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US closes case against ex-FBI boss Andrew McCabe with no charges

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Federal prosecutors have declined to charge Andrew McCabe, closing an investigation into whether he lied to federal officials, his legal team says.
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