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"Sometimes I Trip on How Happy We Could Be"
"I was waiting on muddy. Finish getting ready. So i could use the mini steps that led to her four poster bed and so thick and fluffy even though media would warm bed with her tomato fuel. Gas floated on the cloud like mattress. Made it worth it so there. I was fidgeting trying to ask if she was ready yet when someone knocked on the door throws in place. I knew i couldn't answer it. It was nighttime and no one visited maria family. She came from the back of her apartment wearing a long white cotton gown. She did not have her glasses on and her hair unfinished afraid lay against her right shoulder. If my eyes had fallen out of my sack is from all those too tight ponytail. Surely they would right now. I think. I even stop fidgeting. And i know i stared in that open mouth and caring child way media answered the door and it was one of her neighbors. A man has glasses. were so sick. i couldn't see his is clearly. They were watery. Shiny smells like mouthwash but more modest. Mouse pulled into a tight line which i will see my own mother. In later years. She invited them in in and let him sit on the couch closest to the lamp with the bright bright bulb she sat in a chair and would occasionally give the look that meant. I better be. She didn't send me to her room out of the way which is what usually happened when groundhogs visited. I have no sense for how long they talk touched. Her braided finish. Did i watched the fascinated. Then i noticed that mr navalny was also staring
Navalny's Group Is Shutting All Its Offices in Russia
"Navalny, a dismantling their regional offices ahead of a court hearing is expected to declare the centers on their staff as extremist prosecutors want them closed down, claiming they're plotting revolution. And in the future. Anyone linked to Mr No valley could face criminal prosecution. Mr. Navalny himself made a defiant court appearance today via video link in a separate case, his first since ending his three week hunger strike the BBC Sarah Rainsford has Bean has been speaking to some of his supporters. In some Petersburg Please close down. All this is I couldn't Dollars and ask you really fat? Yeah, never shows me. What was the center of opposition politics and some Petersburg But the front door of Alex Sandoval is headquarters is shuttered. Signs with this name have all gone on through one dusty window. I could see a couple of chairs and a coat rack. Rina used to run this place. But this week she was forced to suspend all operations until a court decides whether Alexander van is political network should be classed as extremist and band. Arena is very nervous, keen to stress to me that she's cut all formal ties with nerve only because the punishment for extremism could be up to 10 years in prison, risking my share. I'm gonna wash it. It isn't the war course The risks are high because we just don't know how this loan will be applied how hard they want to crack down destroying cow movement. For me, it's a tragedy. But they can still come after whoever they want. They'll decide what is extremist activity and what isn't And that's frightening off course. You know what?
Extremist Prejudice: Rebranding Navalny
"A ruling is expected today from a moscow court that would designate the movement of jailed. Opposition leader alexei navalny terrorist organization on friday. Mr navalny ended a twenty four day. Hunger strike that had carried him to the brink of death as he insisted on being seen by his own doctors across russia his supporters had faced arrest as they protested in moscow. They chanted freedom to novella and let the doctors in the increasing repression of those protesters and the threat of rebranding of the opposition as extremists come. As president vladimir putin's approval numbers continued to sink. The world wondered last week what he would do with. The hundred thousand troops massed at the border with ukraine. In the end they were pulled back. that's rattling and the poll. Numbers are all intimately connected to the threat. Now post to the group led by mr putin's most effective critic alexei navalny. He's decided to end his son destroyed because he felt the russian authorities have sufficiently satisfied. His demand demand was to be allowed access to independent medical. Care arkady ostrovsky bizarre russia editor. What they have done is they took him into a civilian hospital. He was examined by non prison doctors. There's non prison. Doctors then passed on all the results of his tests to navarre on his own physicians. His own doctors told him that if he didn't stop his hunger strike now they would soon have nobody to treat a all and in his instagram post which he pass through his lawyers he also said he was very moved by all those people who declared hunger strike in solidarity with him. He didn't want to cause other suffering so he thought it was the time given all those things to strike
"mr. navalny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New York and across America. And we are saying no more way are saying very simply to America to New York to the world Stop Asian hate. The bill is already passed. The House UK is announced more than 10 million second Covert 19 vaccine doses one in five adults fully vaccinated. UK is added. India to its Travel ban list omits soaring covert 19 cases India now going to allow vaccination to everyone above the age of 18 years from May 1st Moderna CEO says it's covert 19 vaccine booster will be available by this fall. CEO Stephan van sells, saying that the preliminary research shows after six months of potential protection goes down from 95% to 90% and would probably go down as time goes on, he says a booster will very probably be needed. Russian opposition leader election Giovanni is pressing on with his hunger strike after being moved to a prison. Hospital Officials say he was offered glucose but refused US. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the U. S. Is making daily checks on it. We're not going to telegraph our punches. If Mr Navalny dies well, there will be consequences to the Russian government, and we reserve those options, and Saki says that's made clear every day. The jury's begun deliberations in the trial of police officer Derek Sheldon. For the death of George Floyd. And this story is dedicated to Mr Paul Allen. Very cool. Story of the day. The flight of Nasa's helicopter ingenuity confirmed on Mars perimeter data.
Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms
"Leader Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a hospital inside another prison this after his doctor said he could be near death. Vladimir Putin's fiercest opponent has been on a hunger strike for three weeks now, those prison officials say Navalny has agreed to vitamin treatment, although allies say they want that confirmed. Embassies. Karen Travers has more from D. C about the White House reaction. The White House says Russia will be held accountable for whatever happens to Alexey Navalny, the leading opposition figure to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Press secretary Jen Psaki. What happens to Mr Navalny in the custody of the Russian government is the responsibility of the Russian government, and that they will be held accountable by the international community. Asked if Navalny's death would preclude a summit between President Biden and Putin sake said the White House is hoping and praying that is not the outcome and reiterated the administration's call for nerve only to be released. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison
"National security advisor Jake Sullivan told CNN Russia will pay if Putin critic and main opposition leader Alexei Navalny dies in prison. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at Variety of different costs that we would impose. And I'm not going to telegraph that publicly at this point, but we have communicated that there will be consequences if Mr Navalny dies, so you've communicated that, But at the top there, President Biden apparently didn't mention Navalny in his call with Putin this week. He certainly didn't say anything about it publicly and his remarks on Thursday, and Russian state media is touting. This is proof that Biden has given up on the issue so Why isn't President Biden demanding Navalny's release? Or at least again, at least getting him a doctor at every single opportunity? Way actually have made the judgment that direct communication to the Russian government on this issue. Including both how we see it. How our allies and partners see it and what might unfold. Should something terrible happened to Mr Navalny? Should he looked terrible Things, of course have already happened to him, but should he pass away? We have judged that rather than just make general statements publicly, the best way to deal with this issue is privately on through diplomatic channels direct to the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Let me ask one specific question. Is the potential summit with Vladimir Putin on the table if Alexei Navalny passes away in prison. Not gonna get into hypotheticals in large part Danna because there isn't currently a summit on the books. It's something we're talking about, and that's some it would have to take place, of course in the right circumstances. In a way that could actually move the relationship forward, But I'm not gonna get into hypotheticals about when or whether the summit would likely occur. No Bonnie, who's had been on a hunger strike since March. 31st on Friday, described Threats to force feed him using straitjacket and other pleasures.
