Jailed Russian Opposition Leader Hospitalized, Interfax Says
Russian opposition leader Sergey Udaltsov, who’s serving a 15-day prison term following May 6 protests against President Vladimir Putin, was hospitalized as his health deteriorated because of a hunger strike, the Interfax news service said, citing Udaltsov.
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