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Top EU court says Kremlin critic Navalny was political prisoner

It's a victory in Strasbourg for one leading Moscow critic. The European Court of Human Rights that the repeated arrests and detentions of the opposition leader Navalny have been politically motivated and have breached his basic rights. Russia has been ordered to pay 64,000 euros in damages but there have been no reactions yet from the Kremlin.

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