Alexei Navalny

Alexei Navalny is a Kremlin critic who was poisoned in 2020.

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US sanctions for Navalny poisoning may come on Tuesday - sources

Many Western countries say Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent, but the Kremlin has denied any role in his illness and has said it has seen no proof that he was poisoned.

By REUTERS
02/03/2021
Alexei Navalny

Jailed Putin critic Navalny moved, probably to prison camp - lawyer

He is due to spend a little over 2-1/2 years behind bars, according to his lawyers, one of whom, Vadim Kobzev said on Twitter he had been moved from his Moscow jail.

By REUTERS
26/02/2021

Amnesty International revokes Navalny's 'prisoner of conscience' status

Amnesty still believes that Navalny should be freed from jail.

By REUTERS
24/02/2021

Russians set for candle-lit Valentine's Day protest after Navalny jailing

Navalny was arrested last month on his return from Germany following treatment for poisoning, in Siberia, with what many Western countries say was a nerve agent.

By REUTERS
14/02/2021

The Alexey Navalny odyssey is about keeping Russia in a cage - opinion

While the repressive power of intimidating, poisoning, and imprisoning Alexey Navalny comes from the Kremlin, perhaps the more decisive power is anchored in the Russian minds.

By ARTIOM HILDEBRANDT
09/02/2021

Senior doctor in charge of Navalny's treatment in Russia dies 'suddenly'

The report stated that the doctor, Sergey Maximishin, died "suddenly" and noted the hospital did not mention cause of death. He was 55-years-old.

Kremlin critic Navalny to spend two years and eight months in jail

Navalny's allies called on their supporters to immediately protest against the ruling in central Moscow.

By REUTERS
02/02/2021
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