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Ex-Russian army commander detained over fraud charge

  • Lieutenant-General Vadim Shamarin, the deputy head of the Russian army’s General Staff, was detained for suspected large-scale bribe-taking.
  • Shamarin allegedly took bribes from a communications equipment factory for state contract favors, receiving at least $360,000 in return.
  • If convicted, Shamarin could face up to 15 years in jail and is currently held in pre-trial detention.
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