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Will Russia retaliate for ambassador’s assassination?

By Bloomberg
20 December 2016   |   6:00 am
Ian Bremmer, founder and president at Eurasia Group, discusses the shooting death of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in Ankara on Monday and relations between the two nations.

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