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Russia Apologizes to Farmer Detained for Buying 'Illegal' GPS To Track Cows

Russian prosecutors have apologized to a farmer who was accused of espionage after he bought GPS trackers for his stray cattle. Yevgeny Vasilyev, 39, faced up to 4 years behind bars after security officers in the Urals region of Kurgan detained him in the act of receiving a delivery of GPS trackers from China last year.

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