Russia hits Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny with new charge that could add to jail term

Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's fiercest domestic critic, is serving a two and a half year sentence for parole violations he calls trumped up.He was arrested after flying back from Germany…

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US says preparing new Russia sanctions over Navalny poisoning

Jailed opposition leader Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's most prominent opponent, was arrested in January upon returning to Russia after recovering from a poisoning he says was orchestrated by…

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Russian court outlaws Kremlin critic Navalny's network in pre-election knockout

President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden are due to hold talks in Geneva next week with the fate of Navalny and the crackdown on his movement certain to be on the agenda.

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Navalny dedicates human rights award to political prisoners in Russia and Belarus 

Navalny has been imprisoned in a penal colony near Moscow for four months now. He was sentenced to over three years in prison by a Moscow court in February for violating the terms of his probation…

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Navalny transferred to prison after hunger strike: Allies

Navalny declared a hunger strike in March to demand proper medical treatment for a growing list of health complaints, including back pain and numbness in his limbs

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Putin critic Alexei Navalny sues prison for censoring his newspapers

During a rare court appearance via a video call, Navalny said that prison officials have been cutting out articles from newspapers meant for him

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'Becoming a hardened criminal': Navalny says Russia has launched three new criminal probes against him

"I'm becoming a more hardened criminal every day," he said in an Instagram post. "So don't think I'm only sitting in a cell, drinking tea and doing nothing”, he added

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Russia seeks to outlaw Navalny movement 

As part of the effort, which comes a few months before parliamentary elections, the lower house is set on Tuesday to begin debating a bill banning members of 'extremist' organisations from being…

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Russia: Alexei Navalny's network of regional campaign offices labelled 'extremist'

Navalny, a Kremlin critic, was jailed in February for parole violations after he claimed to have been allegedly poisoned in 2020

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Allies of Russia's Navalny defiant in face of possible extremism charges

Such a ruling, if it happens, would give the authorities the legal power to arrest and jail his supporters and block their bank accounts simply for being activists in the foundation

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Alexei Navalny announces plans to end his hunger strike

The announcement has come after doctors advised the Kremlin critic to end his hunger strike as soon as possible, warning he might die if he does not start consuming food and drinks

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Navalny in 'serious danger', requires immediate medical help: UN experts

Navalny is currently on a hunger strike in a penal colony

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Russia fines TikTok over calls for minors to join protests

The ruling comes as Russia ramps up pressure on foreign tech platforms, with a Moscow court also hitting Twitter on Friday with three fines totalling 8.9 million rubles for the same violation as…

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Kremlin critic Navalny in 'strong' pain, allies fear for his life

Leonid Volkov, a close Navalny ally, has said that Navalny began to experience serious back pain last week, had felt a numbness in his leg and been unable to stand on it

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Russia gives Twitter one month to remove 'banned' content

Last week Roskomnadzor started disrupting Twitter's services in Russia, saying the US platform failed to comply with its requests to delete content related to child pornography, drug use and calls…

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Alexander Litvinenko: Russia responsible for assassination of ex-spy, European court rules

In 1998, Litvinenko, who had previously served in both the FSB and the KGB, went public with charges that he had been asked to investigate the possibility…

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Russia hits Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny with new charge that could add to jail term

Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's fiercest domestic critic, is serving a two and a half year sentence for parole violations he calls trumped up.He was arrested after flying back from Germany…

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US says preparing new Russia sanctions over Navalny poisoning

Jailed opposition leader Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's most prominent opponent, was arrested in January upon returning to Russia after recovering from a poisoning he says was orchestrated by…

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Russian court outlaws Kremlin critic Navalny's network in pre-election knockout

President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden are due to hold talks in Geneva next week with the fate of Navalny and the crackdown on his movement certain to be on the agenda.

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Navalny dedicates human rights award to political prisoners in Russia and Belarus 

Navalny has been imprisoned in a penal colony near Moscow for four months now. He was sentenced to over three years in prison by a Moscow court in February for violating the terms of his probation…

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Navalny transferred to prison after hunger strike: Allies

Navalny declared a hunger strike in March to demand proper medical treatment for a growing list of health complaints, including back pain and numbness in his limbs

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Putin critic Alexei Navalny sues prison for censoring his newspapers

During a rare court appearance via a video call, Navalny said that prison officials have been cutting out articles from newspapers meant for him

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'Becoming a hardened criminal': Navalny says Russia has launched three new criminal probes against him

"I'm becoming a more hardened criminal every day," he said in an Instagram post. "So don't think I'm only sitting in a cell, drinking tea and doing nothing”, he added

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Russia seeks to outlaw Navalny movement 

As part of the effort, which comes a few months before parliamentary elections, the lower house is set on Tuesday to begin debating a bill banning members of 'extremist' organisations from being…

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Russia: Alexei Navalny's network of regional campaign offices labelled 'extremist'

Navalny, a Kremlin critic, was jailed in February for parole violations after he claimed to have been allegedly poisoned in 2020

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Allies of Russia's Navalny defiant in face of possible extremism charges

Such a ruling, if it happens, would give the authorities the legal power to arrest and jail his supporters and block their bank accounts simply for being activists in the foundation

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Alexei Navalny announces plans to end his hunger strike

The announcement has come after doctors advised the Kremlin critic to end his hunger strike as soon as possible, warning he might die if he does not start consuming food and drinks

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Navalny in 'serious danger', requires immediate medical help: UN experts

Navalny is currently on a hunger strike in a penal colony

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Russia fines TikTok over calls for minors to join protests

The ruling comes as Russia ramps up pressure on foreign tech platforms, with a Moscow court also hitting Twitter on Friday with three fines totalling 8.9 million rubles for the same violation as…

