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Russian investigators raid opposition’s offices across country

By AFP
19 October 2019   |   11:33 am
Russia's opposition says that investigators have launched raids on its offices across the country, in the latest move to put pressure on government critics. Ivan Zhdanov, the director of Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), said the raids were taking place in 15 cities and that investigators were outside the foundation's offices in Moscow.

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