NARVA - Only two dozen people came to the online videoconference featuring BorisBerezovsky last week in Narva in the hope either to hear a smart recipe forlocal development or to be first to learn about the plans of the exiledoligarch who recently announced his intention to make a political comeback.Andres Valme, a businessman from Narva who arranged the online conference,said it was done to draw the oligarch's attention to the unlikely problem ofburial places of soldiers fallen in WWII."We find the remains of soldiers, and they are being kept in sugar bags forfour years. Nowhere in Europe ...
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