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Russia keeps Ukrainian sailors in custody despite swap talks

Reuters Wednesday, 17 July 2019
A court in Moscow ruled on Wednesday to keep 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by Russia off the coast of Crimea in custody for a further three months despite recent talks between Moscow and Kiev on a possible prisoner swap.
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