Evan Gershkovich

The U.S. journalist last appeared in court in August when a judge ruled he must stay in jail until the end of November.
The Moscow City Court extended the custody order on Thursday by three months, drawing objections from U.S. government officials and the Wall Street Journal.
Russian state news agency Tass says the arrest of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, who was detained on espionage charges, has been extended.
The Kremlin has also suggested that it is open to an exchange involving Evan Gershkovich, who has been detained in Russia since March.
The Kremlin is holding the door open for contacts regarding jailed Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich.
The court upheld an earlier ruling that he should stay in jail on espionage charges until late August.
The Lefortovo Court of Moscow ruled that the journalist will remain in pretrial detention until at least Aug. 30, according to a state news agency.
Russia refused to include the imprisoned former U.S. Marine in prisoner swaps that freed wrongfully detained Americans Trevor Reed and Brittney Griner.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, in a joint statement, put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin said the U.S. was "undoubtedly" behind a drone strike targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin.