Poisoned relations | Russia expands list of entry bans for EU reps over Navalny sanctions

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    Russia has expanded a list of EU officials banned from entering the country. It’s a mirror response to EU sanctions against Russian nationals over the alleged poisoning of opposition figure Alexey Navalny.

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