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WH does not confirm or deny Russia bounty reports

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WH does not confirm or deny Russia bounty reports

WH does not confirm or deny Russia bounty reports

[NFA] Russian bounty offers to Taliban militants are believed to have led to the death of at least one U.S. soldier in Afghanistan, according to American intelligence, two newspapers reported, and Congress on Monday demanded more information about the reports.

Gavino Garay has the story.

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