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Russia’s poisoned opposition leader Navalny wakes up from coma in Berlin

By DW
08 September 2020   |   3:36 pm
Alexei Navalny is now out of a coma and "responding to verbal stimuli," a Berlin hospital has said. According to German authorities, the Russian opposition leader was poisoned with a weapons-grade Novichok nerve agent.

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