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Groups founded by Putin-critic Alexei Navalny declared ‘extremist,’ outlawed by Moscow court

A Moscow court on Wednesday outlawed organizations founded by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny by labelling them extremist, the latest move in a campaign by authorities to silence dissent and bar Kremlin critics from running for parliament in September. Read entire story.

Source: CBC | World News

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