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Nobel winner says he would have given peace prize to Navalny

By AFP
11 October 2021   |   11:25 am
Dmitry Muratov, the chief editor of Russia's leading independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta who has won the Nobel Peace Prize, says he would have given the award to jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.

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