Police search Navalny's Moscow apartments, office: aide

Russian police on Wednesday launched raids on the Moscow apartments and offices of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, his team said, ahead of new protests called for the weekend to demand his release. Ivan Zhdanov, the head of Navalny’s FBK Anti-Corruption Foundation, said police were searching flats linked to Navalny and the foundation’s offices for alleged violations of coronavirus restrictions. Russia’s Interior Ministry said Wednesday it had launched a criminal probe into the violation of sanitary and epidemiological measures during a Moscow protest that saw thousands rally in support o…

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