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Russia to get new anti-doping programme by early 2017, promises President Vladimir Putin

Firstpost Friday, 2 December 2016
President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Russia's new anti-doping programme will be ready in early 2017 as the country battles to clean up its scandal-tainted image.

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