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A Russian court ordered the arrest of Yulia Navalnaya, widow of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, during an in absentia hearing amid a Kremlin crackdown. Navalnaya, living abroad, faces arrest if she returns to Russia, charged with involvement in an extremist group. Navalny, a critic of President Putin, died in February in a penal colony while serving a 19-year sentence. Navalnaya blames Putin for her husband’s death and vowed to continue his work. She mocked the court’s order on social media, asserting Putin should be imprisoned in Russia. Russian officials deny involvement in Navalny’s poisoning and death.

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