The Russian media are often quick to denounce the courts as biased against freedom of speech, but journalists should take a look at their own behavior every now and then by Alexei Pankin MOSCOW, Russia–A recent chain of events involving the newspaper Novaya Gazeta has done some substantial damage to freedom of speech in Russia. […]

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