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Data on Financial Transfers Bolstered Suspicions That Russia Offered Bounties

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Data on Financial Transfers Bolstered Suspicions That Russia Offered BountiesAnalysts have used other evidence to conclude that the transfers were likely part of an effort to offer payments to Taliban-linked militants to kill American and coalition troops in Afghanistan.
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More information on the bounty put on American soldiers. Overnight, the New York Times uncovered a possible financial link between Russia and the Taliban. NYT reports that American officials intercepted electronic data showing large financial transfers from a bank account controlled by Russia's...

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