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Siberian shaman who vowed to banish Putin banned from leaving hometown

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Russia on Wednesday banned a shaman from leaving his Siberian hometown after he was detained during a second attempt to hike to Moscow on what he has called a mission to banish President Vladimir Putin from the Kremlin.
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