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U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia has not yet sought pardon: Kremlin

Reuters Friday, 24 January 2020
The Kremlin said on Friday that the possible release of Naama Issachar, a U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia on drug charges, was being held up because she had not yet formally asked to be granted a pardon.
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US-Israeli woman Naama Issachar was jailed in Russia in October, on drug charges. Reuters reports Issachar has now asked for a pardon. Israel has called on Russia to release Issachar. She was sentenced by a Russian court to seven-and-a-half years in jail for drug offences. The Kremlin said earlier...

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