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    Crackdown on Greenpeace Part of Wider Control in Russian Arctici
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    September 30, 2013 11:01 PM
    Russia's jailing of Greenpeace activists is drawing attention to the Russian Arctic. James Brooke reports from Salekhard, the Russian city closest to the Greenpeace protest.

    Crackdown on Greenpeace Part of Wider Control in Russian Arctic

    Published September 30, 2013

    Russia's jailing of Greenpeace activists is drawing attention to the Russian Arctic. James Brooke reports from Salekhard, the Russian city closest to the Greenpeace protest.


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