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Olesya Krivtsova, 19, has an anti-Putin tattoo on one ankle and an ankle cuff around the other. She is under house arrest at her home in Severodvinsk in the Arkhangelsk region after publishing criticism of the war on Instagram and, among other things, publishing a picture of the burning Crimean bridge last fall.

Now Russian authorities have convicted her of violating the new laws on what can be said about the Russian army, reports CNN. The girl has also been put on the same list as IS and al-Qaeda because she is considered to encourage terrorism, according to the TV channel.

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