Russia critic Alexei Navalny gives first interview from jail, comparing prison to Chinese labour camp

Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has given his first interview from prison, comparing it to a Chinese labour camp and saying he is forced to watch eight hours of state television a day.Navalny, who built his political career on exposing corruption in Russia, is being held in a maximum-security prison colony in Pokrov, 100km (60 miles) east of Moscow.He told The New York Times the days of heavy labour in Soviet gulags were over -replaced by what he called the “psychological violence” of…

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