Mueller Target Gets Six Months in Prison for Selling Bank Data to Russians

  1. Mueller Target Gets Six Months in Prison for Selling Bank Data to Russians  Wall Street Journal
  2. Cooperating US defendant sentenced in Mueller probe of Russian 2016 election trolling effort  Washington Post
  3. Man who sold stolen identities sentenced to prison in Russia probe  Reuters
  4. Californian Who Unwittingly Aided Russian Election Interference Gets 6 Months in Prison  New York Times
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California fake ID salesman who helped Mueller investigate Russians gets six months in jail

  1. California fake ID salesman who helped Mueller investigate Russians gets six months in jail  CNN
  2. Californian Who Unwittingly Aided Russian Election Interference Gets 6 Months in Prison  New York Times
  3. Trump-Appointed Judge Sentences Man in Mueller Case to 6 Months in Prison  Law.com
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Justice Department announces indictments of 7 Russians in hacking plot tied to Olympics doping scandal

  1. Justice Department announces indictments of 7 Russians in hacking plot tied to Olympics doping scandal  USA TODAY
  2. Fancy Bears, The Hackers Who Leaked All That Doping Data, Were Agents Of The Russian Military All Along  Deadspin
  3. 7 Russian Hackers Charged With Targeting Anti-Doping Agencies  Fortune
  4. The West indicts the GRU  The Economist
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Russians Planned Attack on Lab Testing Salisbury Nerve Agent, Swiss Say

  1. Russians Planned Attack on Lab Testing Salisbury Nerve Agent, Swiss Say  New York Times
  2. Two Russian spies expelled from the Netherlands ‘over Novichok lab hack plot’  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Swiss intelligence helped foil alleged Russian plot to spy on government lab  Reuters Africa
  4. Russische Spione auf dem Weg ins Berner Oberland verhaftet  Tages-Anzeiger Online
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Russians vote as opposition calls pension protests

Russians vote as opposition calls pension protestsRussians head to the polls for regional elections Sunday in which Kremlin-loyal candidates are set to dominate, as a jailed opposition leader calls for protests over unpopular pension reforms. The Moscow mayoral election is the highest-profile of the votes, but serious opposition candidates have been kept off the ballot paper in favour of incumbent Sergei Sobyanin. As with the presidential election in March, which saw Vladimir Putin return to the Kremlin for a fourth term with ease, the focus has moved to turnout due to the lack of suspense over results.


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