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Putin says Russia won’t prevent individual athletes from competing in Pyeongchang

By Reuters
06 December 2017   |   8:01 pm
President Vladimir Putin says that Russia is 'partially guilty' for the IOC decision to ban the national team from competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics for 'unprecedented systematic manipulation'

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