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Kremlin reviews pardon request from Norwegian jailed for espionage

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019
The Kremlin said on Wednesday it had received a formal pardon request from Frode Berg, a Norwegian national jailed in Russia for espionage, and that it would review the request in line with normal procedures.
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