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Residents of the city of Omsk fear that the Chinese workers brought in to help modernize Siberia’s gas industry will take over their region.
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Alexander Murakhovsky, the first doctor to treat Alexei Navalny after he was poisoned with a nerve agent last year, reappeared after going missing Friday.
The German medical team has ascertained Navalny is fit enough to be airlifted to Berlin. Russian doctors have now given permission for his transfer which is expected to occur on Saturday. DW followed how events unfolded.
Hospital beds are in short supply in several regions, as Russia faces record COVID-19 numbers. Many people are receiving treatment at home. Now locals in Siberia have united to get doctors to their patients faster.
Police in Siberia say they have launched a preliminary investigation, following findings that Navalny may have been poisoned. German Chancellor Merkel had earlier called on the Kremlin to "urgently" look into the matter.
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