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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Moscow appeal court upholds Alexei Navalny's prison sentence

Navalny was asked to be in the court as he had failed to report to prison service last year and was instead present in Germany

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Navalny faces decisive rulings in Moscow legal marathon

Russia has come under increasing pressure to release Navalny since he was detained on arrival at a Moscow airport in January

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A life in opposition: Navalny’s path from gadfly to heroic symbol

Methodical and uncompromising, Navalny, 44, has spent almost half his life trying to unseat Putin

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'Navalny is love': Russians plan gatherings to make candle-lit hearts on Valentine's Day

They plan to shine their mobile torches and arrange candles in the shape of hearts

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Who is Alexei Navalny, apart from being Putin's nightmare?

Alexei Navalny has not just challenged Putin's leadership, but also his strongman image

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Sunday's pro-Navalny protesters were 'hooligans and provocateurs': Russia

Russia on Monday said that a large number of people who participated in protests in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexi Navalny on Sunday were "hooligans and provocateurs"

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Russian court orders house arrest for Navalny's brother and allies

On Friday, the Moscow police department announced plans to temporarily close down metro stations and nearby streets to the Kremin ahead of weekend protests

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Putin's popularity slips as Alexei Navalny's political equity rises

For a man who has survived it all, Alexei Navalny is becoming too grave a threat

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Biden to keep all options on table for Navalny's release: US Press Sec Jen Psaki

'I'll just reiterate our call from here on Russian authorities to release all those detained for exercising their universal rights and for the immediate and unconditional release of Alexei Navalny…

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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…

Read Article

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…

Read Article

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…

Read Article

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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Moscow appeal court upholds Alexei Navalny's prison sentence

Navalny was asked to be in the court as he had failed to report to prison service last year and was instead present in Germany

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Navalny faces decisive rulings in Moscow legal marathon

Russia has come under increasing pressure to release Navalny since he was detained on arrival at a Moscow airport in January

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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,… Read Article

A life in opposition: Navalny’s path from gadfly to heroic symbol

Methodical and uncompromising, Navalny, 44, has spent almost half his life trying to unseat Putin

via The New York Times
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'Navalny is love': Russians plan gatherings to make candle-lit hearts on Valentine's Day

They plan to shine their mobile torches and arrange candles in the shape of hearts

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Who is Alexei Navalny, apart from being Putin's nightmare?

Alexei Navalny has not just challenged Putin's leadership, but also his strongman image

Read Article

Sunday's pro-Navalny protesters were 'hooligans and provocateurs': Russia

Russia on Monday said that a large number of people who participated in protests in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexi Navalny on Sunday were "hooligans and provocateurs"

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Russian court orders house arrest for Navalny's brother and allies

On Friday, the Moscow police department announced plans to temporarily close down metro stations and nearby streets to the Kremin ahead of weekend protests

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Putin's popularity slips as Alexei Navalny's political equity rises

For a man who has survived it all, Alexei Navalny is becoming too grave a threat

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Biden to keep all options on table for Navalny's release: US Press Sec Jen Psaki

'I'll just reiterate our call from here on Russian authorities to release all those detained for exercising their universal rights and for the immediate and unconditional release of Alexei Navalny…

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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… Read Article

TikTok, YouTube delete content promoting 'illegal' protests for Navalny

Various posts demanding the release of Navalny have been viewed more than 300 million times on TikTok since this arrest at the start of this week

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Alexei Navalny due in court on Wednesday; Kremlin 'troubled' by calls of 'illegal' protests

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has dismissed all requests by the Western governments and groups who had called for Navalny's immediate release

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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

Read Article

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…

Read Article

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…

Read Article

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…

Read Article

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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Moscow appeal court upholds Alexei Navalny's prison sentence

Navalny was asked to be in the court as he had failed to report to prison service last year and was instead present in Germany

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Navalny faces decisive rulings in Moscow legal marathon

Russia has come under increasing pressure to release Navalny since he was detained on arrival at a Moscow airport in January

Read Article

A life in opposition: Navalny’s path from gadfly to heroic symbol

Methodical and uncompromising, Navalny, 44, has spent almost half his life trying to unseat Putin

via The New York Times
Read Article

'Navalny is love': Russians plan gatherings to make candle-lit hearts on Valentine's Day

They plan to shine their mobile torches and arrange candles in the shape of hearts

Read Article

Who is Alexei Navalny, apart from being Putin's nightmare?

Alexei Navalny has not just challenged Putin's leadership, but also his strongman image

Read Article

Sunday's pro-Navalny protesters were 'hooligans and provocateurs': Russia

Russia on Monday said that a large number of people who participated in protests in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexi Navalny on Sunday were "hooligans and provocateurs"

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Russian court orders house arrest for Navalny's brother and allies

On Friday, the Moscow police department announced plans to temporarily close down metro stations and nearby streets to the Kremin ahead of weekend protests

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Putin's popularity slips as Alexei Navalny's political equity rises

For a man who has survived it all, Alexei Navalny is becoming too grave a threat

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Biden to keep all options on table for Navalny's release: US Press Sec Jen Psaki

'I'll just reiterate our call from here on Russian authorities to release all those detained for exercising their universal rights and for the immediate and unconditional release of Alexei Navalny…

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TikTok, YouTube delete content promoting 'illegal' protests for Navalny

Various posts demanding the release of Navalny have been viewed more than 300 million times on TikTok since this arrest at the start of this week

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Alexei Navalny due in court on Wednesday; Kremlin 'troubled' by calls of 'illegal' protests

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has dismissed all requests by the Western governments and groups who had called for Navalny's immediate release

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Alexei Navalny to be detained until mid-Feb; calls his supporters to protest

'I've seen a lot of mockery of justice... but they have ripped up and thrown away,' Alexei Navalny said

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Germany's Merkel, US, UK, EU urge Russia to release Putin critic Navalny

President-elect Joe Biden's national security advisor, Jake Sullivan, and European Council president Charles Michel also called for Navalny's release.

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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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