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Nemtsov Murder Suspect May Have Confessed Under Torture

A member of the Kremlin's human rights council said there are reasons to believe the prime suspect in the killing of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov confessed under torture. Andrei Babushkin told reporters Wednesday that he had seen "numerous wounds" on the body of Zaur Dadayev during a visit to the suspect's prison cell on Tuesday. Meanwhile, a Moscow newspaper said Dadayev has reversed his confession to the killing, telling the Moskovsky Komsomolets that he...

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