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June 22, 2000
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Callers to a talk show in Russia expressed mixed feelings about the recent arrest of a Jewish leader on charges of embezzlement. One caller to the show said Vladimir Goussinsky had been released after three days because of the power of the “Jewish lobby,” according to The New York Times. But another caller told Goussinsky, who appeared on the show broadcast live on his NTV network, “Don’t give in, and keep up the struggle.”

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