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A Moscow court on Thursday convicted tycoon and Kremlin critic Boris Berezovsky in absentia of embezzling millions of dollars from national airline Aeroflot in the 1990s, and sentenced him to six years in prison.

Berezovsky, a former Kremlin insider who fled to Britain and has become one of President Vladimir Putin’s most vocal foes, said the charges were part of a politically motivated campaign against him.

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