STRASBOURG, France — The European Courtroom of Human Rights has dominated that Russian authorities’ arrests of opposition chief Alexei Navalny have been politically pushed. The European courtroom discovered Thursday that Russian authorities violated Navalny’s rights in arrests from 2012 to 2014, and that two of them have been expressly geared toward “suppressing political pluralism.” It […]

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