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Approximately 138,000 websites have been taken down or banned in Russia since the start of the invasion of Ukraine.
“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.”
Russia's independent media has been destroyed in the wake of the Ukraine war. Which fearless outlets continue to report and need your help?
An 11-year-old schoolboy was put on a watch list after "discrediting" the army on social media.
Over the years, Sergei Elkin has created hundreds of cartoons satirizing Russia's politicians and elites.
Vladimir Pozner Jr., Russian-American journalist and television host, describes his path to disillusionment.
In the Soviet period, artists were treated with esteem and lived comfortably, but their privileged position also required sacrifice.
The Russian newspaper has seen changes in its editorial process that have some people worried.
300 years of book burnings, banishments, and censorship in Russian books.
Who, what, where, and why: the kerfuffle over a few aviation cadets and their posting of a slightly racy video online. And how average Russians rose to defend them.
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