by Anne Nivat Russia Journalists as Physical Pawns “The journalists themselves are responsible for having been taken hostage.” That was the pronouncement of Yevgenii Belov, Russian ambassador to Tajikistan, when he first heard of the February hostage crisis in which Tajik rebels took several UN representatives and translators captive and then captured several Russian journalists […]

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