Russian court orders Kremlin critic Navalny to remain in jail, rejects his appeal By Reuters

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© Reuters. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is seen on a screen via a video link during a court hearing to consider an appeal over his arrest, outside Moscow.

MOSCOW (Reuters) – A Russian court on Thursday ordered Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to remain in jail and rejected his appeal against his detention. Navalny was in custody for 30 days on January 18 for alleged parole violations that he denies. You could face years in jail. The West has asked Russia to release him, and tens of thousands of Russians protested his imprisonment on Saturday. Navalny’s allies have called new protests this weekend to demand his release.

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