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Alexei Navalny Compares Putin To Voldemort After Court Rejects His Appeal

A Moscow court rejected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s appeal and request to be released from captivity, meaning he will remain jailed for more than two years. While the court rejected Alexei Navalny’s appeal Saturday, the court reduced his sentence by two months to two years and six months, according to Politico. In a statement…
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Imprisoned Russian Dissident Navalny Publishes Putin Corruption Report

Alexei Navalny, swiftly jailed upon returning to Russia after months of treatment in Germany for exposure to chemical weapons while he was in Siberia, released a report Tuesday accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of embezzling public funds to build his lavish estate on the Black Sea coast. According to the report by Navalny’s investigative team,…
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Top Putin Rival, Russian Dissident Alexei Navalny: Trump Twitter Ban ‘Unacceptable’

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny – one of President Vladimir Putin’s most prominent foes who nearly died last year of suspected poisoning by the state – called Twitter’s decision to ban President Donald Trump permanently on Saturday “an unacceptable act of censorship.” Navalny, the leader of the opposition Progress Party and a longtime protest organizer…
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Entire Russian Government Resigns to Make Way for Putin Power Grab

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev made a startling announcement on Wednesday that he and his entire government will resign to get out of President Vladimir Putin’s way as Putin rewrites the Russian constitution. Putin seeks to add provisions that would allow him to remain in power indefinitely, although he might still have to forfeit the…
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Moscow protests aim to destabilize Putin government (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss this weekends protests organized by liberal Russian opposition figures, demanding places on the ballot ahead of September’s Moscow city council elections. The protests blocked traffic along major Moscow streets, eventually ending in clashes with police. The Saturday march was one of the largest unsanctioned rallies Moscow…
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