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Putin says 'genius musician' Elton John mistaken on Russia LGBT rights

Reuters Saturday, 29 June 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that Elton John was "mistaken" about LGBT rights in Russia, while praising the British singer as a musical genius.
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Elton John is blasting Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent comments on LGBT issues, accusing him of hypocrisy, but the Russian leader insists Elton is mistaken. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

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