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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 28, 2015
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Also right now police are scouring the streets of Moscow trying to figure out who killed one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most outspoken critics. And why. Our Fred Pleitgen has the latest from Moscow. Thousands of people have been coming here to the scene of the crime throughout the entire day. Many of them laying flowers down. Many of them lighting candles and many of them with tears in their eyes. You can tell that Moscow is shocked by the events that happened here late on Friday nigh...
Reporter(s):
Frederik Pleitgen
Duration:
00:05:38

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