Pardoned tycoon trumpets Sochi
BERLIN -- Mikhail Khodorkovsky says the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi are a "celebration of sport" that should not be damaged.
The former oil tycoon spent 10 years in jail on what the West considers trumped-up political charges by President Vladimir Putin's government.
He was pardoned Friday and flew to Berlin.
At a Berlin news conference Sunday, Khodorkovsky made clear that he isn't advocating a boycott of the Sochi Olympics. However, he also said the event "should not ...
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