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Friends and relatives take part in the funeral ceremony of Sergei Magnitsky at a cemetery in Moscow in 2009. The tax lawyer was arrested after he began investigating fraud at Hermitage Capital, which had been seized by the Russian tax police. He later died in prison. Mikhail Voskresensky /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In This Russian Trial, The Defendant Is A Dead Man

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Deborah and her son Leo on Mother's Day this year, one year after he came down with Kawasaki disease. Deborah Kogan hide caption

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A Windborne Clue To A Mysterious Childhood Disease

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Adam Lambert's second studio album is entitled Trespassing. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Adam Lambert: 'I Want To Sing It Big'

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