This file photo taken on May 10, 2012 shows a view of an Apple iPhone displaying the Facebook app's splash screen in front of the login page in Washington, DC. / AFP / KAREN BLEIER
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A prominent Crimean Tatar journalist on the Moscow-annexed peninsula on Monday said she had received a warning from prosecutors over extremist views for highlighting the plight of Tatar children whose parents have been detained.Liliya Budzhurova, who is deputy director of the Crimean Tatar television channel ATR and also works for AFP, posted the official warning from prosecutors on her Facebook page.Budzhurova, an influential member of the Crimean Tatar community in Crimea, spoke out against the growing number of arrests of Crimean Tatars and wrote an appeal in support of the children of those detained by the authorities.Moscow oversaw a crackdown on Crimean Tatar community leaders.
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