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April 19, 2000
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A Russian court released pending his appeal a 26-year-old Jewish computer programmer who was given a two-year jail sentence for refusing to serve in the Russian army. The case of Dmitry Neverovsky comes amid an increase in draft dodging in Russia among both Jews and non-Jews reluctant to serve in Chechnya.

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