- Murder of Russian journalists in Africa linked to secretive mercenary group they were investigating, reports claim The Telegraph
- Murdered journalists were tracked by police with shadowy Russian links, evidence shows CNN
- Russians Indicted by Mueller Linked to Murder of Journalists in Central African Republic TIME
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Three journalists murdered in the Central African Republic in July were being accompanied by a driver connected to the secretive Russian mercenaries they were investigating, a report has found, calling into doubt Moscow's official explanation that they were shot in a robbery.
New evidence shows that three Russian journalists killed in the Central African Republic last year were victims of a well-planned ambush involving a senior police officer with shadowy Russian connections -- and they were tracked from the moment they arrived in the country.
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