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Kremlin dismisses 'absurd' UK accusations Russia is exploiting coronavirus opportunities

Reuters Thursday, 18 June 2020
The Kremlin on Thursday described accusations by Britain that Russia, along with China and Iran, was looking to exploit opportunities created by the coronavirus, as "absurd".
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