Police officers escort Alexander Vinnik, center, as they leave a courthouse at the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki. AP Photo/Giannis Papanikos
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A Greek court agreed Friday to extradite a Russian cybercrime suspect to France, a decision the Russian government protested and which could further sour relations between the two countries after Greece expelled two Russian diplomats.Vinnik, 38, also is wanted on criminal charges in the United States and Russia.Russia and Greece are at odds over Macedonia's goal to join NATO -- a prospect that hinges on the small Balkan country resolving a longstanding name dispute with Greece.Greece's justice minister is expected to decide where Vinnik will be sent after examining the competing extradition requests from France, Russia, and the United States.
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