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Moscow Court Orders Navalny Jailed for 30 Days Over Protests

A Moscow court has ordered Russia's most prominent opposition leader Alexei Navalny to serve 30 days in prison for his role in organizing massive protests against President Vladimir Putin earlier this month. Navalny and hundreds of his supporters were detained during the demonstrations in Moscow and dozens of other cities on the eve of Putin's inauguration to another six-year presidential term. Navalny was released a day later after being charged with inciting an unauthorized...

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