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Egypt’s ex-leader Mubarak acquitted of murder conspiracy charges
US whistleblower Edward Snowden asked for asylum in Russia, but later withdrew the request after President Putin urged him to cease "anti-American activity," according to the President's spokesperson.
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then rus-chin will have no neutral buffer like Nk opposed to usa/uk onslaught.this stupid lavrov
us,uk will lure Nk away from chin saying " look chin betrayed you"-aka maymbar like of chin lost
treacherous rus-chin betray their allies like Nk, iran,libya to please anglos enemies. rus-chin next
Evil england shared all spy secret only withanglo nations.It is English sponsored race war on world
Release 911 truth, many are running scared...
very interesting.. its almost like hes finding out who his enemies are now...
I wonder why so many people believe that Russia is obliged to solve their problems?
CIA lie - better dead than red. New truth. Better alive in easy crazy place than roaming streets.
21 countries said no to Snowden..
Putin must be sooooo mad...for someone telling him NO...doesnt happen much in Russia.
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