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Kremlin critic Navalny in 'strong' pain, allies fear for his life

Leonid Volkov, a close Navalny ally, has said that Navalny began to experience serious back pain last week, had felt a numbness in his leg and been unable to stand on it

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Russia gives Twitter one month to remove 'banned' content

Last week Roskomnadzor started disrupting Twitter's services in Russia, saying the US platform failed to comply with its requests to delete content related to child pornography, drug use and calls…

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny claims he is locked up in 'concentration camp' outside Moscow

His comments were the first confirmation of widespread reports that the Russian opposition politician would be spending his sentence at one of the most notorious facilities in Russia's extensive…

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US imposes sanctions on Russia over poisoning of Kremlin critic Navalny

President Joe Biden's decision to impose sanctions for Navalny's poisoning reflects a harder stance than taken by his predecessor, Donald Trump, who let the incident last August pass without…

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After pro-Navalny rallies, Russia increases fines for protest violations

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday approved legislation to increase fines for offences that were committed during protests in support of Kremlin’s fierce critic Alexei Navalny

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EU to sanction four Russian officials for crackdown on Kremlin critic Navalny

Foreign ministers of the European Union on Monday agreed to sanction four senior officials from Russia in the aftermath of crackdown on Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny

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Alexander Litvinenko: Russia responsible for assassination of ex-spy, European court rules

In 1998, Litvinenko, who had previously served in both the FSB and the KGB, went public with charges that he had been asked to investigate the possibility…

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Russia hits Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny with new charge that could add to jail term

Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's fiercest domestic critic, is serving a two and a half year sentence for parole violations he calls trumped up.He was arrested after flying back from Germany…

Read Article

US says preparing new Russia sanctions over Navalny poisoning

Jailed opposition leader Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's most prominent opponent, was arrested in January upon returning to Russia after recovering from a poisoning he says was orchestrated by…

Read Article

Russian court outlaws Kremlin critic Navalny's network in pre-election knockout

President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden are due to hold talks in Geneva next week with the fate of Navalny and the crackdown on his movement certain to be on the agenda.

Read Article

Navalny dedicates human rights award to political prisoners in Russia and Belarus 

Navalny has been imprisoned in a penal colony near Moscow for four months now. He was sentenced to over three years in prison by a Moscow court in February for violating the terms of his probation…

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Navalny transferred to prison after hunger strike: Allies

Navalny declared a hunger strike in March to demand proper medical treatment for a growing list of health complaints, including back pain and numbness in his limbs

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Putin critic Alexei Navalny sues prison for censoring his newspapers

During a rare court appearance via a video call, Navalny said that prison officials have been cutting out articles from newspapers meant for him

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'Becoming a hardened criminal': Navalny says Russia has launched three new criminal probes against him

"I'm becoming a more hardened criminal every day," he said in an Instagram post. "So don't think I'm only sitting in a cell, drinking tea and doing nothing”, he added

Read Article

Russia seeks to outlaw Navalny movement 

As part of the effort, which comes a few months before parliamentary elections, the lower house is set on Tuesday to begin debating a bill banning members of 'extremist' organisations from being…

Read Article

Russia: Alexei Navalny's network of regional campaign offices labelled 'extremist'

Navalny, a Kremlin critic, was jailed in February for parole violations after he claimed to have been allegedly poisoned in 2020

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Allies of Russia's Navalny defiant in face of possible extremism charges

Such a ruling, if it happens, would give the authorities the legal power to arrest and jail his supporters and block their bank accounts simply for being activists in the foundation

Read Article

Alexei Navalny announces plans to end his hunger strike

The announcement has come after doctors advised the Kremlin critic to end his hunger strike as soon as possible, warning he might die if he does not start consuming food and drinks

Read Article

Navalny in 'serious danger', requires immediate medical help: UN experts

Navalny is currently on a hunger strike in a penal colony

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Russia fines TikTok over calls for minors to join protests

The ruling comes as Russia ramps up pressure on foreign tech platforms, with a Moscow court also hitting Twitter on Friday with three fines totalling 8.9 million rubles for the same violation as…

Read Article

Kremlin critic Navalny in 'strong' pain, allies fear for his life

Leonid Volkov, a close Navalny ally, has said that Navalny began to experience serious back pain last week, had felt a numbness in his leg and been unable to stand on it

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Russia gives Twitter one month to remove 'banned' content

Last week Roskomnadzor started disrupting Twitter's services in Russia, saying the US platform failed to comply with its requests to delete content related to child pornography, drug use and calls…

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny claims he is locked up in 'concentration camp' outside Moscow

His comments were the first confirmation of widespread reports that the Russian opposition politician would be spending his sentence at one of the most notorious facilities in Russia's extensive…

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US imposes sanctions on Russia over poisoning of Kremlin critic Navalny

President Joe Biden's decision to impose sanctions for Navalny's poisoning reflects a harder stance than taken by his predecessor, Donald Trump, who let the incident last August pass without…

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After pro-Navalny rallies, Russia increases fines for protest violations

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday approved legislation to increase fines for offences that were committed during protests in support of Kremlin’s fierce critic Alexei Navalny

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EU to sanction four Russian officials for crackdown on Kremlin critic Navalny

Foreign ministers of the European Union on Monday agreed to sanction four senior officials from Russia in the aftermath of crackdown on Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny

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Russia celebrates Valentine's Day by forming human chains in support for Navalny's wife

Instead of spending Valentine's Day with their partners, Russian women decided to step out in the starry night and show support for Yulia Navalnaya, wife of jailed Kremlin critic,

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Russians take to streets to protest against Putin after Navalny's arrest

Almost after a week of Alexei Navalny's arrest, Russians have ignored warnings of the Putin government and have come out in support of the Kremlin critic

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