Russian prison threatens to force feed hunger-striking Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny: allies

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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Staff at the Russian jail holding hunger-striking Kremlin pundit Alexei Navalny are taking steps to forcibly feed him, his partners said on Monday, notice he had lost 15 kg since he showed up at the office a month ago.

Navalny, 44, a noticeable adversary of Russian President Vladimir Putin, reported a yearning strike toward the finish of March in fight at what he said was the refusal of jail specialists to treat him appropriately for intense back and leg torment.

They say they have offered him legitimate treatment, yet that he has denied it, demanding that he needs to be treated by a specialist of his decision from outside the office, a solicitation they have declined.

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