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Trump-Russia claims: US intelligence chiefs to give evidence

BBC News Monday, 20 March 2017
Trump-Russia claims: US intelligence chiefs to give evidenceFBI and NSA directors will give evidence on claims Moscow interfered with 2016's election campaign.
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News video: US intelligence chiefs to testify on Trump-Russia claims

US intelligence chiefs to testify on Trump-Russia claims 01:17

Claims that Russia meddled in last year’s US presidential election will be addressed by FBI Director James Comey at a rare public hearing of the Congressional Intelligence Committee on Monday. US spy agencies have said Moscow intervened with the aim of helping Donald Trump win. But Republican...

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