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'I don't have hope for Russian justice'

 U.S. newspapers.
U.S. newspapers.

A Russian American woman, Ksenia Karelina, became the latest U.S. citizen arrested in Russia, accused of treason for donating to a Ukrainian charity, the Los Angeles Times reports on Wednesday's front page. "I don't have hope for Russian justice. It does not exist," said Karelina's former mother-in-law, Eleonora Srebroski. "I just hope she does not spend the rest of her life in jail." The Wall Street Journal pairs Karelina's detention with the continued jailing of reporter Evan Gershkovich.

The New York Times has a front-page profile of Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of Alexei Navalny and "the new face opposing the Kremlin." Spain has identified a corpse "found riddled with bullets and run over by a vehicle" as Maksim Kuzminov, a Russian helicopter pilot who defected to Ukraine in August, The Washington Post says.

USA Today leads with the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that IVF embryos are legally children. The Houston Chronicle reports on the discovery of the body of 11-year-old Audrii Cunningham in the Trinity River, and the likely arrest of a family friend.

Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Washington Post
USA Today
USA Today
Houston Chronicle
Houston Chronicle