German doctors say Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny released from hospital after poisoning treatment.
Notably, independent laboratories in Germany, France, and Sweden have confirmed the claim from Navalny's team that the leading critic of President Vladimir Putin was
The dissident fell ill on a domestic flight in Russia last month. His team has said Navalny was likely contaminated with the chemical weapon in his hotel room in Siberia, just before he boarded Moscow's flight.
Russian officials have offered various explanations for Navalny's sudden illness since he collapsed on the August 20 flight, from a "metabolic condition" to the suggestions that he may even have been poisoned on route to or after arriving in Germany — several days after he first fell ill.