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Moscow says U.S forced false confession from alleged Russian agent Maria Butina

Reuters India Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the United States of forcing Russian national Maria Butina to falsely confess to what it described on Wednesday as the ridiculous charge of her being a Russian agent.
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