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Russians feel bleaker than ever after Alexei Navalny’s death

22 February 2024

6:07 PM

22 February 2024

6:07 PM

The news about Alexei Navalny’s death came as a shock to anti-Putin Russians like myself – he’d been a central figure of opposition in Russia for more than 15 years. Yet in other ways, not a surprise at all – for three years he’d been in the claws of a regime with a long-established history of getting rid of its better-known opponents.

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