Prosecutor Seeks Stiff Sentence For Russian Journalist For 'Justifying Terrorism'.

The prosecutor in the western Russian city of Pskov has asked a court to sentence journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva to six years in prison for "justifying terrorism" in a commentary she wrote that linked a suicide bombing with the country's political climate.

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Canada reports over 400 new coronavirus cases, as well as 5 deaths.

The new numbers bring the country's total cases and deaths from COVID-19 to 121,605 and 9,020, respectively

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