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Foreign Affairs Committee plans to discuss 'mysterious' 150t cargo of U.S. Embassy behind closed doors
Kyrgyzstan | politics | 16:29, 20 April 2015 | 1818

AKIPRESS.COM - The Committee on Foreign Affairs said it will discuss today behind closed doors a controversial cargo shipment of the U...

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