The families of three people from Devon being held in Russia over a Greenpeace protest say they remain worried for their loved ones after charges of piracy have been reduced to hooliganism.
Although these new charges carry a lesser sentence, they could still be facing significant time in prison.
Richard Lawrence reports.
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