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Kremlin opponent Navalny says he's detained in 'concentration camp'
Navalny likened his detention conditions to "Orwell's 1984" in an Instagram post on Monday.
Russian police detain dozens of opposition deputies at forum in Moscow
Russian police arrested around 200 opposition politicians and municipal deputies at a Moscow conference.
Russian police detain participants at opposition forum in Moscow
The detained included leading opposition figures, like Yulia Galyamina.
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.
Alexei Navalny: US sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack
Washington targeted seven mid-level and senior Russian officials along with more than a dozen government entities.
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".
Russian opposition leader Navalny sent to prison outside Moscow
Navalny’s incarceration has led to international calls for his immediate release, including from Europe’s top human rights court.
'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.
EU foreign ministers to discuss Russia relations at council meeting
The EU foreign affairs council meeting follows Josep Borrell's trip to Moscow and the recent tit-for-tat expulsion of diplomats.
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.
Russia rejects European rights court's order to free Alexei Navalny
The European Court of Human Rights had demanded that Russia free Navalny immediately, warning that failing to do so would mark a breach of the European human rights convention.
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.