Jailed Kremlin critic Navalny wins Sakharov Prize, EU’s top human rights award • FRANCE 24

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Jailed #Kremlin critic #AlexeiNavalny was awarded the European Parliament’s annual #humanrights prize on Wednesday for his efforts to challenge President Vladimir Putin’s grip on power. Navalny, 45, who was poisoned in August 2020 by what Western nations said was a nerve agent, is serving a 2-1/2-year sentence for parole violations he calls trumped up. FRANCE 24’s Nick Holdsworth reports from Moscow.

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