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Navalny decries ‘mockery of justice’

Publication date 18 January 2021 | 23:43 | ICT

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny said on January 18 that he was facing a “mockery of justice” as police in Moscow organised a makeshift court hearing a day after his dramatic airport arrest.

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