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Ukraine Launches Investigation Into Possible Yovanovitch Surveillance

Newsy Thursday, 16 January 2020
Ukraine Launches Investigation Into Possible Yovanovitch SurveillanceWatch VideoUkraine is opening an investigation into the possible illegal surveillance of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch.

The investigation follows the release of photos, text messages and notes handed over to the House Intelligence Committee by Lev Parnas. 

Parnas's text messages had dozens of...
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The investigation follows the release of photos, text messages and notes handed over to the House Intelligence Committee by Lev Parnas.

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