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Russian authorities raid Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's Moscow office

Reuters Thursday, 26 December 2019
Russian authorities raided the Moscow headquarters of opposition politician Alexei Navalny on Thursday, using power tools to gain entry before dragging Navalny out by force and confiscating technical equipment such as laptops.
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News video: Russian authorities ramp up pressure on Kremlin opponent Navalny and his allies

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In two separate cases, Russian authorities raided Alexei Navalny's offices in Moscow on Thursday, while one of his allies was forcibly conscripted. View on euronews

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