Alexei Navalny ends hunger strike, citing poor health

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    Kremlin critic Alexei #Navalny has said he will end his hunger strike, after doctors warned he could die. The imprisoned opposition leader is said to be in very poor health, having lost feeling in his legs and arms. Felix Light, a journalist with the Moscow Times, says the ending of the strike is seen by opposition supporters as a rare victory.

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