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Navalny Supporters Jailed For Penal Colony Protest
The supporters had gathered outside the colony on Tuesday to demand access to the jailed Kremlin critic.
Explainer: What You Need to Know About Navalny’s Health
The Kremlin critic's lawyers say his health has deteriorated even further since he started a hunger strike in prison last week.
Jailed Navalny Losing Sensation in Hands – Lawyer
The opposition figure is on a hunger strike to demand proper medical treatment for severe back pain and numbness in his legs.
Navalny Supporters Detained Outside His Russian Penal Colony
Among those detained was Anastasia Vasilyeva, Navalny's personal doctor and head of the Alliance of Doctors medical trade union.
Navalny Moved to Prison Medical Unit With High Fever – Izvestia
The jailed opposition figure showed “signs of a respiratory problem, notably a high fever,” the newspaper cited prison authorities as saying.
Navalny Says Continuing Hunger Strike Despite Cough, Fever
Navalny went on a hunger strike last week after complaining of inadequate medical treatment.
court of public opinion
1 in 2 Russians Say Navalny Rightly Jailed – Poll
Half of Levada’s respondents aged 18 to 24 said Navalny was imprisoned unjustly, compared with 19% of those aged 55 and over.
Navalny Says State Broadcaster RT Filmed Prison Conditions
The opposition leader said ex-foreign agent Maria Butina led the TV crew and “yelled that this was the best and most comfortable prison.”
Hunger Strikes as Russian and Soviet Protest Tools
The tactic has been used by dissidents including Nobel Laureate Andrei Sakharov.
Navalny Hunger Strike a Dangerous Step After Poisoning, Allies Fear
The jailed Kremlin critic is refusing food until prison authorities allow his doctor to treat crippling back and leg pain.
how it happened
Timeline: Navalny’s Tumultuous Return to Russia
The opposition figure has launched a hunger strike after being jailed upon his return to Russia from Novichok recovery abroad.
Navalny Protester Sentenced to Jail for Attacking Police
Yevgeny Tugankov became the third Russian to receive a prison sentence over the nationwide protests demanding Navalny's freedom.
Kremlin Critic Navalny Announces Prison Hunger Strike
"I am announcing a hunger strike to demand that the law be obeyed and that a doctor of my choosing be allowed to visit me," he wrote.
Russian Police Probe Pro-Kremlin TV Host’s Hitler-Praising Comments – Reports
Vladimir Solovyov had called Hitler “personally a very brave man” who “fought honorably in World War I.”
Navalny Says Risks ‘Torture-Like’ Solitary Confinement With Prison Reprimands
The Kremlin critic said he faces reprimands for infractions such as getting up 10 minutes early and wearing a T-shirt to meet with lawyers.
Top Navalny Ally Blames Kremlin for Father’s Arrest
Anti-Corruption Foundation head Ivan Zhdanov linked his 66-year-old father's arrest to his own political activity.
letter from prison
Navalny Shares Leg Amputation Fears in Russian Prison Update
Navalny’s lawyers warned this week that his life may be in danger due to weeks of severe back pain and loss of sensation in one of his legs.
A Decade After Pussy Riot’s ‘Punk Prayer,’ Maria Alyokhina Still Has Plenty to Protest About
The activist may serve prison time for an Instagram post demanding the release of political prisoners following Alexei Navalny’s jailing.
Navalny in 'Strong' Pain, Team Fears for His Life: Lawyer
"Everyone is afraid for his life and health," lawyer Olga Mikhailova said in remarks on Dozhd television.
Navalny Allies Dismiss Russia's Claim of His 'Stable' Condition
Navalny's chief of staff said the prison service's message suggested he was in hospital and that "something very bad is happening to him."
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