Headline August 27, 2019/ '' ' JAILINGS STUDENTS RUSSIANS ' ''



To pay its sincere and humble respects to President Vladimir Putin, Students, Professors and Teachers of Russia.

O'' STUDENTS OF GREAT RUSSIA, The World Students Society assures you all, of its highest esteem, good will and prayers for your well being and happiness.

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TEARS - FEARS AS RUSSIAN STUDENTS jailed over opposition protests. The World Students Society straighten ups, globally, and summons a call.

IN A COURT on the outskirts of Moscow, fellow students of Yegor Zhukov started weeping as he delivered a speech via a video link from jail.

''I don't know if Ill become free myself,'' he said, ''but Russia definitely will.''

The 21-year-old is among a group of young protesters with bright futures risking criminal convictions and life-changing jail terms as Russia attempts to quell dissent.

Zhukov is the most prominent among them thanks to his popular YouTube clips where he criticizes President Vladimir Putin's regime and backs the anti-corruption campaign of opposition leader  Alexei Navalny.

Police have arrested around 3,000 people at the biggest demonstrations the country has seen in years, but most were released shortly after.

However, around 10 remain in pre-trial detention and face-up to eight years in jail for participating in what prosecutors call ''mass disorder''. Several others are facing related charges such as attacking police.

Zhukov, who was due to begin fourth-year studies in the at the prestigious Moscow Higher School of Economics {HSE}, saw dozens of HSE students and teachers come out to support him at his recent appeal hearing, but the judge rules that he must stay in prison pending trial.

''Many students feel that they could easily be in his place,'' said HSE postgraduate Armen Armyan, 22, condemning what he called ''lawless actions by the repressive machine.''

Antastasia Solovyova, a 20-year-old student said she was still emotional after the judge's ruling.

''I'm very upset right now,'' she said, adding that she was one of those who cried during the hearing. First-year law student Boris Karpyshev said, ''You fear a lot for your future.''


The ''mass disorder'' charge Zhukov faces technically only applies to extreme acts such as setting property on fire and using weapons and explosives.

None of this happened at the protest  where he was arrested in late July, or at any other of the rallies, more of which are planned in coming weeks.

As well as the courts, Russian pro-Kremlin media has been swift to accuse Zhukov, reporting that he was the ''coordinator'' of a mass protest.

Private Ren.TV, known for negative coverage of the opposition, aired video it said showed him  ''deftly directing'' the crowd.

The case against him is solely based on these gestures, according to reports.

More than 300 staff at the HSE signed an open letter urging the court to close the case against  Zhukov and the others.

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