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    Jailed WNBA player Brittney Griner appeals conviction in Russian court

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  • Brittney Griner appeals Russian drug charge conviction

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  • Brittney Griner’s lawyers appeal Russian drug charge conviction

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  • Zelenskyy: ‘Crimea is Ukrainian and we will never give it up’

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  • Officials say a 'two-for-two' swap from American prisoners in Russia is possible

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  • Russia ready to discuss Brittney Griner prisoner swap, Moscow says

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  • US and Russia to talk prisoner swap after Brittney Griner verdict

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  • White House working ‘aggressively' to bring Brittney Griner home

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  • Biden calls Griner sentencing ‘unacceptable,’ White House hopeful on potential prisoner swap

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  • Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison on drug charges

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  • Brittney Griner tells Moscow court she had no intention of breaking law

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  • U.S. sanctions Putin's alleged mistress

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  • Brittney Griner appears in court for a seventh time on drug charges

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  • First shipment of Ukrainian grain leaves port after months-long blockade

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  • Biden administration offers deal to free Brittney Griner, Paul Whelan from Russian prison

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  • US offers prisoner swap for Brittney Griner’s release from Russia

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  • Blinken says U.S. offered Russia deal for WNBA star Brittney Griner

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  • Brittney Griner testifies in Russia drug trial, maintains she did not intend to break law

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  • Brittney Griner testifies at drug charges trial in Moscow court

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  • Former U.S. Marine detained in Russia Trevor Reed speaks out

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U.S. expels 12 Russian intelligence operatives after ‘espionage activities’

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White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed that the U.S. is in the process of expelling 12 Russian intelligence operatives. Psaki said the move has been in the works for several months after the operatives engaged in “espionage activities.”