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Journalists at Russian business newspaper complain of pro-Kremlin censorship

Reuters Friday, 24 April 2020
Journalists at Vedomosti, a prominent Russian business publication, on Thursday accused their editor of imposing pro-Kremlin censorship upon them and suggested the board of directors appoint someone else.
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