Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny announced on Thursday that he had been released from custody after completing a 30-day sentence for organizing unauthorized protests ahead of President Vladimir Putin’s fourth inauguration last month.
“I’m with you again after a 30-day business trip. I’m so happy to be free,” he wrote on Twitter.
He walked free from a Moscow prison just as Russian capital was preparing open the FIFA World Cup later on Thursday.
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