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  • Mass raids target Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny

    Kremlin critics denounce searches as attempts to intimidate them Russian investigators have raided opposition offices across the country in the latest move to increase pressure on the chief government critic Alexei Navalny and his allies. The raids, which investigators said were linked to suspicions of financial crimes, followed similar mass searches last month and came less than a week after Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) was declared “a foreign agent”. Continue reading

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  • Police raid Extinction Rebellion activists as they batter down the door of London headquarters

    Two police officers used a battering ram to break down the door of the former Lambeth County Court in South London after activists locked themselves inside. Pictured, the raid.

    Mail Online
  • Brazilian police stormed a hospital to get a bullet that allegedly killed an 8-year-old girl during a police raid

    Felipe Dana/AP Agatha Felix was killed in Rio de Janeiro during a police raid, when witnesses say a officer aiming a motorcyclist hit her instead. Hours after Felix died, police raided the hospital to demand doctors hand over the bullet that killed her, according to a local report. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Between 10 and 20 Brazilian police officers swept into a hospital in Rio de Janeiro and demanded doctors hand over a bullet that...

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  • Police raid Bulgarian FА headquarters

    More than 20 police officers swept into the Bulgarian Football Union's (BFU) headquarters in Sofia less than a hour after its president Borislav Mihaylov resigned following racist incidents during Bulgaria's Euro 2020 qualifier against England on Monday.