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As a strange form of punishment, Alexei Navalny was reportedly placed in a cell with a prisoner who has bad hygiene.
A Moscow political candidate was arrested after a woman discovered a Pro-Navalny post on his Twitter from five years ago.
A St. Petersburg priest faces up to ten years in prison for speaking out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Remembering the Maidan protests of 2014 and how Ukrainians fought back when their freedom was threatened.
“This is the state of someone who feels like a particle in the ocean. Someone else has decided everything for them. This learned passivity is our tragedy.”
“Maximum conspiracy – this is of utmost importance. No one must be seen.”
Recounting a 2008 meeting with activist Alexei Navalny, before he rose to prominence.
A Russian comedian made a joke and then decided he needed to flee the country to avoid arrest.
A recent letter that the editors of Russian Life received from one of its respected readers was directed at Mikhail Ivanov and one of his “Survival Russian” columns. We felt it deserved a longer response than space in the magazine allowed.
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