Ukrainian court places Orthodox cleric under house arrest
08 April 2023 | 2:25 pm
The monks in the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra monastery of Ukrainian Orthodox Church have been accused of having links to Russia. The abbot of the monastery was placed under house arrest for 60 days.
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