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The Russian opposition leader had been jailed near Moscow since February 2021.
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The UK is now advising against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, after the outbreak of violent anti-government protests.
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The Kremlin critic says the charges against him are politically motivated.
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The jailed opposition leader has urged Russian and Belarusian citizens to continue defying the authorities.
Georgia's former president appears in court on abuse of power charges
Mikheil Saakashvili has been imprisoned since he returned to Georgia in October to try and bolster opposition forces.
Belarus threatens to criminalise certain social media channels
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Russian court imposes restrictions on Navalny's doctor over protests
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Russian opposition politician quits Moscow role over 'pressure'
Russian opposition politician Ilya Yashin has announced he is quitting as head of Moscow's Krasnoselsky district amid ongoing pressure.
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Voter turn-out in Algeria's parliamentary election is reported to be low after calls for a boycott of the poll by a popular protest movement.
Belarus toughens laws against protesters and 'extremism'
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has signed into effect a law tightening sanctions against protesters taking part in unauthorised rallies and increasing penalties for "extremism".
Belarusian drummer given six-year sentence for playing during rallies
According to Viasna, the musician had blocked traffic by waving a red and white flag and encouraged demonstrators to clap their hands.
Bulgarian PM set for tough coalition talks after splintered election
While Borissov led preliminary results with 26% of the vote, his centre-right GERB lost ground to smaller parties following months of anti-graft protests.
'Kill the Bill': UK protests over law that will give police new powers
Some carried anti-sexism placards and chanted “Women scared everywhere, police and government do not care!”
'An attempt to intimidate': Belarus arrests journalists and activists
"This is an attempt to intimidate journalists and human rights activists who have been telling the world about the unbelievable scale of repressions," said Viasna activist Valiantsin Stefanovich.
Russia: Valentine's Day flashlight protests demand Navalny's release
The protest, dubbed "Love is stronger than fear," was called by Navalny's allies for Valentine's Day in solidarity with people detained in recent opposition protests.
Poland: Eleventh day of anti-government, pro-abortion protests
Marches were held in several Polish cities on Sunday despite coronavirus restrictions, and followed a 100,000-strong protest in Warsaw on Friday.
Police violently disperse demonstrators at Belarus protest march
Black-clad masked police violently disperse protesters and make arrests at the latest opposition march in Minsk against the re-election of Belarus's strongman leader Lukashenko.
Belarus: More than 300 arrested at women's march in Minsk
Among those arrested was 73-year-old Nina Baginskaya who has become a regular figure of anti-establishment protests since they began in August.
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Montenegro's opposition is on the cusp on forging a historic coalition, ending nearly 30 years of rule by the country's Democratic Socialists. There is a lot on the agenda to turn the country around.
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Bulgaria: Justice minister resigns as protests pass 50 day mark
Justice minister Danail Kirilov is the fifth minister to resign from the government since protests started in July as the public anger shows no signs of abating.
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters gather in Minsk
Tens of thousands of people marched in Belarus against authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko.
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Protestors returned to the streets of Iraq over the weekend
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Police fire tear gas at pro-democracy protesters in ninth consecutive week of demonstrations.