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Fearing Crackdown, Rights Group Offers Tips On Avoiding Police At Navalny Funeral

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A funeral in Moscow for Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny is scheduled for March 1, two weeks after his suspicious death in a remote prison. Human rights advocates warn that police could declare a large gathering to be an unsanctioned rally and make mass arrests. To help people who want to pay tribute to Navalny, the Department One legal rights group has issued online tips on how to avoid detention.

Imam Acquitted Of Insulting Bosnian Serb Entity

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A court in the Bosnian Serb entity of Bosnia-Herzegovina on February 29 acquitted imam Muharem Stulanovic of the charge of "harming the reputation and honor of the Republika Srpska and its peoples."

Iran Cracks Down On Calls For Election Boycott

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Several people have been detained in Iran for allegedly calling for a boycott of parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections scheduled for March 1.

Russians Jailed In Mass Cider-Poisoning Case

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A Russian court on February 29 sentenced a former police officer and a father and son to prison terms of between 3 1/4 and 3 1/2 years for their involvement in making and selling cider tainted with methanol, a highly poisonous type of industrial alcohol, that killed 40 people last summer

Killing Of Street Sweeper Puts Spotlight On Iranian Leader's 'Fire At Will' Approach

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Overcome by patriotic fervor, a man in Tehran ended up killing an Afghan street sweeper whom he thought was going to tear down flags to mark the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Iranians on social media pin blame for the deadly incident on Iran's supreme leader -- who has given staunch supporters the green light to protect the values of the revolution with their own hands.

Former Top Obama Adviser Foresees 'A Lot Of Challenges' For Putin

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Ben Rhodes, who was a top adviser and speechwriter for U.S. President Barack Obama, argues that Russian President Vladimir Putin faces numerous, still-unknown threats despite his efforts to silence the opposition. He spoke to Current Time ahead of Putin's February 29 address to Russia's parliament.

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