Weapons for journalists in Ukraine, child-rearing to avoid conscription in Russia, and other quirky stories from around the region by TOL staff In a report released last week by the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), the Ukrainian government’s plan to arm journalists for their own protection was severely condemned. IFJ called the idea–the government’s knee-jerk […]

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