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Kremlin says no reason for now to investigate Alexei Navalny's illness

WorldNews Tuesday, 25 August 2020
Kremlin says no reason for now to investigate Alexei Navalny's illnessMOSCOW - The Kremlin said on Tuesday it saw no need for now to investigate the circumstances leading up to opposition politician Alexei Navalny’s illness and that a German clinic’s initial diagnosis of poisoning was not yet conclusive. German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday called...
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The Kremlin said on Tuesday it saw no need for now to investigate the circumstances leading up to opposition politician Alexei Navalny's illness. It went on to label a German clinic's initial diagnosis of poisoning as not yet conclusive. Adam Reed reports.

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