(Sarah Parnass /The Washington Post)
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This journalist faked his own death. Then he showed up at a news conference.
Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko shocked the world by turning up at a news conference in Ukraine May 30, the day after Ukrainian police had reported him dead.
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