US Warns Russia of 'Consequences' if Putin Critic Navalny Dies
"I'm Julie Walker. Supporters of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny are calling from massive protests following reports about his failing health. Opposition leaders started a hunger strike three weeks ago after jail officials refused to let him see his own doctor. National Security advisor Jake Sullivan says the Biden administration has made it clear to Russia that there will be consequences if it allows no volley to die in prison. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at a variety of different
Sullivan: 'There Will Be Consequences' if Navalny Dies
"Julie Candler with the BBC news. United States. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has said there'll be consequences if the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dies in prison. To Sullivan said Washington had communicated this to Moscow. U. S and the European Union. Both say they hold Russia accountable for his safety from Los Angeles. Peter Bo's reports. Jake Sullivan said the U. S was looking at a variety of different costs. As he put it, there will be imposed. Should Alexey Navalny die. Without going into specifics. He said the White House had made his position clear, communicating directly through diplomatic channels with the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Said Moscow will be held accountable by the international community for what happened to Mr Navalny. On Saturday, President Biden said the Russian opposition leaders situation was totally unfair. Supporters of Alexei Navalny in Russia have called for renewed street protests across the country on Wednesday evening. Before that, his life hangs by a thread. He's been on hunger strike for nearly three
Russian Court Clears Way to Send Navalny to a Penal Colony
"It's been a bad day for President Putin's most prominent critic, Alexey Navalny. He's lost an appeal against the sentence of more than two years in a penal colony. And in a separate case, Mr Navalny's being found guilty of defaming a second World War veteran. Find more than
Russia says it's ready for split if EU imposes new sanctions
"Lavrov says his country's ready to sever ties with the European Union If the block imposes new, economically painful sanctions. The rhetoric of the sanctions is ramping up. In that context, Sergei Lavrov said. If you want peace prepare for war, he insisted that Russia does not want to isolate itself. But when the EU's foreign policy chief paid a rare visit to Moscow last week, Mr Lavrov underlined that Russia saw sanctions over Alexei Navalny as illegitimate. The recently jailed Mr Navalny is in court again in a separate defamation case. He's been challenging the judge accusing her of lying over why state media has been broadcasting footage of the trial despite an order banning filming. That's the BBC's Danny Eberhard reporting. Australia's parliament will
Biden halts U.S. support for offensive military operations in Yemen
"President Joe Biden today said the days of the U. S rolling over to Russian President Vladimir Putin are gone as he called for the immediate release of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. His first visit to the State Department is president by issued his strongest condemnation of Putin as large protests of broken out throughout Russia following the jailing of Navalny. Thousands of protesters have been arrested. The new American president was also seeking to make clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin, following the presidency of Donald Trump, who avoided direct confrontation often thought to downplay The Russian leader's actions binds comments on Russia came as he asserted abroad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's ordered to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany. Ending support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen and promising to support laid against being less lesbian and gay rights is the cornerstone of democracy. Amelia Vega reports. President Joe Biden declared. American diplomacy is back and announced major changes in foreign diplomacy. America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy during his first visit to the State Department as president Biden offered his strongest condemnation of Russian President Vladimir Putin for the crackdown on thousands of protesters throughout Russia following the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The political the motivated jailing from Alexey Navalny. The Russian efforts to suppress freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are matter of deep concern to US and the international community. Mr Navalny, like all Russian citizens is entitled to his rights under the Russian Constitution. He's been targeted. Targeted for exposing corruption. He should be released immediately and without condition. Fighting made clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin following the presidency of Republican Donald Trump, who often sought to downplay the Russian leader's actions against the U. S. I made it clear to President Putin and a manner very different from my predecessor. But the days of the United States rolling over The face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyber attacks Poison its citizens are over. Right, and also issued a broad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's order to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany, promising to support LGBT Q rights as a cornerstone of diplomacy and pledging to end support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen, which has been called the world's worst humanitarian disaster. Saudi led air campaign against Yemen's Houthi rebels has killed thousands of Yemeni civilians. Survivors display fragments showing the bombs to be American made We're ending all American support for offensive operations in the war in Yemen, including relevant arms sales. Fighting also announced plans to increase the cap on the number of refugees allowed into the United States to more than eight times the level at which the Trump administration left it. I'm approving an executive order. Began the hard work of restoring our refugee admissions program, help meet the unprecedented global need. Going to take time to rebuild. What has been so badly damaged. But that's precisely what we're going to do. This executive order position us to be able to raise the refugee admissions back up to 125,000 persons. For the first full fiscal year, the Biden Harris administration. Fighting's plans surpasses the ceiling set by President Barack Obama before he left office by 15,000.
Biden calls for Navalny's immediate release
"President President Joe Biden Joe Biden today said today said the days the days of the U. of S the rolling U. S rolling over over to Russian to Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin are gone are gone as he called as he for called the immediate for the immediate release release of Russian of Russian opposition opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. His first His first visit visit to the State to the State Department Department is president is president by by issued issued his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of of Putin Putin as large as large protests protests of broken of broken out throughout out throughout Russia Russia following following the jailing the jailing of Navalny. of Navalny. Thousands Thousands of protesters of protesters have been have arrested. been arrested. The new American The new American president president was also was seeking also seeking to make clear to make to clear the world to the world that he's making that he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn away from Putin, from Putin, following following the presidency the presidency of of Donald Donald Trump, Trump, who avoided who avoided direct direct confrontation confrontation often often thought to thought to downplay downplay The The Russian Russian leader's leader's actions actions binds binds comments comments on Russia on came Russia came as he asserted as he asserted abroad abroad reset reset of American of American foreign foreign policy, policy, including including reversing reversing Trump's Trump's ordered ordered to withdraw to withdraw U. S U. troops S troops stationed stationed in Germany. in Germany. Ending support Ending support for Saudi for Saudi Arabia Arabia as as military military offensive offensive in Yemen in Yemen and promising and promising to support to support laid laid against against being being less less lesbian lesbian and gay rights and gay rights is the cornerstone is the cornerstone of democracy. of democracy. Amelia Amelia Vega Vega reports. reports. President President Joe Biden Joe Biden declared. declared. American American diplomacy diplomacy is back is back and announced and announced major major changes changes in foreign in foreign diplomacy. diplomacy. America America is back. is back. America America is back. is back. Diplomacy Diplomacy is back is back at the center at the center of our foreign of our foreign policy policy during his during first his visit first visit to the State to the Department State Department as president as president Biden Biden offered offered his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of Russian of Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin for the for crackdown the crackdown on thousands on thousands of protesters of protesters throughout Russia throughout Russia following following the jailing the jailing of opposition of opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. The political The political the motivated the motivated jailing jailing from Alexey from Alexey Navalny. Navalny. The Russian The Russian efforts to efforts suppress to suppress freedom freedom of expression of expression and peaceful and peaceful assembly assembly are are matter matter of deep of deep concern concern to US to and US and the international the international community. community. Mr Navalny, Mr Navalny, like all like Russian all Russian citizens citizens is entitled is entitled to his rights to his rights under the under Russian the Russian Constitution. Constitution. He's been targeted. He's been targeted. Targeted Targeted for exposing for exposing corruption. corruption. He should be released He should be released immediately immediately and without and condition. without condition. Fighting made Fighting clear made to clear the world to the world that he's that making he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn from away Putin from Putin following following the presidency the presidency of Republican of Republican Donald Trump, Donald Trump, who often who often sought to sought downplay to downplay the Russian the Russian leader's leader's actions actions against against the U. S. the U. S. I made it I clear made it to clear President to President Putin Putin and a manner and very a manner different very different from my predecessor. from my predecessor. But the days But the days of the United of the States United States rolling rolling over over The face The of face Russia's of Russia's aggressive aggressive actions actions interfering interfering with our elections. with our elections. Cyber Cyber attacks attacks Poison Poison its citizens its citizens are over. are over.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Media and other statements from green years back. Nearly all Republicans voted against the Democratic move, but none of them have defended her for lengthy history. Outrageous social media posts. The final vote 231 to 199 11 Republicans joined all the Democrats in voting for removal from committee's president, Joe Biden touched on a number of worldwide issues as he delivered his first major Pollock foreign policy address as president of the United States. Resident condemning the detention of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Mr Navalny, like all Russian citizens, is entitled to his rights under the Russian constitution. He's been targeted. Targeted for exposing corruption. He should be released immediately and without condition. President also announced his plan to freeze the withdrawal of American troops from Germany and the end U. S support for Saudi Arabia is offensive in Yemen. The brother of the man jailed in the Irving killings of his daughter's facing up to 30 years in prison. We do want to warn you, the audio in this story might be disturbing you answers I need is accused of killing his two teenage daughters and his taxicab in 2008 outside Alaska. Lena's hotel, the 911 call was made public. What's going on, man? I'm dying for more than 12. Years later, Yasser was arrested and now his brother was convicted in helping him hide from police. A federal jury found Yaseen side guilty on all counts related to providing cover for Yasser Yeah, Sean's nephew pleaded guilty to the same charges.