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CCTV footage released by Greenpeace shows a number of men in balaclavas reportedly break into their offices in Murmansk, Russia.
The group said a mock cage, due to be used in a stunt as part of a campaign today, was taken from their premises.
Russian authorities are holding 30 activists and journalists following the capture of their boat during a stunt to highlight the environmental impact of Arctic drilling.
A court in Russia has charged the activists, and accompanying journalists, with piracy. They are currently imprisoned in jails in Murmansk, in the very north of Russia, and could face up to 15 years in jail.
Greenpeace have said their offices in Russia were broken into last night, with six men wearing balaclavas. Writing on Twitter, Greenpeace's Ben Stewart said:
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As 30 Greenpeace activists are held in Russia facing piracy charges, masked men have broken into the group's offices in the country.