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Sunday Of Protests
Hundreds of Russians were arrested after anti-corruption protests held on Sunday.
Russian Law: Parliament in Action
This week's review is all about what we are expecting from the autumn legislative season, and here's the main intrigue - will Navalny be freed with the help of the amended amnesty law?
Top 3 Videos From Russia
This time it's all about the unauthorized rally that took place outside the Kremlin on Manezh Square in support of opposition leader Alexey Navalny who was convicted for 'embezzlement' and sentenced to 5 years in prison on what many believe were trumped up charges.


Mr. Navalny Starts Tour around Russia in Novosibirsk
Alexei Navalny intends to tour around all regions of the Russian Federation and meet local citizens.
Navalny's Party Forbidden to Take Part in Elections
On January 28, Moscow court forbidden the 'Progress Party' headed by Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny to take part in any elections, the party's lawyer Dmitry Krainev said in his Twitter.
Navalny Refuses to Stay Under House Arrest
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has refused to comply with the requirements of his house arrest and removed his electronic tag by cutting it in half.
Navalny Detained After Violating House Arrest to Join Protest Rally
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was detained on Tuesday, December 30, by police in downtown Moscow when he tried to join a protest rally after violating his house arrest.
Hundreds of Policemen Gathered in the Centre of Moscow
Extra police are currently rushed to Moscow's Manezh Square and the central streets of the city in order to prevent a protest rally Navalny's supporters are about to hold, as the Russia's biggest opposition leader got suspended prison sentence this morning.
Navalny Gets Suspended Sentence, His Brother Goes in Jail
On Tuesday, December 30, Russian opposition leader and main Putin critic Alexey Navalny has been been found guilty in a high-profile fraud case. His brother, Oleg Navalny, gets imprisonment.
Opposition Leader Navalny Loses House Arresr Appeal
On Monday, March 24, the Moscow City Court upheld a lower courts decision to place anti-corruption crusader and opposition activist Alexey Navalny under house arrest.
Russian Radio Station Blocks an Opposition Blog on Its Website
On Friday, March 14, Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy blocked access to a blog written for its website by famous opposition activist Alexey Navalny on orders from Russian prosecutors
Navalny's Personal Blog Is in Internet Blacklist Now
The LiveJournal blog of an opposition leader Alexey Navalny and several other independent websites have been included to the Russian Internet blacklist, Russia's telecoms watchdog said on Thursday.
Russian Opposition Activist Navalny Jailed for 7 Days for Resisting Arrest
Anti-corruption activist and opposition leader Alexey Navalny will serve seven days in custody for resisting arrest at an unauthorized rally in central Moscow, a court ruled Tuesday.
Navalny's Initiative Proposed to Russian Parliament
Deputies from LDPR political party on Friday submitted for consideration in the Russian State Duma the initiave of Alexey Navalny, Russian opposition leader, to set one and a half million rubles ($45,800) the upper limit for service vehicle for Russian officials.
Kremlin Permitted Navalny's Participation in Mayoral Election - Moscow Mayor
In his latest interview to Russian newspaper, newly-elected Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has admitted he consulted with Russian President about what role his rival, opposition leader Alexei Navalny, should play in the mayoral election.
Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Receives Suspended Sentence
On Wednesday, October 16, a court in Russia passed a suspended sentence upon a famous opposition leader and a Moscow mayoral candidate Alexey Navalny on embezzlement charges.
Kremlin Doesn't Welcome Navalny to Senior Job
The Kremlin is not considering the possibility of offering a position in the echelons of power to opposition leader Alexei Navalny until he proves himself as a capable politician, the head of the presidential administration said.
44% of Russians Call Ruling Party "Crooks and Thieves"
Almost half of all Russians, 44 percent, agree with a popular slogan invented by an opposition leader Alexei Navalny that the ruling United Russia political party is made up of crooks and thieves, a recent opinion poll.
First of 951 Navalny's Lawsuits to Annul Moscow Election Rejected
A Moscow city court on Friday rejected the first of 952 lawsuits by runner-up mayoral candidate Alexei Navalny seeking to annul the September 8 election over alleged violations.
Freedom House Urges Sobyanin To Tackle Possible Election Fraud
Freedom House has called on acting mayor of Moscow to delay the inauguration and conduct a recount of votes due to the slim margin.
Stock Exchange Down After Navalny Verdict
Russia's MICEX dropped more than 20 points after the Kirov court handed down a five-year jail sentence to opposition blogger Alexey Navalny.

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