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On January 26, Russia’s Prosecutor General declared the popular publication Meduza an “undesirable” organization.
Conviction of a journalist, regional dissent, and voices raised against the war.
“All of this is very bitter."
– Russian newscaster Dmitry Kiselev
"I love you."
– Journalist Ivan Safronov after being sentenced to 22 years in prison for treason
“Today, more than ever, the citizens of Russia should have access to independent information. And therefore it is especially important for us to return to the air. We, like tens of millions of Russians, want the war to end, and Russia to return to the path of development from catastrophe and destruction.”
Putin denies Russia shelled a shopping center in Kremenchug, Ukraine, that killed 18 people.
It's Time. Russian Life magazine's print edition is returning.
“This year’s Journalist’s Day has a special taste of bitterness. The fourth month of a full–scale war – and we lost 32 journalists… In eight years of war we lost even more. Eternal memory to our fighters of the advanced information front."
As the world reels from the horrific, criminal events being perpetrated in Ukraine by Vladimir Putin, the Russian state, and the Russian military, all of us who nurture a love for Russian people, their culture and history, have been heartbroken. It is not easy to remain a Russophile when suddenly, all across the globe, the adjective “Russian” has become toxic.
While state censor Roskomnadzor objects to the terms attack, invasion, or war being used for the Russian "special military operation" in Ukraine, average Russians are showing their disapproval.
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