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Alexei Navalny: Russian Resistance leader’s offices raided by Police

The government in Russia has raided the offices of the resistance leader and Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny.

They state bailiffs searched the assumptions of Navalny’s anti-corruption base in Moscow in connection with an outstanding compensation claim by a catering firm.

The business is allegedly owned by a businessman near Russian President Putin.

Navalny remains in Germany, recovering from a nearly fatal poisoning in August. German researchers stated the nerve agent Novichok was utilized against Navalny.

On the other hand, the transport police, who had been investigating the poisoning, have reported that they found no hint of Novichok or some other toxin on Navalny’s clothing or near the scene. They indicate he fell sick due to metabolic troubles and pancreatitis.