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Greenpeace activist: 'Russian jail was like a time warp'

22 November 2013 Last updated at 22:28 GMT

Five Britons arrested by the Russian authorities during a Greenpeace protest in the Arctic have been released from prison on bail.

They were among a number of activists and journalists arrested two months ago on board the environmental group's ship, the Arctic Sunrise.

One of those to be freed on bail, Frank Hewetson, has spoken exclusively to the BBC's Daniel Sandford about the conditions in the jail in Murmansk.

''It was a time just felt unreal'', he said.

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