Alexei Navalny

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

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Russia bans news outlet Bellingcat, labels it a security threat

Russia's Prosecutor General said the activities of Bellingcat its partner The Insider "posed a threat to... the security of the Russian Federation."

By REUTERS
15/07/2022

Russia's Navalny moved to undisclosed location

When his lawyer arrived at Correctional Colony No. 2, a prison camp in Pokrov, 119 km (74 miles) east of Moscow, he was told: "There is no such convict here."

By REUTERS
14/06/2022
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2

Russia's Navalny says he faces new criminal case, up to 15 more years in jail

Following the invasion of Ukraine, the Kremlin has accelerated its decades-long campaign to quash and silence Russia's domestic opposition.

By REUTERS
31/05/2022
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2

Jailed Kremlin foe Navalny lambasts Putin's 'stupid war' in Ukraine

Navalny was appealing against a nine-year jail sentence he was handed in March for fraud and contempt of court.

By REUTERS
24/05/2022

With Putin in power, Navalny may never be free - FBK director

Alexei Navalny will now be moved to a more remote facility. It's unclear when or if he will appear in court or have any communication with his lawyers, who were detained.

Russian court finds jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny guilty of fraud

Prosecutors had asked the court to send him to a maximum-security penal colony for 13 years on charges of fraud and contempt of court. A ruling is expected later on Tuesday.

By REUTERS
22/03/2022

Navalny activist flees Russia as top aides report threatening letters

Violetta Grudina was barred from standing for election last year in the Arctic port city of Murmansk.

By REUTERS
27/01/2022

Russia shuts down prominent human rights organization

The UN human rights office said Russian courts had decided to 'dissolve two of Russia’s most respected human rights groups and further weaken the country’s dwindling human rights community.'

By REUTERS
29/12/2021

Russia's ruling pro-Putin party wins parliamentary vote

With just 9% of ballots counted nationwide, the Central Election Commission said United Russia had won 38.57% of the vote.

By REUTERS
19/09/2021

Russia's Alexei Navalny takes aim at Putin in NYT prison interview

From his prison cell, Alexei Navalny called on world leaders, namely US President Joe Biden, to show "real decisiveness in the fight against corruption."

28/08/2021
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