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Alexei Navalny

Jailed Kremlin critic Navalny at growing risk of kidney failure
World

Jailed Kremlin critic Navalny at growing risk of kidney failure

  • Navalny, 44, a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, started refusing food on March 31 in protest at what he said was the refusal of prison authorities to treat him properly for acute back and leg pain.
  • "His condition is indeed critical," said Alexandra Zakharova, a representative of the Doctors Alliance trade union - a group that Russian authorities regard as opposition activists.
Published 17 Apr, 2021 05:51pm
Kremlin says it has to be ready for worst-case US sanctions scenario
World

Kremlin says it has to be ready for worst-case US sanctions scenario

  • "The hostility and unpredictability of America's actions force us in general to be prepared for the worst scenarios," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
  • Moscow's ties with Washington nosedived last month when Russia recalled its ambassador after US President Joe Biden said he thought President Vladimir Putin was a killer.
Published 08 Apr, 2021 06:48pm
Russia extends punitive Twitter slowdown until mid-May
World

Russia extends punitive Twitter slowdown until mid-May

  • Russia has since March impeded the speed of Twitter for not removing content it deems illegal, and threatened to block it entirely. Photos and videos take longer to load for some users.
  • "It was a productive discussion about how we can both work to ensure that reports of such illegal content are dealt with expeditiously," it said in a statement.
Published 05 Apr, 2021 06:52pm
Russia detains around 150 people, including leading opposition figures, at Moscow meeting
World

Russia detains around 150 people, including leading opposition figures, at Moscow meeting

  • OVD-Info, which monitors the detention of political protesters and activists, published a list of more than 150 people it said had been detained.
  • "The police came to the forum of municipal deputies in Moscow. There are 150 people here from all over the country. Everyone is being detained. I mean, everyone," opposition politician Ilya Yashin wrote on Twitter.
Updated 13 Mar, 2021 09:08pm
US imposes sanctions on Russia over poisoning of Navalny
World

US imposes sanctions on Russia over poisoning of Navalny

  • The sanctions were a response to what the officials said was a Russian attempt to assassinate Navalny last year, an accusation Russia denies. Biden's predecessor, former President Donald Trump, had not levied punishment on Russia over the Navalny attack.
  • "The United States is neither seeking to reset our relations with Russia, nor are we seeking to escalate," one official said.
Published 02 Mar, 2021 08:24pm