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RUSSIA CANADA DIPLOMAT
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March 19, 2002 
HUSBAND OF THE INJURED WOMAN DORE LEAVES COURT AFTER RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT
KNYAZEV GOT FOUR YEARS BEHIND... 
Moscow, Russia 
HUSBAND OF THE INJURED WOMAN DORE LEAVES COURT AFTER RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT
KNYAZEV GOT FOUR YEARS BEHIND... 
HUSBAND OF THE INJURED WOMAN DORE LEAVES COURT AFTER RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT
KNYAZEV GOT FOUR YEARS BEHIND BARS IN MOSCOW.


Philippe Dore (L), husband of injured Canadian Catherine Dore, 56,
leaves court after Russian diplomat Andrei Knyazev got four years
behind bars in Moscow, March 19, 2002. A Moscow court sentenced Knyazev
to four years behind bars for killing one woman and injuring another in
a drink-driving accident in Canada which strained ties between the two
states. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
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