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Russia / Dissident Poisoning / Navalny #1276704

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 2020
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Clarissa Ward) The stunning new details about the poisoning of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, who had poison placed in his underwear as revealed by a Russian SSD agent, Konstain Kudryavtsev@, reviewed; details given about the {translated} sting phone conversation between the unwitting agent & Navalny, the long trailing of Navalny by a toxin team with maps shown. How crazy this conversation was, how Navalny's pursuers followed him for three years while trying to avoid detection, the SSD denial of this conversation trying to discredit Navalny.

Berman, John;
Ward, Clarissa

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