“I’m home. Everything is okay,” she wrote on her Facebook page. “But now I know it’s always best to bring a suitcase and passport if you go out.”
“How many more children must die before you will stop?” the poster read.
What happened previously?
Mr Ovsyannikova became internationally famous overnight in March when she staged her live television protest. Pictures of her interrupting the broadcast went around the world.
Journalist Marina Ovsyannikova denounced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in March this year when she interrupted a live television broadcast holding a sign that said “Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. Here they are lying to you”. Source: AAP / Stella Pictures/ABACA/PA
She was briefly detained and then released with a fine, but while a number of international observers praised her protest, it was not universally acclaimed by Russia’s opposition.
In early July, she announced that she was returning to Russia to settle a dispute over the custody of her children.
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