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  • David-Constantine Wright
    Russian artist critical of Orthodox was targeted, says husband Moscow (ENI). In the latest twist in a series of art world scandals that have gone to the heart
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      Russian artist critical of Orthodox was targeted, says husband

      Moscow (ENI). In the latest twist in a series of art world scandals
      that have gone to the heart of Church-State relations, a Russian artist
      who had been critical of and was criticised by the Russian Orthodox
      Church has disappeared without a trace. Anna Mikhalchuk, a 52-year-old
      feminist poet and artist who works under the name Alchuk left her home
      in the western Berlin district of Charlottenburg on the afternoon of 21
      March and has not been seen since, German police said in a statement.
      She has lived in Berlin since 2007, when her husband, Mikhail Ryklin, a
      philosopher, accepted a post at the city's Humboldt University. [628
      words, ENI-08-0264]
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