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U.S. hacking charges fail to impress Russians. They just think we hate them.

MOSCOW — It's kind of hard these days for Russians to get too worked up by angry statements from Washington about their leaders. What with sanctions over Crimea, tensions in Syria and saber-rattling in the Baltics, many here think their country is already in a slowly simmering cold war with the United States, or serves as a convenient scapegoat […]
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