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Man Led Away by Police as Thousands of Navalny Supporters Take to the Streets in Russia

The Daily Telegraph Australia 31 Jan 2021
It shows a man speaking into a megaphone being led away from a protest in Omsk by police. Navalny’s local office identified the man as Dania ...
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Navalny protests: ‘Hundreds detained’ in fresh demonstrations over Kremlin critic’s arrest

The Independent 31 Jan 2021
Read more ... SIGN UP ... SIGN UP ... Law enforcement officers detain a participant during a rally in support of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Omsk, Russia ... Mr Navalny was met by police officers at passport control in mid-January minutes after landing in Moscow from Germany, where he had been recovering from a nerve agent poisoning. .
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Alexei Navalny’s wife Yulia ‘is released from custody in Moscow’ after posting selfie from inside ...

The Daily Mail 24 Jan 2021
Alexei's wife was among nearly 3,500 people to have been detained by Russian police officers during protests in as many as 100 cities. After being arrested by officers Yulia, 44, posted a selfie onto her Instagram page with the caption ... Riot police officers during an unauthorized rally in support of Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny.
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The Week In Russia: New Year, New Era, New Exile?

Radio Free Europe 31 Dec 2020
... ringing the bell at the apartment of a man whom a report by the open-source research group Bellingcat and its partners identified as a Federal Security Service (FSB) officer allegedly involved in Navalny’s poisoning with a nerve agent in the Siberian city of Omsk in August.
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Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Trailed for Years Before Poisoning, Report Says

Voa News 14 Dec 2020
The plane made an emergency landing in the Siberian city of Omsk, where Russian doctors said they found no trace of any toxic substance ... FILE - Yulia Navalnaya, wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, speaks with the media outside a hospital, where Alexei receives medical treatment in Omsk, Russia, August 21, 2020.
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Russian doctor who treated Navalny accuses Sunday Times of pushing ‘fake news’ over claims hospital ...

Russia Today 14 Dec 2020
The chief toxicologist of the Omsk Region, Alexander Sabaev, denied that outsiders had access to the activist, branding the accusation “fake news” and a made-up story ... If Putin wanted Navalny dead, he could just have sent an FSB officer into the Omsk hospital to put a pillow over his head while the activist was in a coma ... .
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