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Navalny mocks Putin over accusation he consciously left in a coma

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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny mocked President Vladimir Putin on Thursday for accusing him of knowingly breaking the law when he was evacuated from Russia last year in a coma. Navalny was flown to Germany in August after being poisoned with what German doctors would later say was a military-grade nerve agent. He was unconscious in a coma at the time. Putin told a news briefing on Wednesday after his summit with U.S. President Joe Biden that Navalny had consciously violated the terms of his parole related to a suspended prison sentence when he had left for Germany. “He…

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