Four Dutch nationals arrested in Russia on charges of spreading ‘homosexual propaganda’ have been released without charge, Nos television reported on Monday afternoon.
The four were arrested at a festival in Murmansk, close to the border with Finland. Nos says they were making a documentary about gay rights in Russia and had been questioning youngsters about their views.
Originally told they would appear in court on Monday afternoon and faced a fine, the four were released on a technicality, Nos said.
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