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Russia Revokes Novaya Gazeta Newspaper Print License
Novaya Gazeta's chief editor, Dmitry Muratov, said the decision was “political.”
New Novaya Gazeta Site Blocked in Russia
The Russian prosecutor's office accused it — without providing details — of "discrediting" the Russian Armed Forces.
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Russian Nobel Laureate Sells Medal for $103.5M to Benefit Ukraine Kids
All proceeds will go to UNICEF's Humanitarian Response for Ukrainian Children Displaced by War.
‘I Visited a Lot of Morgues’: The Independent Russian War Reporters Working in Ukraine
Some of the Ukraine-based reporters for independent Russian outlets have been surprised by the level of help they have received from Ukrainians.
Russian Nobel Laureate and Journalist Dmitry Muratov Assaulted on Train
The Novaya Gazeta editor-in-chief was sprayed with paint by an unknown assailant, who shouted, "Muratov, that's for our boys."
Russia’s Novaya Gazeta Suspends Operations After Kremlin Warnings
The top independent outlet said it will not publish anything until Russia's "special military operation" in Ukraine ends.
Russian Nobel Laureate to Auction Peace Prize for Ukraine Refugees
Dmitry Muratov and the Novaya Gazeta newspaper where he is editor-in-chief have spoken out fiercely against the war despite a crackdown.
‘I Want Journalists to Die Old’: Nobel Winner Muratov’s Acceptance Speech, in Quotes
The Novaya Gazeta editor-in-chief dedicated his award to his slain colleagues and decried growing threats to freedom and human rights.
Declaring Novaya Gazeta 'Foreign Agent' Would Be 'Stupid' – Muratov
The independent newspaper's editor-in-chief received the Nobel Peace Prize for efforts to safeguard freedom of expression.
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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."
Navalny Congratulates Journalist Muratov on Nobel Peace Prize Win
The jailed Kremlin critic’s supporters had criticized the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s decision to award Muratov instead of Navalny.
Why Not Navalny? Nobel Committee Honors Journalists Over Politicians
The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to someone who personifies freedom of speech: something that is crucial to prevent Navalny from remaining in an...
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.
How Russia and Ukraine Became Smear Campaign Champions
The Russian gold and Ukrainian bronze high jump medalists' embrace in Tokyo sparked a very telling political scandal.
Russian Investigative Paper Novaya Gazeta Says Targeted in 'Chemical Attack'
The independent publication has suffered numerous attacks on its offices and journalists over the years.
Families of Ex-Chechen Separatist Fighters Blast Russian Paper for ‘Lies’
Novaya Gazeta's report said the ex-fighters' families face ostracism by Chechen authorities.
Russia's Novaya Gazeta Deletes Chechnya Lockdown Article After Kadyrov Threat
Kadyrov had said the story would lead “someone” to “commit a crime” against its author.
Russia’s FSB Sues Newspaper Over Torture Allegations
“The content of [the reports] undoubtedly creates a negative image of the federal agency,” the suit is cited as saying.
9 Caged Sheep Sent to Russian Newspaper After Explosive Investigation
Novaya Gazeta published a report last week that alleged links between Putin-friendly businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin and a number of contract killings.
European Investigators Arrive in Chechnya as 7 People Abducted
Reports say seven Grozny residents were abducted in late November
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