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Posted inCaucasus, Eastern Europe & Russia, Regions

Dalziel 26 March

17 April 2002 26 March 2002 Dear Editor, I found Alexei Pankin’s article about Novaya Gazeta very interesting and informative. But I think he’s missed out one key element, which helps to explain why the authorities might want to close down the newspaper: Anna Politkovskaya’s reporting from Chechnya. It’s clear that Politkovskaya has got deeply […]