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Articles with tag "Navalny"
Navalny Ally Lyubov Sobol Drops Out of Duma Race After Russia's ‘Extremist’ Ban
Russia recently branded Navalny’s network as “extremist” and passed a law barring anyone affiliated with it from the ballot.
Russia Places Exiled Navalny Aide on Wanted List
Ivan Zhdanov, the former director of Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation, has been living in Lithuania to avoid being jailed in Russia.
Lisbon Mayor ‘Regrets’ Sharing Navalny Protesters’ Contacts With Russia
The Lisbon city council had shared three pro-Navalny rally organizers’ names, addresses and phone numbers with the Russian Embassy.
Navalny Team Vows to Fight on After 'Extremism' Ruling
The Anti-Corruption Foundation vowed to continue exposing corruption in Russia despite being branded as an extremist organization.
Call for Release
Council of Europe Urges Russia to Release Navalny 'Immediately'
The Council of Europe's committee of ministers is "gravely concerned" that Navalny "remains in detention and his conviction stands."
'the whole truth'
Siberian Doctors Falsified Navalny’s Poisoning Report – Investigation
Navalny’s team said it was able to dupe the Omsk hospital archive into sharing the unredacted medical records from his initial treatment.
What Now for Navalny's Groups After Russia's ‘Extremist’ Ban?
Navalny's hundreds of thousands of supporters face consequences ranging from being banned from seeking office to real prison time.
Russia Blacklists Navalny’s Political and Activist Movements as ‘Extremist’
The move bars opposition groups affiliated with Navalny from operating and puts members and supporters at risk of prison.
connecting the dots
FSB Unit Linked to Navalny Poisoning Targeted Prominent Writer – Investigation
Dmitry Bykov nearly died after falling ill during an April 2019 tour of Russia’s regions.
Navalny Dedicates Award to All Political Prisoners in Russia, Belarus
"He wrote that most of them are in a much worse situation compared to me, because they're not as well known or famous," his daughter Daria said.
Navalny Transferred to Prison After Hunger Strike – Allies
Navalny had been in a prison hospital as the West warned it would hold the Kremlin responsible for his health.
On 45th Birthday, Jailed Kremlin Critic Navalny Vows Not to Turn Into ‘Caged Animal’
The opposition politician is in a notoriously harsh prison colony on what are widely seen as politically motivated charges.
off the ballot
Targeting Navalny, Putin Bans Extremist-Linked Election Candidates
The ban comes ahead of a court ruling that is expected to ban Navalny’s team as “extremist.”
Russia Widens Opposition Crackdown With Bill, Jailing of Critic
Russia's opposition says authorities are stepping up a campaign of intimidation against dissenters ahead of a parliamentary vote.
Former Head Of Opposition Group Open Russia Reportedly Removed From Flight, Detained
The former executive director of Open Russia has reportedly been removed from a plane in St. Petersburg and detained.
Russian Court Hears Navalny Complaints on Prison Conditions
Navalny claims that prison authorities are refusing to provide him with books sent to him by relatives and censoring newspapers he receives.
In Declaring Navalny Extremist, Russia Has Crossed a New Rubicon
The Russian power system is becoming incontrovertibly monolithic, and any voices not in tune with the chorus are automatically declared to be enemy.
Jailed Kremlin Critic Navalny Says Faces New Criminal Case
Navalny joked Tuesday that “my powerful crime syndicate is growing. I’m committing more and more crimes.”
back to normal?
Kremlin Critic Navalny Says Found 'Recipe for Happiness' in Prison
In an update that came as Russia moves to outlaw his movement, Navalny said he has successfully eased out of his hunger strike.
Russia Jails Navalny Protester for 4 Years
Yevgeny Yesenov was among the 10,000 people detained across 100 Russian cities at this winter's protests demanding Navalny's freedom.
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