21 November 2002 MOSCOW, 21 November (Gazeta.Ru)–For the first time in the post-Soviet history of Russia, the entire journalistic community including both state-run and private media companies have united their efforts in an attempt to prevent the enforcement of new draconian amendments to the law on mass media and fighting terrorism. Approved in early November […]

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