Navalny calls his arrest ‘lawlessness of the highest order’

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    Alexei Navalny has appeared in court for the first time following his arrest at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, amid growing international condemnation of the Russian opposition leader’s detention. In a video Navalny asked why a court hearing was being held in a police station and described it as ‘lawlessness of the highest order’.

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    Alexei Navalny is a Russian opposition leader, politician, lawyer, and anti-corruption activist. He came to international prominence by organizing demonstrations and running for office to advocate reforms against corruption in Russia, president Vladimir Putin, and Putin’s government.

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