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Can Navalny still move Moscow?

Supporters in Moscow hold "Navalny" placards at Manezhnaya Square at an unsanctioned rally on December 30, 2014Russian opposition leader and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny has called for mass protests in Moscow on March 1. Navalny himself won't be there. He's serving a 15-day prison sentence for handing out leaflets about the protests in Moscow's subway.

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Medvedev orders annual anti-corruption check-up for biggest banks

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered the heads of Russia's two largest banks — state-owned Sberbank and VTB Group — to report their income, expenses and assets as mandated by an anti-corruption law passed in 2012.

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Navalny convicted of Twitter libel, could be jailed

Image courtesy of Wiki CommonsRussian opposition leader and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny was convicted of libel Tuesday and could be sent to prison.

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Navalny convicted, jailed five years

Alexei Navalny and supporters outside the Moscow Election Commission in June 2013 to file his papers to run for mayor (photo courtesy of Navalny's blog)Alexei Navalny, the Russian anti-corruption blogger whose popularity propelled him into the role of opposition leader, was convicted Thursday of embezzlement from a state-owned timber company and sentenced to five years in prison.

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'Political trial' of anti-graft campaigner opens in Russia

Photo courtesy of WikipediaRussia's leading anti-corruption activist is being put on trial for embezzlement -- charges he and his supporters say are phony and intended to punish him for exposing government fraud.

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Moscow Activist Questions International Auditors

A shareholder activist in Russia alleges large-scale fraud at Transneft -- up to $4 billion -- and says it couldn't have happened without outside help.

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