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Russian Newspaper's Office Attacked, Editor Receives Death Threat
Local news has speculated the attack could be linked to the publication of a book about the local criminal underworld in the 1990s.
Evidence in NTV Co-Founder Malashenko's Death Points to Suicide, Spanish Court Says
“According to preliminary data, there are no signs of a crime,” an unnamed Spanish law enforcement source said.
Igor Malashenko, Co-Founder of Russia’s NTV, Reported Dead in Spain
Some Russian media reported the death as having been a suicide, citing sources close to the renowned media manager.
Russian Journalist Attacked After Investigation into Local Official — Reports
The outlet said it had faced multiple threats to stop its investigation.
Russian Journalist and Activist Briefly Detained in Amsterdam
The journalist accused Dutch police of trying to gain unauthorized access to her work phone.
Russian Journalist Charged With 'Justifying Terrorism' After Critical Comments
Prokopyeva faces up to seven years behind bars if convicted.
Report Links Murders of 3 Russian Journalists in CAR to ‘Putin’s Chef’
A new investigation has strengthened suspicions that three journalists murdered in CAR were not merely the victims of a robbery.
Kremlin Questions Impartiality of BBC's Coverage of Russia
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said many questions had accumulated about the BBC's coverage of Russia and of Moscow's actions in Syria over a long period...
Media Regulator in Russia Starts Checking Legality of BBC's Operations
Russia's media regulator said on Friday it would carry out checks to determine whether the BBC World news channel and BBC internet sites were in compliance...
Time Magazine Honors Russian Journalist Tatiana Felgenhauer
Felgenhauer, 33, was stabbed in the neck in October last year at the headquarters of the liberal radio station Ekho Moskvy.
Meduza’s #MeToo Scandal Has Changed Russia for Good (Op-ed)
Editor Ivan Kolpakov’s resignation, which was protested by Russia’s media elite, marks the beginning of a new era.
20K People Donate to Russian Liberal Outlet to Pay Government Fine
The New Times launched a crowdfunding campaign last week to help pay “the biggest fine in the history of Russian media."
Independent Newspaper Novaya Gazeta Launches Crowdfunding Campaign
Editors spoke about the high financial and human cost of their 25 years of work, including the murder of six colleagues.
Venture Capitalist Named New Forbes Russia Owner, Pledges Editorial Independence
Businessman and tech investor Magomed Musayev announced Tuesday that he had bought Forbes Russia’s license for an undisclosed sum.
Forbes Russia Is Losing Its Independence. Should the World Care? (Op-Ed)
A case of editorial manipulation at Russian Forbes spells trouble for one of the last truly independent publications in Russian media.
Russian Journalists Killed in Central African Republic Ambush, Reports
Three journalists were killed overnight by unidentified assailants who ambushed their vehicle.
Russian State Journalist Killed in Nizhny Novgorod
Police launched a criminal investigation into the murder after Suvorov’s body was found with a skull fracture on Monday.
Don't Blame Journalists for Bad News About Russia (Op-ed)
Lurid reports of hooligan violence are not the only reason Russia has an image problem.
Journalist Who Faked Own Death in Kiev Demands $50,000 for Interview
“The offer is only for the media, not for f---ing propagandists, shove your money up your a-- and f--- yourselves,” Babchenko wrote.
After Babchenko Murder Plot, Ukraine Uncovers Russian 'Hit List'
The Kiev authorities drew both praise and consternation this week for staging the fake shooting of Arkady Babchenko.
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