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Convicted agent Butina accepts Russia job offer: TASS

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019
A Russian agent briefly jailed in the United States and then deported back to Moscow has accepted a state job to defend Russians imprisoned abroad, TASS news agency reported on Friday.
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