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And how are they shaping their defense? Will trump's to new lawyers are David shown, and Bruce Castor Jr And what they say in their filing is that the proceedings against Trump are unconstitutional because he is no longer in office. They say the Constitution requires that person be in office to be impeached and tried before the Senate and since Trump is clearly out of office. This trial, in their view is is moot. Now there is a legal debate on this point. Scholars do come down on both sides of the question. The House managers for their part in their case argued that this is indeed constitutional and that a president Has to be held accountable for his actions from the first day to the last day of his presidency. They say there is no January exception. But what maybe more pertinent here is that the constitutionality argument Seems like something that's registering with a lot of Senate Republicans since 45 of them voted last week that impeaching a former president was in their view. Unconstitutional. Yeah, that's politically pertinent, although of course there's also this president, where a former official was, in fact, put on trial before the Senate in in the past, so we know what the facts of the president Are there. How is the former president dealing with the big lie here? Everything that, he said, falsely for months leading up to the January 6 attack. His lawyers brought up his Trump's election fraud claims, But I wouldn't say that they focused on them. What they say is that when Trump publicly was challenging the election outcome that he is within his rights to do so that he was just expressing his opinion. They also argue that there's insufficient evidence to conclude that Trump's claims of fraud or false now his lawyers gloss over the fact that dozens of courts had rejected the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the vote instead. His lawyers spend their time in their brief denying allegations against their client. They deny that trump inside of the mob. They deny that he violated his oath of office, and they deny that he committed any sort of high crimes or misdemeanors. So what happens before the trial begins next week? Well, we expect a full trial brief from Trump's legal team by next Monday. And of course, we will keep an eye out to see whether any Republicans start to perhaps Waver on supporting Trump. And, of course, a bunch of Republicans would have to vote to convict for there to be a conviction. NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas. Thanks thank you. U. S officials expressed outrage when a Russian court ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny to be sent to prison for more than two years. There's a debate, though, about what the U. S should or even can do. The Biden administration is reviewing its approach to Russia. Here's NPR's Michele Kelemen. At his first daily briefing at the State Department spokesperson, Ned Price made clear that he and his staff want to be on their toes, not on their heels. So they were quick with a statement calling on Russia to free Aleksei Navalny. We're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. In the aftermath of Mr Navalny's arrest, Navalny supporters have sent the Biden administration a list of Russian officials that they think should face sanctions. The Atlantic Council's Dan Freed, who used to work on sanctions policy at the State Department, says that's one place to begin. The fastest way to respond is to go after Individuals who were in Putin's corrupt circle or their Children who have gotten rich because their Children of members of Putin's corrupt inner circle and that would be appropriate Given that Navalny himself is an anti corruption activist Freed, says he thinks the Biden administration is sending the right signals so far. President Biden agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin. To extend a key arms control agreement, but made clear that the U. S. Is looking into Russia's troubling behavior elsewhere that includes a cyber attack that experts believe was an espionage operation and reports that the Russians put bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan. The Navalny case poses yet another early test, says freed they will want quite rightly to take a step back and think about Russia policy..
"mr. navalny" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And how are they shaping their defense? Will trump's to new lawyers are David shown? And Bruce Castor junior, and what they say in their filing is that the proceedings against Trump are unconstitutional because he is no longer in office, they say. The Constitution requires that a person be in office to be impeached and tried before the Senate. And since Trump is clearly out of office. This trial, in their view is is moot. Now there is a legal debate on this point. Scholars do come down on both sides of the question. The House managers for their part in their case argued that this is indeed constitutional and that a president has to be held accountable for his actions. From the first day to the last day of his presidency. They say there is no January exception. But what may be more pertinent here is that the constitutionality argument seems like something that's registering with a lot of Senate Republicans since 45 of them voted last week that impeaching a former president. Was interview unconstitutional. Yeah, that's politically pertinent, although, of course there's also this president, where a former official was, in fact, put on trial before the Senate in in the past, So we know what the facts of the president are there. How is the former president dealing with the big lie here? Everything that, he said, falsely for months leading up to the January 6 attack. His lawyers brought up his Trump's election fraud claims, But I wouldn't say that they focused on them. What they say is that when Trump publicly was challenging the election outcome that he is within his rights to do so that he was just expressing his opinion. They also argue that there's insufficient evidence to conclude that Trump's claims of fraud or false now his lawyers gloss over the fact that dozens of courts had rejected the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the vote instead. His lawyers spend their time in their brief denying allegations against their client. They deny that trump inside of the mob. They deny that he violated his oath of office and they deny that he committed any sort of high crimes or misdemeanors. So what happens before the trial begins next week? Well, we expect a full trial brief from Trump's legal team by next Monday. And of course, we will keep an eye out to see whether any Republicans start to perhaps waver on supporting Trump. And, of course, a bunch of Republicans would have to vote to convict for there to be a conviction. NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas. Thanks thank you. U. S officials expressed outrage when a Russian court ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny to be sent to prison for more than two years. There's a debate, though, about what the U. S should or even can do. The Biden administration is reviewing its approach to Russia. Here's NPR's Michele Kelemen. At his first daily briefing at the State Department spokesperson, Ned Price made clear that he and his staff want to be on their toes, not on their heels. So they were quick with a statement calling on Russia to free Alex ain of only we're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. In the aftermath of Mr Navalny's arrest, Navalny supporters have sent the Biden administration a list of Russian officials that they think should face sanctions. The Atlantic Council's Dan Freed, who used to work on sanctions policy at the State Department, says that's one place to begin. The fastest way to respond is to go after Individuals who were in Putin's corrupt circle or their Children who have gotten rich because their Children of members of Putin's corrupt inner circle and that would be appropriate Given that Navalny himself is an anti corruption activist Freed, says he thinks the Biden administration is sending the right signals so far. President Biden agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin. To extend a key arms control agreement, but made clear that the U. S. Is looking into Russia's troubling behavior elsewhere that includes a cyber attack that experts believe was an espionage operation and reports that the Russians put bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan. The Navalny case poses yet another early test, says freed they will want quite rightly to take a step back and think about Russia policy. And they're right to do so. But life doesn't let you do things in the proper order. Aleksei Navalny was medevac'd to Germany last year after he was poisoned with a nerve agent. He was immediately arrested when he returned to Russia on an old case that the European Court of Justice had described as unlawful in arbitrary Germany's foreign minister called his sentencing a bitter blow to the rule of law in Russia. The U. S is likely to work together with Germany and other partners in Europe on more targeted sanctions. I could see some of that happening. That's probably not going to do very much to free navalny from jail. Georgetown University's Angela Stent says the U. S has a careful balancing act in Russia. With very limited in what we could do to affect what happens inside Russia. You know, we've had 30 years of democracy promotion and what we had is an increasingly authoritarian Russia. Vladimir Putin has been in power since Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But stent says his crackdown on Navalny may be a sign of weakness. These are not the act of a really self confident leader. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Dan Freed agrees, saying Putin's early years were marked with stability and growth, but he's been running out of steam and ideas and his government is more and more Just a kleptocratic scheme to keep them all rich and of only has exposed that with his fabulous documentary about brooms Palace more than 100. Million people have watched Navalny's YouTube video Freed wants the U. S to pick up on that and take early steps together with its friends in Europe to impose some costs on corrupt Russian officials. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Some American elected officials have lately discovered angry people outside their homes. New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, had armed protesters. Outside his house. And then there's the targeting of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in the seaside community of Swamp Skit. GBH radios. Adam Riley has more. It's easy to feel envious when you see Charlie Baker's home. It's a handsome Victoria in a gorgeous neighborhood.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on AP News
"Warrant on a man suspected of violent crimes against Children chosen profession is fraught. With danger. Today. This grim reality. Has taken two of our best. Um, our family. Three other agents were injured. The suspect is dead. Snow and ice are blanketing much of the Northeast after a two day storm. Some travelers have been stranded Stocks closed higher. The Dow gained 475 points. This is AP News. Military coup in Myanmar and the mass crackdown. A dissidents in Russia are presenting some early challenges for the Biden administration's foreign relations. State Department spokesman Nick Price on Russia and opposition leader Alexei Navalny being jailed. We're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny Specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. A new study finds cleaner air from the pandemic lockdown warmed the planet a bit in 2020, especially in places like the U. S. Russia and China, Even though soot and sulfate were reduced in the air. The particles also reflect the Sun's heat, The study's lead author says the loss of cooling Outweighs any reduction of heat trapping carbon. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. The White House is telling states they will soon be receiving more doses of covert 19 vaccines, and by next week people can get their.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on AP News
"For us to separate ourselves from the people that are in the wacky weeds near Los Angeles. Three people have been critically injured when the blast went off on a film set. The explosion also sparked a grass fire. But fire crews were able to put that out in sunrise, Florida the FBI's morning the shooting deaths of two agents serving a warrant on a man suspected of violent crimes against Children. Chosen profession is fraught. With danger. Today. This grim reality. Has taken two of our best. Um, our family. Three other agents were injured. The suspect is dead. Snow and ice are blanketing much of the Northeast after a two day storm. Some travelers have been stranded Stocks closed higher. The Dow gained 475 points. This is AP News. Military coup in Myanmar and the mass crackdown. A dissidents in Russia are presenting some early challenges for the Biden administration's foreign relations. State Department spokesman Nick Price on Russia and opposition leader Alexei Navalny being jailed. We're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny Specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. A new study finds cleaner air from the pandemic lockdown warmed the planet a bit in 2020, especially in places like the U. S. Russia and China, Even though soot and sulfate were reduced in the air. The particles also reflect the Sun's heat, The study's lead author says the loss of cooling Outweighs any reduction of heat trapping carbon. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Is Theo playtime..
