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  • Will the Russian government get to keep this New York mansion?

    The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that.

Will the Russian government get to keep this New York mansion?

The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that.
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