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Russia-controlled Prosecutor's Office of Crimea fined a 18-year-old resident of the city of Armyansk one thousand rubles for posting "extremist materials" to "VKontakte", reported the press service of the Crimean Prosecutor's Office.

Russian "government" means that posting symbolism of the "Right Sector", which is forbidden in the Russia, is the “extremist activity”.

The 18-year-old local man posted to "VKontakte" the images showing Nazi symbols and paraphernalia of the "Right sector" extremist organization, according to the "Prosecutor's Office".

The Armenian City Court fined the "offender" one thousand rubles. All the "forbidden" content has been deleted from the user's page.

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