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'Coming back home': Anti-Putin Russian group claims responsibility for Belgorod attack


The anti-Kremlin Freedom of Russia Legion, which has claimed responsibility for an infiltration into Russian territory, has said it is "coming back home" in a video released on the Telegram social network.

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