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Police Detain Man Acquitted Of Klebnikov Murder

Paul Klebnikov, pictured shortly before his death (epa) May 11, 2006 -- Moscow police have detained a man acquitted in the trial for the murder of Paul Klebnikov, the American former editor in chief of the Russian edition of "Forbes" magazine.

Fail Sadretdinov, a Moscow-based notary, faces new criminal charges.

Two others were also acquitted of the murder.

Klebnikov was gunned down in Moscow nearly two years ago, in July 2004.

(Interfax, RIA-Novosti)