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Russia Labels 2 More Media Outlets 'Foreign Agents'
More than 90 media outlets and individual journalists have been designated "foreign agents."
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Putin Says Nobel No 'Shield' for Newspaper Editor
Dmitry Muratov won the prestigious prize as independent Russian media and journalists are increasingly labeled "foreign agents."
Novaya Gazeta Investigations Under Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muratov
“I can't take credit for this. This is Novaya Gazeta's,” Dmitry Muratov said after being named this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Russia Brands Bellingcat, Journalists ‘Foreign Agents’
The additions come hours after the independent Novaya Gazeta newspaper’s editor Dmitry Muratov received the Nobel Peace Prize.
International Investigative Consortium OCCRP Exits Russia
OCCRP vowed to continue investigating corruption in Russia despite formally shuttering its operations within the country.
Independent Russian News Outlets Launch Campaign Against ‘Foreign Agent’ Tags
A growing number of independent media have been labeled “foreign agents” in what Kremlin critics call a crackdown on free press.
Blacklisted Russian Investigative Outlet Relaunches With Look at Defense Chief’s PR Machine
Proekt's journalists said it is relaunching as “Agentstvo,” a play on their “foreign agent” status and the Russian word for “agency.”
Russia Names 4 More Independent Media Outlets ‘Foreign Agents’
Each of these outlets were created by Russian journalists who had earlier been named “foreign agents” themselves.
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Independent Russian News Site’s Hackers Urge Readers to Boycott Election
“Our subscribers have just received a newsletter with a strange provocative text that we did not write or send,” The Bell said.
Russian Journalists Demand End to Crackdown on Media
The outcry comes after Russia slapped several media outlets and individual journalists with the "foreign agent" label.
Russia Says Gifts, Conferences Fair Game for ‘Foreign Agent’ Label Against Media
“Every journalist is a potential foreign agent,” a member of the presidential human rights council said.
Kremlin Says Not Behind 'Foreign Agent' Labels Given to Independent Media
Kremlin critics say the designations are part of an ongoing crackdown aimed at silencing critical voices ahead of parliamentary elections.
Ukraine Blocks Access to Popular Russian News Sites
The Kremlin criticized the move, describing Ukraine as being on a path towards "strangling freedom of speech."
Russian Police Detain Journalists Protesting ‘Foreign Agent’ Crackdown
At least nine journalists from independent outlets were detained while staging single-picket protests Saturday.
Belarus Targets News Agency in Ongoing Crackdown
In the wake of last year's historic protests, Belarus has sought to eradicate any remaining pockets of dissent.
BBC Journalist Says Won't Be Allowed Back to Russia
The BBC's Moscow correspondent said Saturday she was told by the Russian authorities that she "can't ever come back to Russia"
Russia to Expel BBC Journalist Sarah Rainsford – Bloomberg
Russia's move reportedly comes in retaliation to what it called discrimination against Russian media in Britain.
Russia to Invest $1M in Independent Media in Developing Countries
The investment comes amid criticisms that Russia is suppressing independent journalism with increasing frequency.
Russian Investigative News Site The Insider Added to ‘Foreign Agents’ List
The outlet is known for its work with Bellingcat on investigations into the poisonings of Alexei Navalny and former spy Sergei Skripal.
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No Plea Bargain in Treason Case, Russian Ex-Journalist Safronov Says in Since-Deleted Column
“I’ve made my choice: No deals whatsoever,” Ivan Safronov wrote of the treason investigation he says is unfounded.
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