The Newsmakers

The European Court of Human Rights rules Russia’s Alexey Navalny arrest were politically motivated

Alexey Navalny is one of Vladimir Putin’s biggest critics. And according to his supporters he’s had to pay the price for it multiple times. In just two years, the Russian opposition leader was detained seven times. Now the European Court of Human Rights has ruled his arrests were politically motivated. And it ordered the Kremlin to pay him more than 70,000 dollars in damages. So is Alexey Navalny a criminal as the Kremlin says? Or is Moscow suppressing pluralism? Sergey Markov Former Kremlin adviser Alexander Artemyev Media manager at Amnesty International

Russia’s outlawed opposition?

Russia’s outlawed opposition?

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny barred from presidential election

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny barred from presidential election

Rohingya in limbo | Iraq’s forgotten Yazidis? | Navalny vindicated?

Rohingya in limbo | Iraq’s forgotten Yazidis? | Navalny vindicated?

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Congress Condemns Trump Over Racist Tweets | Who’s Venezuela’s Legitimate Leader?

Congress Condemns Trump Over Racist Tweets | Who’s Venezuela’s Legitimate Leader?

Picture This | India’s Monsoon Rains

Picture This | India’s Monsoon Rains

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Could Venezuela’s Opposition Topple Maduro?

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Venezuelans Celebrate Independence with Dueling Protests

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Should Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky be Released?

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Why is the UAE Winding Down in Yemen?

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UAE’s Yemen Strategy | Nigeria’s Shia Movement | Marriage of Conversion

Pakistan’s Forced Conversions

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Is the UAE Reducing Troops for Peace?

Is the UAE Reducing Troops for Peace?

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24 Years After The Srebrenica Genocide | Picture This

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