Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters
Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters
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Russia-Ukraine conflict requires restraint

  • Ukraine has gone on a war footing following Russian seizure of ships
  • Incident reminds the world of all-but-forgotten conflict

Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters
Ukrainian navy sailor Yuri Budzylo sits inside a defendants’ cage as he attends a court hearing, after he was detained by members of Russia's FSB security service, in Simferopol, Crimea on November 27. Photo: Reuters
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