Kremlin foe Navalny faces court that may jail him for years

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    Russian opposition leader Alexei #Navalny faced a court hearing Tuesday that could end with him being sent to prison for years and fuel more #protests against the #Kremlin. FRANCE 24’s Theo Merz tells us more.

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