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Exclusive: Putin Critic, Who Says He Was Poisoned Twice in Russia, Speaks Out

02:21

Vladimir Kara-Murza, one of the Russian president’s most high-profile critics, tells NBC Nightly News’ Richard Engel why he believes he was the target of two failed assassination attempts.