As the Russian war with Ukraine continues two months after the initial invasion in February, things are heating up in regards to anyone who stands against Russian President Vladimir Putin. Alexei Navalny is a leader of a Russian opposition group that has been convicted on fraud charges. He was sentenced to nine years in prison. Where is Navalny now?
An associate of Alexei Navalny says the day Putin is removed from power is the day the Russian opposition leader is free
"So as many people say, Navalny's sentence is essentially a life sentence. The question is whose life it will be?" Maria Pevchikh said.
In an interview broadcast last weekend, Jake Tapper of CNN put it to Volodymyr Zelenskiy that he might not survive the war with Russia and asked how he would want to be remembered. “A human being that loved life to the fullest and loved his family and loved his motherland...
Jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny says Russian troops killed a Ukrainian man because he shared his last name
Navalny said he wasn't sure whether Ilya Navalny, the 60-year-old deceased Ukrainian man who was killed, was a relative.
Imprisoned Putin critic Alexei Navalny alleged Tuesday that Russian troops in Ukraine killed a civilian simply because the two shared a surname. The body of Ilya Navalny, 60, found in Bucha outside Kyiv, was allegedly among the more than 400 bodies left behind in the wake of Russia’s retreat from the Ukrainian north last month. The Kremlin critic posted a photo of the elder Navalny’s passport to Twitter on Tuesday, saying it was found next to a body in Bucha. “Everything indicates that they killed him because of his last name. That’s why his passport was defiantly thrown nearby,” Navalny wrote. “A completely...
Alexei Navalny, one of the most vocal critics of Russia's President Vladimir Putin, said Russian troops killed a Ukrainian man named Ilya Navalny because they shared the same last name. In a series of tweets, the jailed Kremlin critic wrote Tuesday the Russian soldiers reportedly killed the “innocent” 60-year-old civilian...
Alexei Navalny has called for an “information front” against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as the jailed opposition leader asserted that poll results showing 75% of Russians support the conflict were a “Kremlin lie”. In an extended series of tweets, Navalny called on western leaders to...
2022 Milwaukee Film Festival lineup: Highlights include Javier Bardem, Alexei Navalny and a Pez smuggler
Judging from the lineup, the Milwaukee Film Festival is just about back to normal for 2022. The 14th annual Milwaukee Film Festival, which runs April 21 to May 5, sports a familiar mix of arthouse movies that haven't made it to Milwaukee screens; documentaries and foreign-language films generating buzz on the festival circuit; and Wisconsin-made feature films and shorts finally getting their due — all showing in theaters in in-person screenings for the first time since 2019.
Leonid Volkov, Navalny's chief of staff, told Newsweek that public polls in Russia that show broad support for the war in Ukraine are "pure and simple propaganda."
A mysterious superyacht docked in Italy has a crew that may include Putin's bodyguards, according to activists working with the Putin opponent Alexei Navalny
Two activists say some of the ship's personnel work for the FSO, a militarized state agency tasked with protecting Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been sentenced to nine years in prison, on top of the term he is already serving. According to CBS News, the trial has been seen as an attempt to keep President Vladimir Putin’s adversary behind bars for as long as possible. Details: On...
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For years Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his organization have been the target of a Kremlin campaign of harassment, jailing and even poisoning. And on Tuesday he received a new verdict in prison, where he is already serving a two-year term, standing next to his lawyers. Alina Polyakova, president and CEO of the Center for European Policy Analysis, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss.
The jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been sentenced to 9 years in a maximum security penal colony after being found guilty of large-scale fraud and contempt by a Russian court. Navalny, Vladimir Putin’s most prominent critic, is already serving a two-and-a-half year sentence at a prison camp east of...
Alexei Navalny has been convicted of fraud and contempt of court and sentenced to nine years in a maximum security prison, Russian local media reported. Why it matters: The prominent Russian opposition leader and Kremlin critic is already serving a prison sentence of about 2.5 years for violating parole, for which he was charged over his recovery in Germany after surviving a poisoning attempt by Russia's security forces in 2020.
Jailed Putin opponent Alexei Navalny has been found guilty of fraud and may face up to 13 years in a maximum-security prison camp
Navalny is an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin and has urged his countrymen to protest against the Russian leader from his jail cell.
A $700m (£500m) superyacht moored off the west coast of Italy belongs to Russian president Vladimir Putin, allies of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny claim.The six-deck Scheherazade reportedly boasts a spa, beauty salon, gym and two helipads. It is also said to house a swimming pool equipped with a retractable cover, which turns into a dance floor. But missing is a listed owner - which has landed the vessel under the scrutiny of Italian authorities in Marina di Carrara amid a recent round-up of oligarch-owned luxury yachts in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.In a video shared on Monday...
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was sentenced Tuesday to nine additional years behind bars after he was convicted of embezzlement and contempt of court. “Navalny committed fraud — the theft of property by an organized group,” Judge Margarita Kotova said, adding that he had committed a criminal offense by publicly insulting the court, according to Agence France-Presse. The 45-year-old dissident was already serving a 2 ½-year sentence at a prison camp for parole violations related to old fraud charges he claims were fabricated to thwart his political ambitions. Navalny, strongman Vladimir Putin’s most well-known critic, survived a nerve agent attack in 2020 that...