A Russian agent deported to Moscow after serving jail time in the United States has accepted a state job defending Russians imprisoned aboard, according to media reports.

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  • Russian agent Maria Butina accepts job defending Russians ...
    A Russian agent deported to Moscow after serving jail time in the United States has accepted a state job defending Russians  imprisoned abroad, according to media reports. Russian human rights commissioner Tatyana Moskalkova recently offered the agent,  Maria Butina, the job during her first public appearance since being deported last month.
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