Second Convicted 'Network' Activist In Russia Has Tuberculosis, Mother Says.

A second Russian convicted of belonging to a terrorist cell authorities have labeled “Set” (Network) has been afflicted with tuberculosis, his mother told Russian media on February 25.

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