"mr. navalny" Discussed on AP News
"For us to separate ourselves from the people that are in the wacky weeds near Los Angeles. Three people have been critically injured when the blast went off on a film set. The explosion also sparked a grass fire. But fire crews were able to put that out in sunrise, Florida the FBI's morning the shooting deaths of two agents serving a warrant on a man suspected of violent crimes against Children. Chosen profession is fraught. With danger. Today. This grim reality. Has taken two of our best. Um, our family. Three other agents were injured. The suspect is dead. Snow and ice are blanketing much of the Northeast after a two day storm. Some travelers have been stranded Stocks closed higher. The Dow gained 475 points. This is AP News. Military coup in Myanmar and the mass crackdown. A dissidents in Russia are presenting some early challenges for the Biden administration's foreign relations. State Department spokesman Nick Price on Russia and opposition leader Alexei Navalny being jailed. We're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny Specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. A new study finds cleaner air from the pandemic lockdown warmed the planet a bit in 2020, especially in places like the U. S. Russia and China, even though so it and sell fate were reduced in the air. The particles also reflect the Sun's heat, The study's lead author says the loss of cooling Outweighs any reduction of heat trapping carbon. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News CORONAVIRUS Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE World Health Organization representatives have been allowed to visit the Chinese Research Center in Wuhan, which has been the subject of speculation about the origins of Cove. It 19. The White House is taking steps to get the covert vaccine to more people. Jeff Science is the coordinator up to 40,000 pharmacies nationwide could provide cover 19 vaccinations. These ER places ranging from local independent pharmacies to national pharmacies in supermarkets. Wearing a face mask at an airport and even on airport transportation is now a federal rule. Senate Democrats are preparing to push through the president's Covad recovery package. Even if it's strange relations with the GOP. We're not going to dilute dinner or delay. Because the demands of the American people So real, that's top Democrat Chuck Schumer. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP.
Aleksei Navalny, Russian Opposition Leader, Appears in Court
"In the Russian capital. Moscow has ordered the opposition activist Aleksei Navalny, to serve more than 2.5 years of a jail term for embezzlement. Mr. Navalny had earlier launched a blistering attack on President Putin. As our correspondent at the court, Sarah Rainsford reports he's being detained, repeatedly prosecuted several times at last year, Aleksei Navalny was poisons. Now the Russian opposition leader is going to jail. He greeted the news in court with a resigned shrug. That's not what I said earlier from a glass cage Alexander family had condemned this latest move against him as a show trial meant to scare millions of Russians, he said to crush dissent. He spoke like a man with nothing left to fear. After shooting death by poisoning. Last year, Mr Navalny mocked Russia's president, and claimed he'd given the order to have his rival killed. People will buy. Vladimir Putin wants to be known as a great world leader, Aleksei Navalny said. So he's upset that he'll now go down in history. As Vladimir the poisoner of the underpants, Mr Navalny believes a nerve agent was smeared in his underwear by Russian security service agents. Mr Putin has said the FSB had nothing to do with it.
Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia
"Arrests rows of riot police liberally deploying their battle ons that has been the uncompromising response to Russia's second weekend of unauthorized nationwide protests. Calling for the release of the opposition leader Alex in the valley and for an end to high level corruption. Down with his are they chanted in Russia's imperial capitals in Petersburg, the anger of today's revolutionaries not directed at the Winter Palace. But Putin's palace, the name given to the president's alleged unofficial residents in Alexey Navalny's YouTube video that's being watched now more than 100 million times. This weekend, One of Mr Putin's closest oligarch friends claimed that he owned the lavish black sea residents will. Mr Navalny is currently in pre trial detention two weeks after he was arrested on his return from Germany. We had been recovering from being poisoned by a nerve agent in Siberia today. His wife, Julia novel, there was among the hundreds who were arrested in the Russian capital. Moscow correspondent Sara Rainsford was also on the streets. So how was the day? It was pretty dramatic. I mean, Barricaded off. There were right place there from the early morning and a lot of shops and stuff have been closed as well. Toe to deter people from coming out. There were small groups all over the place. But suddenly, at one point they all converge near Theory, Leningrad train station and they began heading for the prison where Alexander Bonnie is being held on remand and the crowd. At one point there was a huge crowd swarming across the main road and the police At first, just letting them pass. But eventually, the right place. Reinforcements were sent in in very big numbers. So there were then swift detentions. Dozens. Hundreds of people here in Moscow detained some of them quite brutally being dragged face first towards police fans, mainly a younger crowd. Yeah, you know, itwas compared to last Saturday. I would say that there were predominantly younger people in the crowd this time, So it was a bit more diverse last time. One of the young I don't mean you know teenagers, which is something that the Kremlin and the authorities here accused the missing around the supporters of of bringing out young young people Minors under 18 onto the streets. No, there were students. There were people in their twenties people in their thirties and they were, you know, they were very vocal. They were prepared to shout in the face of the riot place to demand. Alexander van is release. But what was interesting, I think was that of the people I spoke to the vast majority told me that they weren't really big fans of Mr Navalny himself. They were there because they see him as a symbol off a political leadership, which refuses political competition. They see him as a symbol of democracy on as a symbol of choice. Yes, interesting. What you say about the young but not the very young or the old older people? Because are they? Perhaps reacting to what President Putin himself said he talked, I think about The leaders of the movement being terrorists who are using women and Children, Aziz Shields Missing, if only has traditionally had quite a big following amongst the people in their early twenties. He's got a lot of young supporters right across Russia, but I think you know the reason that people were younger today is probably because of the risk they were facing. I think some of the sort of older, more cautious people basically stayed away because Last Saturday. We saw a huge number of people detained more than 4000 people across Russia. It wasn't particularly violent, but people fear for the consequences of getting detained. So this time Slightly younger, perhaps more more prone to taking risks. Crowds there on the streets. But you know you have to bear in mind. What risk you face. If you protest in this country, it is basically illegal tow protest. Even one person pickets when you stand with a placard almost impossible to do these days, so people are facing not only short term police detentions, but often criminal cases, criminal charges. Sarah Rainsford in
"mr. navalny" Discussed on KCRW
