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Alexei Navalny's foundation expected to be outlawed by Russian court
The designation would bar any close Navalny ally from running for public office.
Russian opposition activist sent to jail amid crackdown
a court ordered Andrei Pivovarov, the head of the Open Russia movement that has just disbanded itself, to be held for two months pending an investigation, rejecting the defence’s appeal against his arrest.
'I'm just a creepy skeleton,' says Navalny after ending hunger strike
Looking gaunt with a shaved head and blue penal uniform, Navalny confirmed he had resumed eating and said he now weighs 72 kilograms. "I weighed this much in seventh grade," the 44-year-old said.
Navalny hails rallies as doctors urge him to end hunger strike
Imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said he felt "pride and hope" after learning about the mass protests held across Russia on Wednesday.
EU foreign affairs chief: 100,000 Russian troops at Ukraine border
Josep Borrell said Russia's 100,000 troops massed at the border with Ukraine is its highest ever military deployment at that border, and warned: "When you deploy a lot of troops, a spark can jump here or there."
Hunger-striking Navalny describes threats to force-feed him
Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says officials have threatened to force-feed him and end the hunger he started on March 31.
Alexei Navalny health 'deteriorating' in jail, lawyers say
"The rapid deterioration of his health condition raises our extreme concerns," they said.
Facebook takes down hundreds of fake Russian Instagram accounts
Facebook has taken down more than 500 accounts aiming to drown out the online conversation about pro-Navalny demonstrations.
New EU sanctions on Russia 'are a missed chance to fix relations'
Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's long-time envoy to the EU, believes any sort of "unilateral restrictive measures are illegitimate by definition".
'A very meaningless penalty': Polish MEP slams new Russia sanctions
“These are not even symbolic sanctions, just a few people were asked not to travel to the European Union," said Polish MEP Witold Jan Waszczykowski.
EU agrees human rights sanctions on Russia over Navalny's jailing
EU foreign ministers agree more sanctions on Russia over the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny using a new human rights mechanism, chief diplomat Josep Borrell confirms.
Kremlin critic Navalny loses appeal and is found guilty of defamation
The opposition leader, who returned to Russia in January after being treated for Novichok poisoning in Germany, appeared before a Moscow court in two separate cases on Saturday.
EU is 'ready to impose new sanctions' against Russia over Navalny
Diplomatic sources have told Euronews they are hoping for a breakthrough next week.
'A predictable mistake': MEPs slam Borrell over Moscow trip
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, "a predictable mistake", "ill-advised", "ill-executed" and "a complete disaster".
Navalny supporters urged to protest in courtyards to avoid police
Supporters of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny are being urged to rally from residential courtyards to avoid a police crackdown.
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Philippe Dam, from Human Rights Watch, on what EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell must tell Russia on his visit to Moscow this week.
No EU agreement for sanctions on Russia over Alexei Navalny arrest
Meeting in Brussels on Monday, EU foreign ministers could not agree to impose additional sanctions over the arrest of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and over 3,000 protesters
Russia rebuffs calls to release detained Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny
The opposition figure returned to Russia on Sunday five months after he arrived for treatment and convalescence in Germany for nerve agent poisoning.
Top associate of Russia's Navalny released from detention
Lyubov Sobol was charged with trespassing after ringing the doorbell of an alleged security operative who inadvertently revealed details of Navalny’s supposed poisoning.
If Kremlin had been behind Navalny poisoning, he'd be dead, says Putin
He made the claim during his annual marathon press conference on Thursday.
Navalny: Russian FM dismisses claims security agents behind poisoning
The investigation conducted by Bellingcat and The Insider in cooperation with CNN and Der Spiegel found that agents of Russia's domestic security agency have followed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on trips since 2017.
Navalny: Putin 'intervened' to allow critic's evacuation to Germany
The Russian president said he asked the country's Prosecutor General to immediately allow opposition figure Alexei Navalny to be moved to Germany for urgent treatment.
EU imposes sanctions on 6 individuals over Alexei Navalny poisoning
The EU has imposed sanctions on 6 individuals and one entity it believes was involved in the attempted assassination of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Navalny poisoning: Decoding the Kremlin's information war | #TheCube
In this 30-minute special edition of #TheCube, we examine the clash of information between east and west, and why Alexei Navalny is such an enemy of the Kremlin.
Kremlin critic Navalny says 'Putin was behind' poisoning
"I claim that Putin was behind the crime, and I have no other version of what happened," Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said in an interview.