A Russian reporter faces possible jail time over comments about a 2018 suicide bombing.
Journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva was critical of the Russian authorities in her comments.
Her home in the northwestern city of Pskov was raided on Wednesday in connection with her on-air criticism of the state late last year.
Talking about the October 2018 bombing of a security forces building in Arkhangelsk, Prokopyeva said in the comments that the government had raised a generation that was ready to fight against it.
The bombing is believed to have been carried out by a 17-year-old.
Prokopyeva has been charged with inciting terrorism.
If convicted, she will be behind bars for seven years.
She said at the Fontanka.ru news website on Thursday, “In the interrogation, I voiced disagreement with [the charges] against me, after which I cited Article 51 of the Constitution against self-incrimination.”
A Pskov court fined the Pskovskaya Lenta Novostey news outlet 200,000 rubles ($3,000) for transcribing and publishing Prokopyeva’s on-air comments in November.
The Ekho Moskvy radio station’s Pskov affiliate was also fined 150,000 rubles for broadcasting Propkopyeva’s show.
Human rights activists have called arrest of the journalist an attack on free speech.