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Supporters of a Russian scientist who fears political retribution from the Putin government if she is deported back to her native country say she'll be allowed to stay in Canada, at least for now.
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22 hours ago
Supporters of a Russian scientist who fears political retribution from the Putin government if she is deported back to her native country say she'll be allowed to stay in Canada, at least for now.
3 weeks ago
Russian scientist Elena Musikhina, a vocal opponent of the Putin government, says Canada is about to deliver her into the arms of Russia's secret police.
October 15th, 2018
The site scores again with its online investigation of Russians accused in the Skripal poisoning. “Alexander Petrov,” a Russian man accused of an assassination attempt in England, is actually a decorated GRU officer named Alexander Mishkin.The story, first reported by Bellingcat, the crowd-sourced investigative site, and the Insider, a Moscow-based news site, has now been confirmed.AP reporter Nataliya Vasilyeva went to Mishkin’s hometown and discovered it was true.“Several residents of this remote hamlet located amid marshlands and deep forests in Russia’s northwestern Arkhangelsk region easily recognized him in photos Wednesday as one of two men accused by British officials of poisoning a former Russian spy.”The Mishkin story is a tale of geopolitical intrigue. In early September, the British government charged that two Russian men, “Alexander Petrov” and “Ruslan Boshirov,” were involved in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, a turncoat Russian intelligence off...
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