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Editor Of Popular Afisha Magazine Quits Russian Media

The editor-in-chief of the popular listings magazine Afisha announced on Sunday that he was resigning in order to do something else "far from Russian media."

Yury Saprykin, 41, made the announcement on his Facebook page, adding that he wished his colleagues "patience and good luck." His departure came a day after the magazine hosted its popular annual music festival "Afisha Picnic" in Moscow.

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