Russia: Who Killed Boris Nemtsov? By Peter J. Marzalik and Sara Jane Cuschleg On 27 February, Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was killed by unknown assailants less than 200 meters away from the Kremlin. A former deputy prime minister and vocal Putin critic, Nemtsov feared that his most recent campaign against Russian involvement in Ukraine [...]
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