Dry out?

Koehl, Carla; Van Boven, Sarah
July 1995
Newsweek;7/31/1995, Vol. 126 Issue 5, p4
Discusses the suspicion of Central Intelligence Agency officials that Boris Yeltsin's hospital stay had more to do with his drinking than with his heart. Assertion that it was an excuse to `dry him out'; The Kremlin's attempt to pass off a year-old photograph of Yeltsin as a new one.


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