"This weekend. Well. Mr Navalny, who survived the Kremlin assassination attempt last year, is an added corruption hero. His views, like those of many of his supporters are complex. They push for government transparency. They also hold some anti immigrant in ethno nationalist views joined now by Julia Davis, a Russian media and disinformation expert at the Atlantic Council. And columnist at the Daily Beast. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you so much for having me again. We have become familiar with the image of election navalny in recent days, Charismatic. Brave. But tell us where he has come from politically because there's a time he was very popular with Russia's ethno nationalists. He still has Ah, nationalist leanings, and no one could say that he is a perfect alignment with all of the Western values, But there again, that's not What he aims to represent. What he mainly represents, is the possibility that the Russians might be the ones to decide who gets to lead Russia. We'll tell us a little bit more about his track record, and if he's revised it in recent years things, he said about Chechnya and Crimea, for example. He supported the annexation of Crimea, Unfortunately, and he also does have some nationalist leanings. He is evolving in in many respects and One of things that so unique about him is that he refuses to fear. Putin. However, it's over the supporters in what's become a pro Navalny coalition. Home comfortable, are they with some of what Alexei Navalny represents in his nationalist views. I have seen some of them have a problem with it. Unfortunately, nationalist and racist rhetoric is very commonplace in Russia, so that hasn't been something that really stood in his way, and it's not dissimilar from A lot of issues that we're seeing was Trump supporters in the United States, the fear of immigrants and the fear of other people that are coming and supposedly taking. Our jobs, So it's similar in that way. When did he begin? Tonto become part of what we would now call the opposition. It went on for years, and he has been in opposition leader than Putin arrested him for alleged corruption, which is really a classic game off. What about his actions instead of addressing Putin's own corruption, and therefore putting was able to prevent Navalny from running for president, which has been his Long term ambition just by filing bogus criminal charges against him. Inputting is now in a no win situation if he kills navalny in the Prison. Then he becomes a martyr, and it would be impossible to deny who's responsible for that, And if Navalny's allowed to continue to function, he will continue to be a thorn and put inside what is election of only stand for, in addition to not being Vladimir Putin He positioned himself as first and foremost anti corruption activist who's determined to change the The system in Russia, where, unlike Putin system, where his cronies and fellow oligarchs are rubbing Russia blind to where it would have a government that is accountable to the people and the corruption and out of control, stealing would be stopped. How is Russian state media and the Kremlin presenting the protests or are they? They're really cracking down hard on them, and they're actually going so far as to charge the parents off the miners that participated in demonstrations charging their parents criminally. They're really going above and beyond, Because in this protest, there was something that was very uncharacteristic for Protest in Russia, You could see real defines. So they're desperately trying to portray the demonstrations as being very small, which, in fact there were Very large and the went across Russia, so they're just trying to portray the demonstrators as a small group of people that have been misled by Navalny and trying to quiet everything down that way. Julia Davis is a Russian media expert. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you so much. God, it's my pleasure. Millions of students haven't been in real classroom surrounded by friends and chit chat for nearly a year. It may not only miss out on friends and teachers, but some of the essential services schools provide, including free and reduced lunch, an extra support for students with learning disabilities. And for many remote learning has been Very remote. Indeed, in our series we call learning curve. We've been trying to check in with parents, educators and students to try to understand how they're handling schooling during the pandemic. Bobbie Gary Jewish Children, is a bilingual school counselor at Frank, Quarter Gram Elementary School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She joins us now, thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. I understand that you check in with students is a regular part of your efforts in in a classroom or one on one remotely. And you visited with some fifth graders this week. So what did they tell you? What do you notice? The kids are definitely missing school. They miss their friends. They missed the interactions that there were used to having. You know, on a daily basis, there's some students, of course that are living their best life. They're adjusting well, most, but most are terribly missing their friends and the structures of their day and Life as they knew it. And help us understand that from the students point of view, because, of course school is not just about Learning things in a classroom but learning things from each other. A lot of kids are, you know, starting to feel a sense of isolation, and that's saying a sense of hopelessness feeling like they don't have anything to look forward to. Like You said. You know, this is the age in elementary school where they get to really practice those human skills. Talking and listening and empathizing on observing even body language in other students, and not having that opportunity to do that definitely comes at a cost for them. I'm sure you're in excellent school counselor. But let me ask you this directly. Can you really have a good conversation with the student on zoom? Oh, my goodness. You know, I started the year trying to adapt to this virtual environment and oh, my goodness. It is so difficult because You can be engaging with a student and trying to connect at an intimate level, and then all of a sudden, you know, there's a lack of privacy. There's noise in the background. There's challenges with the connection itself. And then because they're so young, sometimes you know, I would set up a time with them to connect. And they just didn't show up because they forget or their parents lost the link. So as the months went by, what I started doing was actually you know, seeing the most urgent students outdoors and you? Of course, with all the precautions, I would go on hikes or Take walks in the park with them or sit away from each other at the park so that I can give them that opportunity to connect. But my own Children who are older and that up working in pretty high risk environments for Covitz, so I no longer felt confident. On being able to see kids in person and exposing them some now back to virtual, and it is hard. Well, and I'm going to guess. Tell me if I'm wrong that for a student who really fields isolated and that they're in trouble. Uh, it's gotta be hard to say over a zoom link. It is really hard to offer them help. And US a counselor. We walk into our practice with a high level of empathy. In order for us to really be able to assemble that net off support that the student needs on. So when you're behind that screen, and you're not able to really provide the supports that the student needs because off covert and because of that physical distance It's devastating, you know for a counselor because there are way too many variables that are beyond your control, so it is truly heartbreaking. What can parents who may be listening to to help their Children? Another Children? I think starting to have those conversations, you know, off course we have parents that have noticed that their kid's mental health is suffering and they're already reaching out to us. I would say, Do not delay if that's the case with your child..
Protesters For Navalny In Russia Arrested
"Alexei. Navalny was immediately jailed by vladimir putin when he returned to russia on january seventeenth after five months of recovery in germany from a deadly poisoning. That he says was five latimer. Putin protests erupted in russia last weekend in support of me it was one of the largest anti putin protests in his twenty one years in power. Navales brother oleg was arrested and detained for forty eight hours. Russian police raided the homes of several of mr navalny's allies anastazia. Vasilyeva did not stop playing the piano when the police raided her home
Navalny defiant as Russian court rejects his bid for freedom
"Ruled against freeing the lead opposition figure Alexei Navalny, rejecting his appeal against a 30 day detention imposed when he returned from Germany. Mr. Navalny's supporters have been calling for further protests this Sunday. Several Rainsford is in Moscow. The judge took just a few minutes to decide Aleksei Nirvana's fades, ruling that the opposition politician will remain behind bars. Mr. Navalny appeared in court via video link and spoke passionately denouncing his treatment, including a previous court hearing held in a police station as illegal, he said it was all meant to scare him and shut him up. You have the power for now, who declared, But that won't be eternal. The ruling itself was no surprise since Saturday's mass protests across Russia, calling for his release. Some key allies of Mr Navalny have been detained and many more have had their homes and offices searched by police.
