Source Pravda.Ru

Two suspected in connection with Forbes Editor's murder arrested

Two men suspected in the murder of Paul Khlebnikov, the Chief Editor of Forbes Russia, have been arrested in Moscow, representatives of the Russian Interior Ministry told RBC. The two men came from the North Caucasus, the representatives said. Other details have not been disclosed. An investigation is being held now.

Paul Khlebnikov was shot dead on July 9, 2004. A criminal case for murder was initiated later. The Russian General Prosecutor' Office is holding investigations.

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