Navalny ‘not afraid’ to return to Russia, after suspected poison attack

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    Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny told a German magazine that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin was behind his suspected poisoning and stressed that he was not afraid. Navalny was flown from Russia to Berlin in August after falling ill on a domestic flight. He received treatment in the Charite hospital for what Germany said was poisoning by a potentially deadly nerve agent before being discharged in September. The Kremlin has denied any involvement.

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