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Corey Flintoff is a former NPR foreign correspondent whose assignments included Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Haiti, Ukraine and Russia.

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Corey Flintoff is a former NPR foreign correspondent whose assignments included Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Haiti, Ukraine and Russia. He was NPR Southeast Asia Bureau Chief and Moscow Bureau Chief. Born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska, he now lives in Maryland. He’s now trying his hand at writing and his fiction has appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review and other publications. Corey Flintoff was in Logan last week to help UPR raise money for our broadcast network and for student reporters.

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The Mormon Church is merging two of its missions in Russia, sending those members home early or reassigning them to finish their service in the U.S.

The Utah-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Saturday that it would combine the southeast Vladivostok Mission and the southern Novosibirsk Mission, effective July 1.

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Two Utah brothers who want Rep. Jason Chaffetz to investigate President Donald Trump's alleged conflicts of interest and ties to Russia are putting their request on a large billboard near the congressman's Utah office.