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Lithuanian PM Calls For West’s 'Stronger' Response To Navalny Case In “Assassin” Russia

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Given the history of the poisoning and assassination of foes of the Russian regime, Lithuania's prime minister said she finds it hard to believe that Aleksei Navalny’s reported death could be of natural causes. Ingrida Simonyte was speaking to RFE/RL on February 16 upon her arrival to the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany.

Another Belarusian Goes On Trial Over 2020 Protests As Crackdown Continues

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Amid an ongoing crackdown on dissent in Belarus, a former worker of the Belarusian Metallurgical Works in the eastern city of Zhlobin has gone on trial for their participation in the 2020 protests against the presidential election that named Alyaksandr Lukashenka the winner.

Navalny Jokes With Court Officials In Last Video Appearance

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Amid reports of his sudden death on February 16, Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny looks healthy and in good spirits in the last-known video allegedly shot during court proceedings a day earlier. In it Navalny is addressing a judge via a video link from his prison in the town of Kharp in northern Russia.

Profile: Aleksei Navalny, Dogged Anti-Corruption Crusader And Outspoken Kremlin Foe

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Russian opposition activist Aleksei Navalny: an unyielding Putin critic noted for his courage and his devotion to nonviolent resistance and democracy. Through years of persecution and prison, his message to Russians has stayed the same: “I am not afraid, and you shouldn’t be either.”

Russian Warrant Issued For Self-Exiled Actor Panin

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The press service for the Moscow courts of common jurisdiction said on February 15 that an arrest warrant was issued for noted Russian actor Aleksei Panin, who currently resides in the United States, on a charge of justifying terrorism.

U.S. Senators To Visit Hungary Pushing Sweden's NATO Bid

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A bipartisan U.S. Congressional delegation will visit Hungary on February 18 as pressure grows on Budapest to ratify Sweden's NATO membership when parliament reconvenes after its winter break.

Jailed Iranian Activist Bakhtiari Handed Additional Sentence

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Jailed Iranian activist Manuchehr Bakhtiari, a vocal critic of the government whose son was killed in 2019 protests, has been handed an additional six months in prison for "insulting the leader of the Islamic Republic."

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