As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Krym SOS initiative coordinator Tamila Tasheva on Facebook.
"A reporter and correspondent for www.article20.org Taras Ibrahimov, who is officially employed and covers Crimea, has been detained. He was taken to the center for counter extremism," Tasheva wrote.
She said Ibrahimov was detained with two more people, Osman Arifov and Riza Izetov.
Tasheva posted an update later that Ibrahimov and Arifov have been released.
Censor.NET reported of another activist, Remzi Bekirov, who was detained in Crimea for a VKontakte post.
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