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#OpEd Navalny’s return to Russia has created a prominent link between the EU and Russian domestic politics which neither side will be able to ignore in the future, Sabine Fischer writes

A Russian court denied an appeal by Alexei Navalny, sealing an earlier ruling that would see the prominent Kremlin critic and anticorruption activist spend a lengthy sentence in a penal colony

A Moscow court on Saturday rejected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s appeal of his prison sentence, even as the country faced an order from a top European rights court to free the Kremlin’s most prominent foe.

#NSTworld Moscow court on Saturday upheld a ruling to jail the Kremlin's most prominent opponent, #AlexeiNavalny  sealing his first lengthy prison sentence after a decade of legal battles with Russian authorities.

#BREAKING Prominent Russian activist Anastasia Shevchenko has received a 4-year suspended sentence for her involvement in a pro-democracy group that the government labeled “undesirable”

Europe’s top human rights court has ordered Russia to release jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a ruling quickly rejected Wednesday by Russian authorities who are bent on isolating the Kremlin’s most prominent foe.

Europe’s top human rights court has ordered Russia to release jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a ruling quickly rejected Wednesday by Russian authorities who are bent on isolating the Kremlin’s most prominent foe.

A prominent U.S. investor currently on trial in Russia on embezzlement charges says he plans to continue to invest in the Russian economy when his prosecution comes to an end.

Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny appeared in a Moscow court on Friday for the second time this week as international pressure mounted on President Vladimir Putin's government to release its most prominent critic.

RT @CatholicSentnl : A prominent Russian Catholic urged his nation's bishops to condemn the mass arrest & beating of protesters, but a Moscow church official said the church couldn't comment on "political matters." . #RussiaProtests 

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has landed in Moscow, where he faces the threat of arrest. President Vladimir Putin’s most prominent foe spent five months in Germany recovering from poisoning by a nerve agent, which he blames on the Kremlin.

Protests erupted in over 60 Russian cities to demand the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin's most prominent foe. Russian police arrested more than 850 protesters, some on the streets in temperatures in the minus-50s.

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.

BREAKING: Alexei Navalny, the prominent Russian anti-corruption activist and outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin, was reportedly “poisoned with a toxin” and rushed in an unconscious state to the hospital on Wednesday night, according to his press secretary

With the Sanders surge, one MSNBC host - one of their highest-paid and most prominent ones - now positioning himself to back Trump's re-election after 4 years of non-stop alarmism about Trump the fascist dictator Russian puppet posing an existential threat to US democracy:

Prominent figures on Russian TV have been openly putting out the same ideas that we now know the American president was privately pursuing

Maxine Waters, prominent Trump impeachment advocate, was the target of a Russian bot account w/ @oneunderscore__ 

? Several prominent Russians, some in Putin’s inner circle or high in the Russian Orthodox Church, have been id’d as having contact with officials during the 2016 U.S. election campaign, according to photographs and an NRA source. #NoRA 

A prominent Kremlin-linked Russian politician has methodically cultivated ties with leaders of the NRA and publicly documented efforts over six years to leverage those connections and gain deeper access into American politics, NPR has learned.

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