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Navalny's doctors denied access to him in jail amid fears he 'could die at any moment'

Alexei Navalny's doctors say they have been denied access to him in jail, as his health is thought to be deteriorating severely while he remains on hunger strike. go to Article >

Russia has detained 2 of Alexei Navalny's top allies ahead of planned protests over the Putin critic's health

15 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementRussia has detained two of opposition leader Alexei Navalny's closest allies, their lawyers said, ahead of planned protests over his health. Reuters reported that Lyubov Sobol, who had appeared on Navalny's YouTube... read more

Derek Chauvin Trial: 4 Major Takeaways From The Final Week Of Testimony

20 Days ago Other Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

The final week of testimony in the high-profile trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death last May of George Floyd, wrapped up Thursday as tensions in the city swelled. Chauvin has been charged with... read more

Russia moves Navalny to prison hospital under Western pressure 

17 Days ago News Source: Timesofmalta.com

Russia's penitentiary service on Monday said it was transferring ailing Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to prison hospital, as the EU warned it would hold Moscow "responsible" for the state of his health. The United States on Sunday threatened... read more

‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’ Director on Why Art Is Necessary to Confront Tragedy

20 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

This story about “Quo Vadis, Aida?” was drawn from an interview conducted for the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s awards magazine. Director Jasmila Žbanić spent years hoping that somebody else would make a movie about the Srebrenica massacre,... read more

EU holds Russia 'responsible' for Navalny's health

17 Days ago News Source: Timesofmalta.com

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Monday the bloc holds Russia "responsible" for the health of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, as EU foreign ministers held virtual talks on soaring tensions with Moscow.   The United States has warned... read more

Man Who Spat On Belly Mujinga May Have Been ‘Connected’

20 Days ago Other Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

Lawyers for Belly Mujinga, who died a year ago after contracting Covid-19, have raised questions about why a 57-year-old man escaped arrest despite allegedly spitting at the railway worker. Lawrence Davies, a lawyer for Mujinga’s family, told... read more

'Is this the beginning of the end of Doug Ford?': Premier's week from hell raises questions about his political future

13 Days ago News Source: Nationalpost.com

Ontario Premier Doug Ford was already having a bad spring when it came to his government’s handling of the... read more

God Has Not Forgotten You

19 Days ago Other Source: Rss.desiringgod.org

“God has not forgotten you.” As I heard those words, I was flooded with emotion. I hadn’t realized how much I needed them. As tears streamed down my face, I understood how lonely and forgotten I had been feeling. I was in the darkest... read more

How 2021 Oscar Short Doc Nominees Tackled Tales of Past and Present Injustice (Video)

21 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

TheWrap has continued its annual tradition of showcasing the Oscar nominees for Best Documentary Short, gathering the filmmakers behind them to discuss how they brought their stories of injustice past and present to the screen. Joining TheWrap... read more

ICE has no plan to vaccinate 13,860 immigrants in its custody against COVID-19. Here's how one of the US's most at-risk groups is falling through...

83 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List PlacementWhen US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Giovannie Morrison in October, the pandemic was burning through his home state of California. Naturally, he feared catching COVID-19 in a crowded immigration... read more