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Russia revokes independent media outlet Novaya Gazeta’s online license

By DW
18 September 2022   |   3:33 pm
Russia's most prominent independent newspaper was accused of violating the country's "foreign agents" law. The paper ceased printing in March following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, now it is no longer available online.

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