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Alexei Navalny Poisoning: Russian Opposition Leader’s Backers Hunt for Clues


Thomas Grove and Ann M. Simmons | Photographs by

Arthur Bondar for The Wall Street Journal

TOMSK, Russia—Shortly after Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny collapsed last month on a plane over Siberia with signs of poisoning, his supporters rushed to the hotel room where he had been staying to look for clues.

Instead of calling the police, they said they bagged everything they could find there in the hopes of solving the mystery of what struck down the 44-year-old activist.


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