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November 30, 1987
Officials in Moscow disconnected the telephone of Valery Senderov, 42, a former political prisoner who had gathered information on human rights conditions, another dissident said. Senderov, who occasionally telephoned Western journalists in Moscow and human rights organizations abroad, reported that his telephone was disconnected after calling exiled Soviet dissident Alexander Ginzburg in Paris on Friday, Vladimir Pimonov said.
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November 30, 1987
Officials in Moscow disconnected the telephone of Valery Senderov, 42, a former political prisoner who had gathered information on human rights conditions, another dissident said. Senderov, who occasionally telephoned Western journalists in Moscow and human rights organizations abroad, reported that his telephone was disconnected after calling exiled Soviet dissident Alexander Ginzburg in Paris on Friday, Vladimir Pimonov said.
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December 21, 1987 | Associated Press
Eight people were arrested Saturday moments after gathering outside a Moscow educational institute with banners to denounce the KGB on the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the state security police, dissident Valery Senderov said.
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August 21, 1987 | WILLIAM J. EATON, Times Staff Writer
Mother Teresa of Calcutta arrived Thursday in Moscow and said she would like to send missionaries to the Soviet Union to provide "love and care" as they do in 77 other countries. Mother Teresa, who in 1979 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, is in Moscow for a five-day visit as the guest of the Soviet Peace Committee. Her hosts said she will meet with leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church and travel to the Ukraine to meet with resettled refugees from last year's nuclear disaster at Chernobyl.
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