Kremlin rejects reports of Russian bounties to kill US troops in Afghanistan
Monday, 29 June 2020 ()
Russia has dismissed as “lies” media reports alleging that a Russian military intelligence unit attempted to pay bounties to members of the Taliban militant group to kill American troops in Afghanistan. In a controversial report on Friday, the New York Times, citing an unnamed source, claimed that a top-secret unit within the Russian military intelligence, or the GRU, had allegedly offered monetary rewards to Taliban-linked militants to kill US troopers in...
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