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Navalny ‘needs to be freed,’ Amnesty International’s chief says

The NGO's chief "knows that Navalny is facing prison conditions that amount to torture, including through sleep deprivation." She said Amnesty's recent removal of his "prisoner of conscience" status would be reviewed.

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