An Orthodox Church priest performs a service over the coffin of journalist Georgiy Gongadze, covered with Ukrainian and Georgian flags in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 22, 2016. (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)
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The remains of a Ukrainian pro-opposition reporter who came to symbolize the fight for free speech were laid to rest Tuesday nearly 16 years after his mysterious kidnapping and beheading.The grisly discovery of the body of Georgiy Gongadze, a former reporter for the Ukrainska Pravda news site, was made two months after his September 2000 kidnapping.A Ukrainian court dismissed all criminal charges against Kuchma in 2011 and the former president now represents Kiev at talks with Moscow on Ukraine's nearly two-year separatist conflict.
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