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Amnesty International has undermined Navalny's fight for freedom

24 February 2021

10:15 PM

24 February 2021

10:15 PM

In his fight against Putin, Alexei Navalny needs all the help he can get. The might of the Russian state is pitted against him. Having failed to kill Navalny, the Kremlin has achieved its aim, at least in the short term, of silencing him: by locking him up in prison.

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