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November 17, 2000
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The newly elected governor of the Kursk region in central Russia publicly apologized for anti-Semitic statements he made last week, when he lashed out at the “all-Russian Jewish conspiracy.” Alexander Mikhailov apologized after he met with the regional representative of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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