Opposition Activist Kara-Murza, Jr. Hospitalized in Serious Condition with Similar Symptoms to 2015 Poisoning

February 2, 2017
Opposition press conference February 20, 2015 for "Vesna" (Spring) opposition march planned March 1, 2015. From left to right: Leonid Volkov, Boris Nemtsov, Vladimir Kara-Murza, Sergei Davidis and Vladimir Milov. Nemtsov was assassinated February 27, 2015 and the protest action was converted to a funeral march. Kara-Murza was poisoned on May 26, 2015 and was in a coma for many weeks; he is now recovering.

LIVE UPDATES: Vladimir Kara-Murza, Jr., journalist and activist in the Russian opposition, has been hospitalized again today in serious condition with the same symptoms as his poisoning in 2015.

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