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A Greenpeace activist from London has said today the group will "for sure" continue to stage oil rig protests despite 30 activists being taken prisoner by Russian authorities.
Speaking on Sky News this morning, Frank Hewetson said: "I think it will happen again for sure. I'm just not going to comment about whether it will happen in Russia, I just don't have the mental head space to make that sort of decision at the moment."
"But I personally want to go back to part of the Arctic."
Briton Frank Hewetson and Ruslan Yakushev from Ukraine arrested by the Russian authorities during a Greenpeace protest against drilling in the Arctic have been granted bail.
A London journalist arrested in Russia has been granted bail after spending 2 months in jail.
Kieron Bryan was one of six Britons detained by the Russian authorities during a Greenpeace protest against drilling in the Arctic.
Today's news could be a sign Russia is softening its position on their case, but they will still have to face trial. Here's Luke Farrington.
A London activist arrested by Russian authorities during a Greenpeace protest against drilling in the Arctic has been granted bail. Journalist Kieron Bryan along with Alex Harris from Devon are the first of the six Britons in the so-called Arctic 30 to be given bail.
The six are among the 28 activists and two freelance journalists arrested by Russian security forces two months ago.
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Alex Harris from Devon, Anthony Perrett from Newport and London journalist Keiron Bryan are the first of six Brits to be given bail.