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Student Karaulova detained on suspicion of belonging to terrorist group
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 16:29

Moscow's Lefortovo District Court has ruled to take Moscow Lomonosov State University (MSU) student Varvara Karaulova into custody in a criminal case in which she is suspected of involvement in a terrorist organization\'s activities, the court\'s press service told Interfax.

"The court ruled to take Alexandra Pavlovna Ivanova [a.k.a. Varvara Karaulova] suspected of committing a crime covered by Russian Criminal Code Article 30 Part 1 and Article 205.5 Part 2 (preparation for participation in a terrorist organization's activities) into custody until December 23," court spokesperson Yulia Skotnikova told Interfax on Oct. 28.

She explained that the court order in fact applies to Varvara Karaulova.

"She has changed her name and surname," she said.

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