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US Journalist David Satter on his Expulsion from Russia: 'I Was Told My Presence Was Undesirable'

David Satter

David Satter, a US journalist working in Moscow, has been expelled by the Russian security services without explanation. Satter speaks exclusively to the the Guardian about the moment on Christmas Day when he was told that he was banned from the country.

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