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Goa, billiards & $2mn basket of sausages: Ex-finance minister’s trial full of weird details

With more witnesses testifying in the trial against former economy minister Aleksey Ulyukayev, the media have covered some unusual and downright weird details surrounding Russia’s most high-profile corruption probe in years. Read Full Article at
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