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Russia: Sergei Magnitsky is a dead man guilty

The case of Sergei Magnitsky, who died mysteriously in prison in 2009, has galvanized Western anger at alleged Russian rights abuses.

Chatter: Sergei Magnitsky is guilty, and dead

Russia convicts a dead man of tax fraud in a case that has put it at odds with the US, Egypt expects to receive American fighter jets, protesters scale one of Europe's tallest skyscrapers, and North Korea makes loving your country an art form.
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Russia convicts a dead man of tax fraud in a case that has put it at odds with the US, Egypt expects to receive American fighter jets, protesters scale one of Europe's tallest skyscrapers, and North Korea makes loving your country an art form.
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Whatever happened to the Magnitsky money?

MOSCOW — Sergei Magnitsky’s brutal death in a Moscow prison in 2009 has come to symbolize the confluence of corruption, repression and human rights abuse that’s flowered under Vladimir Putin. The lawyer's imprisonment and torture have brought the Kremlin condemnation from around the world. But one key part of the scandal remains unsolved: What happened to the $230 million Magnitsky claimed bureaucrats had embezzled?
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