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A court in the Russian city of Vladimir has sentenced a man to three years in prison on a criminal charge of attacking a police officer during January 23 rallies in support of Aleksei Navalny.

Moscow says it plans a retaliatory "stop list" on U.S. citizens in response to Washington's decision to impose new sanctions against several senior Russian officials over the poisoning of opposition politician Aleksei Navalny.

Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny has sent his first message from custody after being transferred to a prison in the Vladimir region.

The Biden administration declassified an intelligence finding that a Russian intelligence agency has orchestrated the poisoning of Aleksei Navalny and announced its first sanctions against the Russian government for the attack and his imprisonment.

Aleksei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, will serve his prison sentence at a notoriously harsh penal colony. Inmates are forced to stand for hours with their hands clasped behind their backs, forbidden from making eye contact with guards.

Breaking News: The Biden administration announced sanctions on Russia and declassified intelligence saying Moscow poisoned the dissident Aleksei Navalny.

Aleksei A. Navalny has reportedly been sent to serve his sentence in one of Russia's strictest prisons. In one section, inmates, not allowed to handle razors, are shaved by fellow prisoners in better standing with the guards. 

A new opposition party in Russia has flourished as an alternative to the movement led by Aleksei Navalny. Critics see an old trick by the Kremlin.

"After the imprisonment this month of the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, punishing Russia is back on the agenda," writes @crmiller1 .

The "prisoner of conscience" designation, which Aleksei Navalny just lost, stands as a powerful tool in advocating for the humane treatment of people who hold different views than the powers that be -- in some cases helping lead to prisoners' release.


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The Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny faced a court hearing at a police station near the airport where he was arrested on Sunday. His lawyer learned about the hearing only minutes before it happened.

Breaking News: A Russian court sentenced the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, a persistent critic of President Vladimir Putin, to more than two years in prison.

Tens of thousands of people turned out across Russia on Sunday for a second consecutive weekend rally in support of a jailed opposition leader, Aleksei Navalny. But where the protesters went, so did the police, meeting them in sometimes brutal clashes.

RU#Russia : We are deeply troubled by the arrest of Aleksei Navalny, and call for his immediate release and for his due process rights to be respected in line with the rule of law. We reiterate our call for a thorough and impartial investigation into his poisoning.

From the frozen streets of Siberia to the grand plazas of Moscow and St. Petersburg, tens of thousands of Russians are rallying in support of jailed opposition leader Aleksei Navalny. Follow live here:

Breaking News: Aleksei Navalny was detained in Moscow after returning for the first time since his poisoning. The Kremlin had promised to detain him upon arrival.

Russian authorities have waged a relentless campaign against Navalny. They must immediately and unconditionally release prominent Kremlin critic, Aleksei Navalny, detained minutes after he arrived at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport from Berlin.

“Hello, it’s Navalny." Aleksei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader who is recovering in Berlin after being poisoned, has posted a photograph of himself in the hospital — looking gaunt but alive, and telling followers he's breathing on his own.

A day after he was arrested at a Moscow protest along with 1,300 others, Russia's most prominent opposition leader Aleksei Navalny was hospitalized with a “severe allergic reaction” in jail, his spokeswoman said

Breaking news: The Kremlin critic Aleksei A. Navalny has been arrested as anticorruption protests roll across Russia