Police raid Russian opposition leader's apartment, offices
"Are searching several properties linked to the country's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, aunt his supporters following nationwide protests about his recent detention. Mr. Navalny was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany, where had been treated after being poisoned. His Danny able hard close associates of Alexei Navalny have posted messages about on videos off raids. Police have targeted Mr Navalny's apartments, one where his wife, Yulia is said to be staying, as well as the offices of these anti corruption foundation on the studio of the online channel Navalny Live. Saturday's protest was some of the largest anti government demonstrations in years. The Russian Interior Ministry has accused those who organized and participated in them of breaching coronavirus rules. Senior
Navalny's allies call for new protests in Russia
"Leader Alexei Navalny, or calling for new protests next weekend to demand his release. The call follows a wave of demonstrations across the country in a defiant challenge to President Vladimir Putin over the weekend rallies took place Saturday and over 100 cities In what observers said. We're the largest rallies of such type in years, Human rights groups said over 3700 people were detained. Navalny was arrested January 17th as he returned to Russia. From Germany, where he had spent nearly five months recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin. Stewart Smith reports from Moscow. Tens of thousands turned out for the illegal rally in support of opposition activist Alexey Navalny, but it was quickly ended by police in a matter of hours with 1000 people arrested in the process. Supporters are calling for the release of Mr Navalny, who is being detained for breaking bail conditions ahead of a court hearing in February. The activist claims he was poisoned on the orders of President Putin last year, has says these latest charges are politically motivated. Violence between police and protesters was frequent throughout the afternoon with a police source telling the Tass news agency that 40 people ended up in hospital. Stewart Smith Moscow
EU urges Navalny's release but no talk of Russia sanctions
"Response response to to the the arrest arrest and and jailing jailing of of the the Russian Russian opposition opposition leader leader Alexi Alexi Navalny Navalny onto onto Saturday's Saturday's nationwide nationwide protest protest in in support support of of him. him. Mr. Mr. Navalny Navalny was was detained detained when when he he returned returned to to Moscow Moscow from Berlin, where had been recuperating from a nerve agent attack in Siberia last August. Where you foreign ministers have been meeting in Brussels today to coordinate their response will be speaking to one of them in a few moments time first, though. Reminder of the context. Putin is a thief. That was the chant in Moscow, just one of more than 100 towns and cities where people gathered on Saturday in defiance of official warnings to express their anger at the way the authorities have dealt with Alexi Navalny and at the allegations he had made in a video released on his YouTube channel last week. We show details of a luxury Black sea residents purportedly belonging to the Russian leader. An estimated 3.5 1000 people were arrested across Russia on Saturday, or Alyona
"mr. navalny" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And to get this important free information call 803 51 45 96 803 51 45 96 803 51 45 96 The United States and several European governments have demanded the release of opposition politician Alexei Navalny from Russia Detention. Alexei Navalny has barely tasted freedom on his return to his homeland. Whisked away from his wife at the airport on Sunday, he now faces serving time over an embezzlement case whose merits were questioned by the European Court of Human Rights. Mr. Navalny's spokeswoman accused the authorities of tearing up the rule book. Western condemnation has been fierce. Britain's Foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, called it a calling that a victim of a despicable crime should be detained. He said Russia would be better served explaining how the nerve agent of poison Mr Navalny came to be used on Russian soil. That's the BBC's Mike Sanders. Trucks on by UK shellfish firms descend on on Britain's parliament yesterday to protest the Brexit related red tape they claim is suffocating. Your business is breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com Virginia gun rights advocates men in the capital of Richmond yesterday to promote legislation on what is known as lobby day. Some of them came heavily armed, the Martin Luther King Jr holiday is typically a chance for citizens to use a day off of work to meet with their legislators. Gun rights activists typically make a large organized appearance each year. This year, they organized a series of caravans through the city decked out in pro gun messages. Gun laws have gotten much less attention this year after Democratic leaders past several gun control bills last year. Keith Peters reporting the Capitol complex temporarily locked down yesterday. You're a rehearsal for the inauguration after a fire in a homeless encampment roughly a mile away, sent a plume of smoke in the air and cause security concerns. The president elect was not participating in Monday's rehearsal nor any other VIPs who will attend the ceremony on Wednesday. Or in the stories town hall dot com. I'm Ron.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In from around the world, including from both sides of the aisle in the United States. We do know overnight, U S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement calling on the Russian government to level the playing field for all political parties and release him. President elect Joe Biden's incoming national security advisor Jake Sullivan, tweeted his support, saying quote Mr Navalny should be immediately released, adding quote The Kremlin's attacks on Mr Navalny are not just a violation of human rights but in the front The Russian people who want their voices heard. Navalny traveled to Russia Sunday after spending months in Germany recovering from being poisoned. We've just learned a court has ordered Navalny to be jailed for 90 days. The teenager was taken to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself. It happened just after midnight on the corner of Jones Malzberg, a road in East Rector drive on the north side. Police say the 19 year old was cleaning his gun and accidentally shot himself in the thigh friend drove the victim to a nearby fire station, where he was then taken to the hospital in stable condition. Bear County sheriff's deputies on unpaid leave after his arrest for assaulting another deputy over the weekend. San Antonio police arrested 35 year old deputy maverick Moreland shortly after 12:30 A.m. Sunday the Bear County Sheriff's office as the off duty deputies were on a date at the Happy Hut Bar on West Avenue. At the time of the reported attack, Morland is charged with assault, family violence and criminal mischief. Sheriff Javi are, Salazar says termination proceedings are underway. Well, a couple of recalls that could be in your kitchen. Nestle is recalling more than £762,000 of pepperoni pizza hot pockets after reports of glass and hard plastic were found inside of them. The effective packages say best before February, 2022 were sold between November 13 through the 16th of 2020. Also, Highland Dairy, is recalling its half pipe 1% low fat chocolate milk because it could contain food grade. Sanitizer that could make you sick. The milk sell by date is January. 27th, a legendary music producer Phil Specter died over the weekend. Specter, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer responsible for some of the biggest hits in music and the architect of what came to be known as the wall of Sound, died on Saturday. He had been serving in 19 years a life sentence for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson McEnroe three. Specter was diagnosed with Cove in four weeks ago, but it recovered well enough to return to prison. Officials say he died of natural causes at a hospital and that a medical examiner will determine the official cause of death. Specter produced his first big hit to know him is to love him by the Teddy bears 1958 and then went on to produce huge hits with righteous brothers Aiken, Tina Turner, the Ronettes and also produced the Beatles final album. Let it Be as well as John Lennon solo work, including the song Imagine He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and was portrayed by Al Pacino in the 2013 movie. Phil Specter, Phil Specter. Was 81 years old. W Away I.
"mr. navalny" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You live from our studios in central London. I'm Julian Marshall. We begin today in Russia, where the opposition leader Alexei Navalny is facing a possible lengthy prison sentence a day after his arrest stand detention upon returning from Germany. He was being treated there for a novel Choc nerve agent attack in Russia, which Mr Navalny with a good deal of evidence has blamed on the Russian state. Mr Navalny was wished away from the airport where the plane landed last night, not the airport, where it was scheduled to land and where a large crowd of his supporters have gathered. Police station A court convened there today has agreed to a police request to extend his detention prior to a trial, which might rule he served a suspended prison sentence. 3.5 years handed down in 2017. His arrest has been widely condemned by Western governments but defended by Russia. Speaking ahead of a hearing on the hearing at the police station. In a clip posted on social media, Mr Navalny accused President Putin of showing complete contempt for the law by detaining him. Which uses said anything consumers to the press with Violet. See, I don't understand why the hearing is being held at a police station. Why wasn't anyone informed? Why were there No. Summers are seeing a lot of mockery of justice. But the old man in the bunker is probably so afraid that they've obviously tourney up and bend the criminal procedure code. This is impossible. What's going on? Here is lawlessness off the highest grade the words off election Avandia and a short while ago I spoke to Vitaly Millen off from Mr Putin's United Russia party who's been a member of the Russian parliament since 2016. Why is the Russian government seem so nervous about election of Army? I suppose that it's more like impression created by Nirvana himself. Of course, I assumed that Mr Navalny represents himself as the main leader of the Russian off positions, which is not true, because a number of his supporters is not the tremendous it's quite weak. Of course, he's not dangerous for the Russian state. Told because he wore he was able to participate in different type of elections, even in the mayor elections in Moscow, So I think that he is not someone that board us Russian authorities. One of the same time the Russian authorities describe Mr Navalny as in a relevant blogger, and then you whisk him off a plane which didn't land where it was meant to. You take him off to a police station. On So the trial as finished a couple of years ago. It's for reserve. Remember, it was assumed that he should stay in a special conditions. He cannot believe country for a long time. And he should visit occasionally. Special officer like everywhere in the world. He decided not to do this. Sorry. Hang on a minute, Mr Milner if he didn't decide not to observe his parole conditions, he was poisoned. With a deadly nerve agent. He then had to be flown out of the country where he's been suffering from a coma and trying to recover from that poisoning. This was not a choice on his part, as far as I remember Russian side God, no witness from the West. So with the same way we can tell that you've been captured by Spiderman, no evidence and no results. No tests from the laboratories in the present to Russian state. Saying that he had been poisoned by this Western world known poison nor the chuck. So he stayed as a guest off. I'm gonna model for quite a long period of time, and he had been recovered. You know, in a week after he's being transported from Russia recovered, recovered from what? Because you you say he wasn't but wasn't poisoned off course. I know a lot of diseases and lots of education's want personal individual needs to be recovered, he declared himself. Is an individual being poisoned, Injured assassinated? I I don't know what and he felt himself quite good already within a few days, so why he ignored his abilities to show up in the police office? I don't know. So that's been universal neg, universal condemnation of his arrest Western countries, the European Union, the United States, they are clearly all these countries extremely troubled. What has happened to Mr Navalny onboard. Usha doesn't care what the rest of the world thinks. That is. That's right, isn't it? Western countries? They do not care about the position of Russian side concerning those who have bean captured, increasing or held in prison in the United States, For example, European Union imprisoned lots of people from parts of Spain that called themselves Catalans know and you've got even Russian people in America being I should like, make their boot already for more than 10 years in prison without any real evidence of his being guilty, So it's first. I remember. We do not push American or British officials to change their mind because we respect sovereignity of different countries. Was bitterly Milan off from Mr Putin's United Russia party with the rest off Alexei Navalny upon his return to Russia is big news in the Western media that has of being reported in Russia. Itself where much of the media with State controlled Vitaly Shevchenko is Russia editor BBC monitoring bitterly. First of all, bring us up to date on that? Hearing in a police station in Russia, which is extended Mr Navalny's period in detention. Yes. Within the past 20 minutes. A judge of this Extraordinary hearing at the police station as sanctioned election of unease. Arrest for another 30 days. That is until the 15th off. February Now what happens next on the 29th of January, another court hearing will decide Whether his suspended 3.5 year prison term will become a real one. Now the the penal service in Russia says that he violated the terms of his suspended sentence. Therefore, he must go to jail. Am seeing reports that Mr Navalny is urging people to take to the streets. Does he still command that much support that that request will be obeyed? Well, past experience shows than that. When election of irony makes those sorts of calls, people tend to listen. He is a very powerful force on social media. It's not Ford's that is to be underestimated. His investigations into official corruption. They get read by tens and of millions of people and therefore Even though he may not be president Television, there's almost nothing about what's going on around the violently on television this morning. On social media. He's all over Twitter, for example, Freedom to know finally is the top trending top trend today. So therefore, the Kremlin has every reason to be concerned about about what happens next. So you're suggesting that the arrest off Alexei Navalny could could backfire for the Russian state? Oh, yes, he's returned to Russia puts the Kremlin a really difficult position because on the one hand they cannot allow him to continue his political activities because that would be seen as a as a concession to the violence on the part of Putin, and that is something that put in is really afraid off. And on the other hand, if they send him to jail, all sorts of legal questions are going to be asked on. Therefore what happens next is going to be really interesting. Vitaly many, thanks to that. That was a little A Shevchenko, Russia editor. At BBC monitoring well among those European countries, which of condemned the arrest of Alexei Navalny is the Czech Republic. Although the Czech president has strongly pro Russian, the government is not The Foreign Minister Thomas Petrie check has described the arrest as politically motivated. I put to him Russia's accusation that this wave of Western condemnation was an attempt by governments. To distract people's attention from problems at home. It is not anything where we need and in destruction. We only call on respecting international obligations off Russian Federation. We also address the fact that we have witnessed a shrinking space for civil society in general in Russia and Russian regime is increasingly reacting on any kind of criticism from opposition leaders..
