House arrest

  • Moscow court extends Navalny's house arrest

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Moscow court decided Thursday to keep Russian opposition leader and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny under house arrest rather than send him to jail pending trial.

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    • Russia extends Navalny house arrest

      Russia extends opposition leader Navalny's house arrest Alexei Navalny is an anti-corruption crusader and one of the chief critics of President Vladimir Putin Russia's Navalny fined for libel Russian social network founder fired

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        • Putin enemy escapes immediate threat of jail

          Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny escaped Thursday the imminent threat of jail when a court extended his arrest, but did not put the top critic of President Vladimir Putin in pre-trial detention. Along with his brother Oleg, Navalny faces charges of stealing and laundering 27 million rubles…