Survey: One In Three Russian Doctors Told To 'Adjust' COVID-19 Stats.

More than a third of doctors working with coronavirus patients in Russia have received "instructions" to manipulate statistics on the COVID-19 outbreak, a new poll suggests.

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Children Of Azerbaijani Ex-Security Chief Acquired Luxury Properties In Britain, Investigation Finds.

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Hundreds More Captives Freed As Part Of Afghanistan-Taliban Prisoner Swap.

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