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"Moon or so British hospital seeing younger adults suffering badly from Cove in 19. What lead to 80 deaths in the Sudanese region of Darfur and the rap group giving a soundtrack to Thailand's student protest movement. All of that? After the news. BBC News with Neil Newness. The Russian opposition activists, Alexei Navalny has been detained almost immediately after landing in Moscow. He had just returned from Germany, where he had spent months recovering from a nerve agent attack. Mr Navalny told reporters he was not afraid, then kissed his wife before being led away. The prison authorities said he had broken parole conditions. The U. S president elect Joe Biden. Steam has demanded Mr Navalny's released. There's been no reaction so far from the Trump Administration. All the Western leaders, including the president of the European Council have condemned the Kremlin critics detention. Brazil's health regulators have approved the emergency use of to Corona virus vaccines. Oxford, AstraZeneca's and China's sign over mass inoculation is expected to start on Wednesday. President both scenario has been accused of delaying the vaccination program despite a surge in cases and deaths. Has been a third night of disturbances in Tunisia. With police clashing with protesters in the capital, Tunis. The authorities say they have arrested more than 200 people. The demonstrators weren't making any clear demands. Doctors in Sudan say more than 80 people are now known to have died in two days of fighting between rival tribes in Dar for hundreds have been injured. It's the biggest outbreak of violence since a peace deal signed last October designed to end years of conflict. International peacekeepers ended their operations in the region two weeks ago. The American music producer Phil Specter, one of the best known figures in 19 sixties pop music, has died while serving a prison sentence for murder. He was 81 expected produced hits for artists such as The Writers Brothers, and I Continue, Tana..
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"The Russian opposition politician, Aleksei Navalny, has accused the Russian authorities of being behind his poisoning. In his first video interview since he was released from hospital in Germany. German doctors who treated Mr Navalny say he was poisoned with a nerve agent Nav it shock He fell ill on a flight from the Russian city of Tomsk to Moscow, and he described the experience during his interview with the popular Russian blogger, Yuri Dude, how loudly I was dripping in cold sweat. It's a very strange feeling. Several people have asked me what it's like to almost die from Novi Chuck. It's difficult to explain, because it's something that you don't experience in everyday life. There are some things that you haven't experienced. Thank God like having a heart attack or your leg chopped off with a chainsaw. But in general, you can imagine what it would be like to have your head cut off with a chainsaw Here. You're in a cold sweat. You feel really l left Tombstone Lucid. So how did mr Navalny look on DH sound? Steve Rosenberg is the BBC's Moscow correspondent. He sounded like normal. Really. I mean, considering what he's gone through the poisoning by novice shock the coma. Clearly his health is improving. Although he says his hands still shake. He's undergoing physical therapy in Germany and possibly another two months of that. To come. But he was clear He was lucid and he really painted. I think a fascinating and at times terrifying picture of what it's like actually to be poisoned by Na'vi Chock you remember he was flying. From Siberia to Moscow back in August, when he fell ill, and in this interview, he talked about coming out in a cold sweat on instead of feeling pain, he said he was basically consumed by this. Feeling this growing feeling that he was going to die as if his body was just telling him. This is the end, And he said that that was worse than pain, Of course. Then the plane made an emergency landing. In the Siberian city of Omsk. And he was hospitalized there. And in the interview, he says that he believes the Russian authorities delayed his medical evacuation to Germany. In order that the traces of knobby chalk in his body would disappear by the time he arrived in Germany that he claims in the interview, so it was a very interesting Picture of events he painted, and as for his return to Russia, did he have anything to say on that? What he said in recent days and weeks? Actually, that he has every intention off returning to Russia. Certainly his colleagues his friends. Supporters believed that the Kremlin would prefer it if you remained outside the country didn't return, but he has made it very clear. That his intention is to come back and to continue his activities. He's Russia's most prominent opposition activists, and he clearly gets under the skin off the Russian authorities on the Kremlin. You never hear President Putin, mentioning Alexander finally. By name, so at some point we expect he will come back here. It's interesting who he chose to give that interview to a swell, wasn't it? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, you re Dude is an extremely popular young journalist Ah, star of YouTube and his interviews with top politicians. Top stars are incredibly popular on the Internet. He gets huge views huge numbers of use for the interview, so it's interesting that he chose to give that the first video interviewed not to a TV company, but to someone who's popular on the Internet. And as for the reason why he was poisoned me with the Kremlin basically accused him of poisoning himself. What do you have to say on on that? Well, he lost that off. I mean, he says he clearly points the finger of blame at President Putin, he says it would have been the Russian president who would have had to sanction the use of a military grade nerve Asian like naughty Choc against him. Hey, says that he said that the Kremlin views him as a threat. Ahead of parliamentary elections next year. But he also suggested that maybe the decision to attack him to poison him was an attempt to scare other critical voices. Into silence on that was BBC's Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg, listening.
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"Of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been released from a German hospital where he spent a month after being poisoned. Aleksei Navalny was poisoned in Siberia just over a month ago. Germany and labs into other countries have confirmed it was with a novel Choc nerve agents, something the Kremlin does not accept. Mr Navalny has made a remarkable recovery, but his doctors in Berlin one he may still suffer long term consequences. Mr Navalny has posted a picture of himself looking gaunt on Instagram in the post. He mocks a reported assertion by President Putin that it poisoned himself. Germany is considering whether to impose sanctions against Russia for the attack. But Mr Navalny's chief of staff told the BBC there against that option. The BBC's Danny neighbor, Hart Poor pilot whales have been found stranded in Australia, raising the estimated total to almost 500. These and analysis townhall dot com. Vice president's jet had to do a quick about face the other day. Vice President Mike Pence's airplane had to make an emergency landing in New Hampshire Tuesday night after striking a bird on take off the White House, says Air Force to return to Manchester Boston Regional airport as a cautionary procedure. Pence had been at a campaign event in Guilford, New Hampshire. A senior administration official says the vice president and his entourage were in no danger. Pence ended up flying home on a cargo aircraft that the secret Service uses to transport his vehicles during travel. Mike Rossia Washington President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus has assumed his six term in office after an unannounced inauguration ceremony ceremony comes after six weeks of mass demonstrations against.
