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Russian opposition leader gets jail sentence after mass protests
Alexei Navalny was fined 20,000 rubles (roughly $350) and given a 15-day jail sentence for violating public meeting rules and disobeying police.
Mass anti-corruption demonstrations break out across Russia
The largest mass demonstrations in years broke out over corruption allegations and led to the arrest of more than 1,000 people, including a leading critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Thousands march in anti-corruption protests across Russia
In largest anti-Kremlin protests in years, demonstrators clash with police and hundreds are arrested.
Video emerges of killing of former Russian lawmaker who was Putin critic
This morning, we're seeing disturbing new images of the murder of a former Russian lawmaker who was a well-known and vocal critic of Vladimir Putin. Jennifer Eccleston covering the the story. Hi, Jennifer. Reporter: Good morning, Paula. The man, an opponent of the Russian president, gunned down in
Newly released video appears to show assassination of Putin critic
This is just the latest opponent of the Russian president who has died under violent or suspicious circumstances in the past few years.
Putin critic who defected to Ukraine killed in Kiev
Former Russian Parliament member Denis Voronenkov had recently told a US-funded TV network in Ukraine he accepted his fate as a critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Associated Press reports newly obtained documents show Manafort was paid $10 million to work for a Russian billionaire close to Putin
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafot allegedly wrote a memo to his client describing how he could help the Russian president.
Ex-Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort has called alleged Russia ties 'absurd'
Manafort laughed off questions about any ties that either he or the Trump campaign had with Russia or Russian President Vladimir Putin nearly eight months ago during an interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoluos.
Former Bush attorney general weighs in on President Trump's wiretap claims
Former George W. Bush attorney general Michael Mukasey is interviewed on "This Week."
Presenting no evidence, Trump accuses Obama of spying on him
We begin tonight with that breaking news, president trump's striking allegations against former president Barack Obama. President trump in a Twitter tirade accusing the former president of spying on him at trump tower by wiretapping phones but offering no evidence, or even what prompted those