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Brits' Russia bail rejected

British Greenpeace activists held in Russia on piracy charges have had their appeals to be released on bail rejected, according to a Greenpeace Twitter account.

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Greenpeace activists' mental state 'quite good'

The mental state of 30 Greenpeace activists held on piracy charges in Russia, is "quite good" the director of Greenpeace told Daybreak.

However, John Sauven admitted the "conditions were difficult" in the north west Russian jail where they were being held.

Activists were "isolated from each other" and "held in a cell for 23 hours a day".

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