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Belarus foreign minister dies suddenly after speculation he’d been discussing secret peace plan



A spate of suspicious deaths has tormented the Russian elite in recent months. Bill Browder, who once ran Russia’s largest foreign investment fund, believes the mystery deaths were ‘all murders’. 

Dmitry Goloshchapov, the son of a Russian oligarch dubbed ‘Putin’s masseur’ was found dead just four days after his father left the country. The whereabouts of his father Konstantin Goloshchapov are unknown.

Anatoly Karpov, 71, a politician and Putin loyalist, has been left in a coma amid reports he was brutally beaten near the Kremlin earlier this month. He had called for an end to the war in Ukraine. 

Nikolay Petrunin, 47, dubbed the ‘Gas wonderkid’, died in mid-October allegedly from complications from Covid. His businesses built gas pipelines for major Russian energy operators and he had links to Kremlin gas behemoth Gazprom.

Pavel Pchelnikov, 52, a PR manager for the Russian Railways, was found shot dead at his home in the leafy Kolomenskaya Embankment neighbourhood on September 28.



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