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Russian court jails Kremlin critic Navalny, sparking more protests

By AFP
07 February 2021   |   10:37 am
A Moscow court jails the Kremlin's most prominent critic Alexei Navalny for nearly three years, triggering more protests resulting in more than a thousand arrests.

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