Russian opposition figure hospitalized with mysterious illness

Russian opposition activist and journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza was rushed to hospital in Moscow on Wednesday after suddenly losing consciousness. Doctors initially suspected poisoning.
Vladimir Kara-Murza

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