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Poor response to tip blamed on Cold War distrust

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A former official of the Russian government is telling Congress that lingering, Cold War-era distrust may have made American officials less inclined to act on tips from Russian security services about one of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers Andranik Migranyan is a former member of the President Council of the Russian Federation and now director of the New York-based...

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