Russia has now had more than one million confirmed cases of coronavirus since the start of the outbreak, the fourth-highest total in the world.
Moscow municipal deputy and associate of Alexei Navalny, Konstantin Jankauskas, tells Euronews he refutes the claim that no poison was found in the opposition politician's blood.
Russia's Foreign Ministry says the espionage equipment was found in the service car of an assistant to their military attaché in the Netherlands.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has claimed his daughter has been inoculated against COVID-19 after the country became the first in the world to register a vaccine for the disease.
The rallies in Khabarovsk, a city on the border with China, is a major show of defiance against Moscow's policies, observers say.
Invented by Aleksey Lukyanov, the devices resemble a propeller screw with pedals.
Over 40 warships took part in the naval parade along the Neva River in St Petersburg.
His supporters say the case is an attempt to silence Dmitriev, who has spent nearly 30 years compiling a list of the 40,000 people deported or executed under Joseph Stalin in Karelia, a Russian region bordering Finland.
Tens of thousands are protesting in the country's far east after the arrest of Sergei Furgal arrest amid charges of involvement in multiple murders. He got elected governor of the Khabarovsk region in 2018 after defeating the Kremlin-backed incumbent.
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