Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny heads back to Russia from Germany, where he has been recovering from a nerve agent attack that almost killed him.
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The Russian opposition figure says he is suffering from fever, but has vowed to continue his hunger strike. He has been moved to a sick ward and tested for coronavirus, local media reported.
Jailed Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny has announced on social media he will go on hunger strike until he receives proper medical treatment.
As Alexei Navalny's health deteriorates, German lawmakers have called on the Council of Europe to look into the conditions of his imprisonment in Russia.
The jailed Russian opposition leader said he was being accused of breaking minor prison rules, which might put him in jeopardy of further punishment.
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