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Germany expels two Russians in dispute over killing of Georgian in Berlin

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Germany said on Wednesday it had expelled two Russian embassy employees in protest over what it said was Moscow's lack of cooperation in an investigation into the murder of a Georgian man in Berlin.
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Germany expelled two Russian diplomats from the embassy in Berlin over the murder of a former Chechen insurgent in August.View on euronews

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