Trudy Rubin: Kremlin's murder of opponents can't be accepted as new global norm
On Friday, President Donald Trump said the United States had no proof yet that the most prominent Russian opposition leader had been poisoned by the Kremlin.Never mind that German military scientists had confirmed earlier in the week “100%” that Alexei Navalny was poisoned by one of the world’s deadliest — and internationally banned — chemical agents developed by the Soviet Union. (Having fallen ill while he campaigned in Siberia, Navalny had been medevaced to a Berlin hospital.)On Sept. 2, Western governments condemned Russia. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called the Navalny case an “attemp...
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