Russia grants bail to Greenpeace activists

  • Greenpeace International activist Faiza Oulahsen of Netherlands shows her hand with Save the Arctic written on it from inside a barred enclosure at a courtroom during a hearing that is considering the investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise Greenpeace International ship in St.Petersburg, Russia. A Russian court on Tuesday granted bail to Greenpeace protesters from Argentina, Brazil, New Zealand, Canada, Poland and Finland the first foreign activists eligible to be released from jail while awaiting trial for participating in a demonstration outside a Russian oil rig. (AP Photo/ Evgeny Feldman)
  • Russian policemen escort Greenpeace International activist Faiza Oulahsen of Netherlands to a courtroom during hearing that is considering the investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise Greenpeace International ship in St.Petersburg. (AP Photo/ Evgeny Feldman)
  • Greenpeace International activist Mannes Ubels of the Netherlands stands inside a barred enclosure at a courtroom during a hearing that is considering the investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise Greenpeace International ship. (AP Photo/ Evgeny Feldman)
  • Greenpeace International activist and captain of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise Peter Willcox of the U.S. sits inside a barred enclosure at a courtroom during a hearing that is considering investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise in St. Petersburg. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
  • Greenpeace International activist Sini Saarela of Finland, background, smiles as she stands in a cage in a court room after a hearing that's considering the investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise Greenpeace International ship in St.Petersburg. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
  • Greenpeace International activist and captain of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise Peter Willcox of the U.S., center, is escorted to a courtroom prior to a hearing that is considering investigators' request to extend the detention of 30 members of the Arctic Sunrise in St. Petersburg. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)

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