistaken for an activist.
The brother of the Peckham-based journalist held in Russia over piracy charges has told ITV News there is a small comfort in seeing Kieron Byron on video footage obtained, but it was still difficult to see him in a courtroom "where he does not understand what is going on".
Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham Harriet Harman has demanded a meeting with the Russian ambassador after London videojournalist Kieron Bryan was detained on piracy charges in Murmansk.
Two Britons held in Russia over a Greenpeace protest have been ordered to remain in pre-trial detention, a defeat for the first of the many foreigners among the 30 detainees to seek bail.
Freelance videographer Kieron Bryan and Greenpeace activist Phillip Ball, who, like the others, face piracy charges, had appealed against an order that they be held through late November.
The parents of a man from Devon who was arrested after a Greenpeace protest in the Arctic have spoken about their fears and frustrations after he was denied bail.
Andy & Ann Bryan were talking about their son Kieron who is being detained by authorities in Russia. He had his appeal turned down this morning.
The appeal was based on the fact that Mr Bryan is a journalist, and not an activist.
The brother of a freelance photojournalist and film maker facing piracy charges in Russia has told Daybreak of how he fears his brother's life could be "torn apart" by a prison sentence on "absurd" charges.
Russell Bryan called for a "proportionate" punishment for the 30 activists arrested on board the Arctic Sunrise and maintained this his brother, Kieron, had only been filming the protest as part of a job.
Kieron is due to appear in court in Murmansk, north-west Russia later today.
A British Greenpeace activist held in Russia on piracy charges has had his appeal to be released on bail rejected, according to a Greenpeace Twitter account:
The second British Greenpeace activist appearing in a Russian court today has had his bail appeal rejected, the environmental group has said: