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The other Khashoggi

A gruesome death in Ukraine provides a warning for those following the murder of the Saudi journalist.

  • Mary Mycio
  • Politico

An opposition journalist disappears.

Anonymous tapes hint at his gruesome murder.

An autocrat selling himself as a pro-Western reformer, beset by intrigue at home, is blamed for the death.

In moral repugnance, the democratic world shuns him, sparking a foreign policy crisis.

If this sounds like the case of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, that’s because it is.

But the scenario also describes the sensational disappearance in 2000 of journalist Georgi…

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