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Navalny back in court, accused of defaming a veteran

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Moscow (Russia), Feb 5 (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Sergei Ilnitsky) Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has again appeared before the Russian judiciary on Friday for the second time in a week, this time accused of defaming a World War II veteran. FOOTAGE OUTSIDE THE COURT.

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