(MOSCOW) -- A Russian court has outlawed the organizations of the opposition leader Alexey Navalny by labelling them "extremist" as the Kremlin moves to crush Navalny's movement following his jailing earlier this year. The ruling by Moscow's City Court puts Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation, the FBK,... Read More.
(MOSCOW) -- Russian authorities have moved to designate the organizations of opposition leader Alexey Navalny as "extremist groups" in a step that effectively would outlaw his political movement. The move is the most serious attack so far by authorities on Navalny's movement as the Kremlin... Read More.
By CONNOR FINNEGAN and PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The White House announced President Joe Biden's first sanctions against Russia on Tuesday over the Russian government's poisoning and detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a State Department official confirmed to... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(MOSCOW) -- Russian authorities have extended the detention of opposition leader Alexey Navalny in a hastily organized court hearing on Monday despite growing international condemnation over his arrest a day earlier at a Russian airport.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(MOSCOW) -- Traces of the Novichok nerve agent allegedly used to poison Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny were found in a water bottle in his hotel room in the Siberian city of Tomsk, where he was... Read More.
By AICHA EL HAMMAR CASTANO, ABC News(BERLIN) -- The Kremlin's desperate attempt to silence its fiercest critic, Aleksey Navalny, has not changed his stature, even as he lies in a hospital bed in Berlin."Navalny is the only threat... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(MOSCOW) -- Russian doctors have refused to allow the anti-Kremlin opposition leader Alexey Navalny to be evacuated from Siberia to Germany for treatment for suspected poisoning, prompting accusations from his colleagues that the Kremlin is trying... Read More.