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"Year from now judge us on where the political process goes. Richard Grenell is special presidential envoy for Serbia and Kosovo today in the Oval Office of the White House. Associated Press explains. Most Western nations have recognized Kosovo's independence, but Serbia and its allies Russia and China have not the ongoing deadlock and Serbia's unwillingness to recognize Kosovo have kept tension simmering and prevented full stabilization of the Balkan region after the bloody wars of the 19 nineties. NATO is calling for the international community to respond to the attempted assassination of leading Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held a news conference in Brussels. It is proved beyond doubt that Mr Navalny was poisoned by using military nerve Great agent from the Nova group. The use of such weapons is terrific. All allies today were united in condemning this attack. And the use of chemical weapons shows. A total disrespect for human lives on is an unacceptable breach of international norms and rules. NATO allies agree that Russia now has serious questions. It must answer. The Russian government must fully cooperate with the organization for the Prohibition of chemical weapons on impartial international investigation. Those responsible for this attack must be held accountable and brought to justice. Also Kolinahr show to provide complete disclosure off the northern took program to the open Sea. W Time and again we have seen opposition leaders and critics of the Russian regime attacked on the lives threatened. Some have even being killed. So this is not just attack on individual but on fundamental democratic rights on it is a serious breach of international law, which demands on international response. We wish Mr Navalny a full on speedy recovery. Our thoughts are with him on his family. On allies will continue consultations and considered the implications of this incident. The NATO Secretary General Yang Stoltenberg, Alexei Navalny, still recovering in a German hospital, President Donald Trump said at a news conference on Friday. The U. S must look very seriously into the suspected poisoning. He said. He didn't have any proof yet that I've only had been poisoned but didn't have any reason to doubt the German government's findings, spokesman for the Kremlin said, according to the version of our doctors It wasn't a poisoning..
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"Navalny has landed in Berlin, where he'll receive urgent treatment. He's been in a coma since collapsing on an internal Russian flight on Thursday. Hey, supporters and wife say he was poisoned and want German doctors to make in the independent diagnosis. Damian McGinnis reports will be treated at the renowned shite, a hospital which often looks after controversial political figures from all over the world. Including the case of a similar alleged poisoning of a Russian opposition activist two years ago. On Thursday, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Mr Navalny was welcomed to medical care in Germany. Originally Russian doctors said he was too ill to be moved here. They also said that no traces of poison had been found in his bloodstream, instead suggesting that his collapse may have been caused by low blood sugar. But Mr Navalny supports that suspect poison was put in his tea at the airport as he was preparing to fly to Moscow from Siberia earlier this week. The governor of California has appealed for assistance from Canada and Australia. As hundreds of wildfires continue to spread in the searing summer heat given Houston said the biggest two dozen places were stretching available resources. We now are engaged formally with mutual aid from 10 different states. We've been on the phone with governors, all throughout the United States, not just the Western states trying to reach out as far as the East Coast to see if we can get resource is here into the state of California, addressed the stress that we placed on the 12,000 plus firefighters that are on the lines as we speak. Reports say six people have died so far on hundreds of buildings have been destroyed. South Korea says it will extend new Corona virus restrictions imposed on the capital so last week to the entire country in an attempt to control the growing resurgence of the virus. The new restrictions include limiting large gatherings and church meetings from Seoul law. Rebecca has this report. South Korea has recorded over 300 cases of could invite us for a second day in a row for the country used to infection rates below 20. This has come as a shock. The current outbreak originated in a right wing church, whose members took place in a mass rally in the sensitive soul last week, despite pleas from the government for them to stay at home. Vitus has no spread through other conservative churches across the country. Afghan police say there's been a series of explosions in the capital Kabul, killing a security official on wounding four people, including a civilian, The statement said. The first blast targeted a private vehicle, while a second one in our later in a different area is a police car. News from the BBC. The Israeli army has child what it says are Hamas military targets in Gaza after a rocket was launched from the Palestinian en clave towards southern Israel. Security sources in Gaza said the Israeli shells targeted Hamas observation posts and caused no casualties. Several in century balloons launched from Gaza are reported to set more farm and scrubland delight in Israel. Malaysia has deported a Bangladeshi worker who appeared in a documentary critical of the government's treatment of undocumented migrants. During the Corona virus locked down Mohammed ran Kabeer was taken in handcuffs to the airport for a Friday night flight home to darker. It was arrested last month and had his work permit revote after the Al Jazeera documentary went to air Washington Zoo has welcomed the birth of a giant panda cub after much anticipation from fans around the world who watched the labor live online. The high level of interest mints that the link to the panda Webcam crashed several times. The Smithsonian's National Zoo reassured fans on social media that the mother was nursing her cub and cuddling it close. A mother is 22 years old, and this is her fourth baby. Prolific Panamanian musician and composer Petro as L, who has had hits with prominent Hispanic singers, has died in Florida at the age of 70. He'd been in a coma on life support after injuring his head and a fool. Panama's minister of culture, said Petra's L had touched generations of music lovers with the frankness and humanity of his songs. One of his biggest hits was was with Thiss My Freedom, some by Frankie Ruiz. He got Sandy settle ever. And that's the BBC news. This is the real story for the BBC. I'm rich lush, are with your weekly deep dive into a story that's making use and changing lives on this week, more than 2.8 million people in India has been diagnosed with Corona virus on the numbers are rising rapidly. Fighting are highly infectious virus in a country of more than 1.3 billion people was never going to be easy. We had tto enforce a quick and swiftly come get people to stay at home and isolate on DH. 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"I'm Eileen McCue with the BBC news. German doctors have been allowed to see Alexi Navalny, the Russian opposition activists who's in a coma after a suspected poisoning. They're hoping to take him to Germany for treatment. But the Russian hospital where Mr Navalny is being kept says he's too sick to be transported. A spokesman for Mr Navalny said he hoped giving the doctor's access might lead to the transport van being reversed something the opposition leader's wife has urged President Putin to do. Speaking at a news conference in Berlin there need, Volkoff said they still remained in the dark about what was going on, given all the quite optimistic developments over the last hours. We are very far from heavens. The situation resolved. Because he's still there. We still have no bag missus still have nor analysis. We still have no access to any reliable data. And our demand stays the same. Yeah, we we have to bring him to someplace for independent analysis could be done what actually is happening to him? A standoff over the disputed election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko has continued in Belarus. Svetlana Tikhonov ska who challenged Mr Lukashenka at the polls, said Belarusians would never accept his rule or forgive the government's violent suppression of opposition protests. Jenna Fischer reports from Minsk. From across the border in Lithuania. Sit Lana ticking off CE Kaya, The woman who many people think one Belarus is presidential election called for new elections that would be free, fair and transparent on for political prisoners to be released. Comments come amid mounting pressure on what remains of the opposition inside Belarus this morning, President Lukashenka met with soldiers and riot police telling them he planned to solve the problem in the next few days. Joan of Fisher reporting from Minsk. Libya's rival authorities have declared an immediate ceasefire. The move was immediately welcomed by the United Nations. He has our North Africa correspondent Rana Jawad. A statement from the prime minister's office says that military forces have been ordered to immediately cease fire and all combat operations in all Libyan territories. The government also called for elections to be held in March next year. Separately, the head of Libya's parliament, which is based in the east of the country, also declared a ceasefire. The parliament as a political rival to the internationally recognised authorities in Tripoli with links to the self proclaimed Libyan National Army, led by the robe, General Khalifa Haftar. His forces lead more than a year long war in 2019 to try and take over the capital, but they were pushed back in June. Manager went reporting. This is the world News from the BBC. And this is doubled You and my C here in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Newark residents joined at Mayor Razz Braca protest the state Supreme Court ruling that they say gutted civilian oversight of police misconduct. Iraq is calling for bold and courageous action from the Legislature, the state attorney general and the governor to give Newark Civilian Complaint Review board the powers to compel officers to testify during investigations. And in the mean time we continue having me around next way die in this because nobody has the right timing. In.