Russian Opposition Leader's Illness Raises Fears of Foul Play

A Russian opposition leader is in intensive care in a Moscow hospital, and a lack of clarity about the cause of his sudden illness has raised fears of foul play.
The First City Hospital said 33-year-old Vladimir Kara-Murza remained in a grave condition on Thursday, two days after he was admitted. The Interfax news agency, citing the hospital’s chief doctor, said he appeared to be suffering from pancreatitis and double pneumonia.