25 September 2000 MOSCOW-In a meeting with editors from several major national newspapers last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin took the unprecedented step of including Aleksander Prokhanov, the editor of the country’s most prominent anti-Semitic paper, Zavtra. By placing Zavtra on a level with other national dailies, Putin legitimized a publication that regularly defames Jews. […]

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