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On January 26, Russia’s Prosecutor General declared the popular publication Meduza an “undesirable” organization.
The United Russia party has developed a code of conduct for deputies when they are interacting with media.
"I'm a fool. I didn't just cross the line, I erased it unintentionally... I think about every child, every mother, and every family. And I also think and suffer about every child on the other side, I dream that there would be no deaths, that children would not die. Believe me, the tear of every baby is my pain, my nightmare. I don't wish death on anyone, anyone."
– Anton Krasovsky, head of the Russian-language directorate of RT Russia
“I am asking you to include me on the foreign agents' list of my beloved country.”
– Russian pop star Alla Pugacheva, to the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation
“All of this is very bitter."
– Russian newscaster Dmitry Kiselev
“Today, more than ever, the citizens of Russia should have access to independent information. And therefore it is especially important for us to return to the air. We, like tens of millions of Russians, want the war to end, and Russia to return to the path of development from catastrophe and destruction.”
Editors of a Russian news outlet surprise readers with their anti-war sentiments.
Russia's independent media has been destroyed in the wake of the Ukraine war. Which fearless outlets continue to report and need your help?
“This is the state of someone who feels like a particle in the ocean. Someone else has decided everything for them. This learned passivity is our tragedy.”
What the Kremlin is telling Russians about the war in Ukraine.
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