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Former Moldovan president placed under house arrest

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In the former Soviet Republic of Moldova the pro-Russian Former Moldovan president Igor Dodon was put under house arrest in the course of an investigation examining, among others, the charge of high treason, local media reported on Thursday. A court in the capital of Chisinau rejected an application by the prosecution for Dodon to be placed on remand. The house of the 47-year-old was searched on Tuesday. Dodon accused his political opponent, Moldovan President Maia Sandu of organizing the investigation out of political motivations. Dodon had been president of Moldova between 2016 and 2020. He …

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