Even as it congratulates Nobel winner, Kremlin ups its war on free speech

The Pandora Papers have fuelled a belief that independent journalists are spies out to tarnish Putin’s image

10 October 2021 - 17:46 By Henry Meyer and Irina Reznik

While the Kremlin quickly congratulated Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov for winning the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, Russia’s relentless crackdown on independent media shows no sign of letting up...

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