Kremlin propagandists, an oligarch and an alleged Putin mistress could all face sanctions from Washington


WASHINGTON — Playboy oligarch Roman Abramovich, superstar conductor Valery Gergiev, propagandists Margarita Simonyan and Vladimir Solovyov, central bank director Elvira Nabiullina and television anchor Ekaterina Andreeva: These are some of the prominent Russians who could face financial sanctions if the U.S. Senate passes, and President Biden signs, a new House bill that targets 200 high-level Kremlin-friendly figures in media, culture, business and government.

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