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Putin sacks prominent Kremlin ideologue, Ukraine hardliner

Reuters Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday dismissed a veteran, once close adviser who until recently managed Moscow's relations with war-torn Ukraine.
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