Former Russian TV editor who appealed against the war, escaped house arrest Wanted by authorities | Reuters

The program’s former editor, Marina Ovsyannikova (pictured), who protested the war in Ukraine live on Russian state television, has left home with her daughter while under house arrest, her ex- husband A court in Moscow July 2022. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina

[ロンドン 3日 ロイター] – The former editor of the program, Marina Ovsyannikova, who protested the war in Ukraine live on Russian state television, left home under house arrest with her daughter, her ex-husband said. The Ministry of Internal Affairs has put Ms Ovshannikova on a wanted list.

Ovsyannikova was arrested until October 9 by a Moscow court in August for spreading false information about the Russian army. If found guilty, he could be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.

According to Russian state media, citing her ex-husband, she left home with his daughter. Destination is unknown.

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