Russian Court Upholds Longer Detention for U.S. Reporter

From a New York Time story by Ivan Nechepurenko headlined “Russian Court Upholds Longer Detention for American Reporter”:

More than six months after he was arrested during a reporting trip, Evan Gershkovich, an American journalist, was ordered by a Russian court on Tuesday to remain in a high-security prison in Moscow until Nov. 30 while he awaits trial on an espionage charge.

Journalists were allowed to see Mr. Gershkovich before the closed hearing in Moscow, where he appeared in a transparent cage wearing jeans and a checkered shirt, according to videos and photographs from the courtroom.