Russia said the UK’s decision to raise the ceiling on the number of nuclear weapons it has “harms global stability and strategic security”.
Navalny likened his detention conditions to "Orwell's 1984" in an Instagram post on Monday.
The investigative newspaper has faced multiple attacks over the years, including the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
The wooden effigy was a symbol of the coronavirus and stood 24 metres tall before being burned.
Italy will become the first EU country to make the Russian vaccine, which is still under review by the European Medicines Agency.
Footage from the air taken by a Syrian opposition group showed scores of workers struggling to extinguish a massive fire resulting from burning oil tanker trucks in an open field.
Russian communists on Friday remembered former leader Joseph Stalin as they marked the 68th anniversary of his death.
Gorbachev, who is widely credited with ending the Cold War, was very popular in the West, but a much more polarising figure within Russia.