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Forced abroad, Russian independent media continue fight against censorship

By DW
11 September 2022   |   3:41 pm
Russia has sentenced a former star journalist to jail and revoked the license of a Kremlin-critical newspaper, further tightening the screws on independent media. Getting uncensored information is harder than ever.

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