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Latvia Revokes Exiled Russian Station’s License Over War Coverage Violations
Latvia said Tuesday that it is revoking the independent Russian television channel Dozhd’s broadcasting license, citing “threats to national...
Latvia Fines Russia's Liberal Dozhd TV Over Ukraine Coverage
Latvia has fined independent Russian television channel Dozhd 10,000 euros ($10,500) over its coverage of the war in Ukraine, the Latvian National Electronic...
Team Navalny, Investigative Media Launch App to Dodge Russian Ban
Jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s team has joined four Russian and foreign investigative outlets in launching a smartphone app aimed at bypassing...
Russian State Media Journalist Killed in Crimea Shooting Range Accident
A veteran Russian state media journalist has been killed in an accident on a shooting range in Moscow-annexed Crimea, Russia's main Rossiya Segodnya state...
house arrest escape
Russia Adds State TV Protester Ovsyannikova to Wanted List
Russian authorities on Monday placed Marina Ovsyannikova, the former state TV journalist who denounced the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine on-air, on the...
Russia Rescinds Independent Novaya Gazeta's Online Media License
The publication's print version was stripped of its license earlier this month.
press under pressure
Russian Journalists Raided Over Alleged Ties to Pro-Ukraine Former Lawmaker
The raids come amid Russia's sweeping crackdown on dissent and independent media since the start of its invasion of Ukraine in February.
Russian Journalist Says Barred Entry to Estonia
Yaroslav Varenik was reportedly a witness in the criminal case against Alexei Navalny’s disbanded Anti-Corruption Foundation.
Russian Court Places TV Protester Ovsyannikova Under House Arrest
Investigators charged Ovsyannikova with spreading information about the Russian armed forces deemed false by the government.
Russian Police Detain, Raid House of State TV Protester Ovsyannikova
Marina Ovsyannikova, who has twice been fined for opposing the war, faces up to 10 years on charges of spreading "fake news" about the army.
Russia Fines Ex-State TV Producer for ‘Discrediting’ the Army
Marina Ovsyannikova became famous for protesting the war in Ukraine on a live newscast by her former employer, Channel One, in March.
Russia Vows to Hinder Work of Western Media After RT France Ban
"We will also not let them work in our country."
New Novaya Gazeta Site Blocked in Russia
The Russian prosecutor's office accused it — without providing details — of "discrediting" the Russian Armed Forces.
day in court
Russian Independent News Site Fined $14K Over ‘War Fakes’
The New Times was found guilty of publishing information contradicting Moscow’s official narrative of the war in Ukraine.
Russia Places Ukrainian Journalist Gordon on Wanted List
Dmitry Gordon faces charges of spreading “fake news” about the Russian military, public calls for war against Russia and ethnic hatred.
‘I Was Ready for This’: Russian Journalist Who Protested War On-Air Faces New Charges
Marina Ovsyannikova burst onto a live news broadcast to denounce the Ukraine war. She plans to continue opposing it from within Russia.
Russia's Liberal Dozhd TV Returns to the Air After Wartime Crackdown
“We hope that we won’t disappoint the viewers,” Dozhd’s editor-in-chief said.
Russia Bans Bellingcat, Insider as ‘Undesirable’ Orgs
Any Russian who cooperates with the investigative outlets or cites their work now faces criminal prosecution.
'punishment for the truth'
Belarus Journalist Given Extra 8 Years for 'State Treason'
Katerina Bakhvalova, 28, was jailed in 2020 after covering protests against President Alexander Lukashenko.
Siberian Journalist Jailed for Military ‘Fakes’ Moved to Psychiatric Care
Observers have said the case bears a resemblance to the Soviet-era practice of punitive psychiatry.
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