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    Moscow reacted to the recent CNN report accusing Russia of employing the Pokemon Go app to incite racial tensions in the United States.

    Catch Them All!

    Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described the report as a "dull" attempt to explain the emergence of racial issues in the US by pinning the blame on Russia.

    "Russians are to blame again… as well as the pokemons they control," Zakharova remarked.

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