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American Pastor Charged Under Russia's New Anti-Evangelism Law Sees Appeal Rejected

An American pastor who was charged under Russia's controversial anti-terror, anti-evangelism law has seen his appeal rejected, but has vowed to continue his religious freedom fight.
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