Russian Judge Agrees to Extend Evan Gershkovich’s Detention for Three Months

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MOSCOW — Evan Gershkovich, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was arrested in Russia almost two months ago and held on what the United States and the Journal say are baseless accusations of espionage, appeared at a court hearing on Tuesday to review the status of his pretrial detention, according to the Russian state news agency Tass.

The court, as expected, approved the Russian intelligence agency’s request to extend Mr. Gershkovich’s arrest by three months, to Aug. 30, Russia’s…

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