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X Briefly Suspends Yulia Navalnaya’s Account

via Guardian News
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The social platform X temporarily suspended Yulia Navalnaya’s account after she accused Russian President Putin of killing her husband, Alexei Navalny.

Navalnaya’s account was later restored, but she claimed it was “shadow banned.”

She demanded the return of Navalny’s body for a dignified burial.

“I don’t care how the killer’s press secretary comments on my words,” Navalnaya wrote on X. “Give back Alexei’s body and let him be buried with dignity, don’t stop people from saying goodbye to him.

“And I really ask all journalists who may still ask questions: don’t ask about me, ask about Alexei.”

Navalny, a prominent opposition leader, died in prison, with President Biden blaming Putin for his death.

Russian authorities are withholding Navalny’s body for examination.

Navalnaya suggested her husband might have been killed with a nerve agent.

“They are cowardly and meanly hiding his body, refusing to give it to his mother and lying miserably while waiting for the trace of” poison to disappear, Navalnaya said in a video.

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