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Navalny describes 'corrupt officials' in London helping Putin in never-before-seen interview

Sky News Sunday, 25 February 2024
Alexei Navalny once hit out at the "corrupt officials" living in London who allegedly help Vladimir Putin's regime stash dirty money, Sky News can reveal.
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In the run-up to India's elections, PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi clash over poverty eradication promises, with Modi mocking Gandhi's proposal as unrealistic. Meanwhile, Congress fields Kanhaiya Kumar against BJP's Manoj Tiwari, sparking a Bihar showdown. Mayawati proposes Western UP as a new state, Putin is likened to Modi, and CM Yogi Adityanath emphasises security issues. Stay tuned for updates at Oneindia News. #LokSabha #Elections2024 #LokSabhaelections2024 #Mayawati #PMModi #RahulGandhi #SharadPawar #ManojTiwari #Politics #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~HT.178~PR.152~ED.194~GR.125~

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said his forces launched an attack that destroyed the largest power-generating plant in the Kyiv region in retaliation for assaults against his own country’s energy sector. Putin insisted that Russia was "obliged" to launch strikes on Ukrainian energy sites. The repeated attacks on civilian power stations have sparked outrage from Ukraine's allies. Speaking to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, President Putin argued that the attacks were only in response to Kyiv's attacks on Russian targets. #KyivPowerStation #PutinWarning #Blackout #KyivAttack #PowerStationStrike #Ukraine #VladimirPutin #SecurityConcerns #EnergyCrisis #InternationalNews #RussiaUkraineWar ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.194~

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