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Russia: Putin signs off law targeting journalists as 'foreign agents'

Deutsche Welle Monday, 2 December 2019
The law can apply to anyone who distributes content that is produced by media outlets registered as foreign agents. The move has been criticized as a further restriction on freedom of expression in the country.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed two controversial security bills into law. One will require certain technology sold in the country to include pre-installed software from the government, the other would designate certain journalists and bloggers as "foreign agents."View on euronews

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