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The Dangers of Journalism in Russia

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The Dangers of Journalism in Russia

The Dangers of Journalism in Russia

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In this week's issue of The New Yorker, Michael Specter writes about the murders of 13 journalists in Russia that have taken place since Vladimir Putin took office in 1999. Specter's article is "Kremlin, Inc: Why are Vladimir Putin's opponents dying?"

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