Israel extradites accused Russian computer hacker to United States

U.S. officials have accused Aleksei Burkov of committing more than $20 million in computer fraud. His extradition is the latest development in a legal drama pitting Washington against Moscow and involving an imprisoned Israeli American woman as an apparent pawn.
(Luca Bruno/AP)
(Luca Bruno/AP)

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