RUSSIAN OIL MURDERS
Russian investigators want to question former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky over a 1998 murder in Siberia, after uncovering what they said is new evidence suggesting he ordered the killing, a government spokesman said Tuesday.
Mr. Khodorkovsky suggested the investigation was political. Mr. Khodorkovsky, once head of the now-defunct Yukos oil company is now one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics, after serving a 10-year prison term for financial crimes and leaving Russia in 2013.
In a tweet, he suggested the Kremlin is retaliating for his criticism and for pressing a $50 billion arbitration-court…
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