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The Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta has suspended its activities after an official warning

FILE PHOTO: The sign of Russian investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta can be seen next to an entrance to its Moscow office
FILE PHOTO: The sign of Russian investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta is seen next to an entrance to its Moscow office October 8, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov/File Photo

March 28, 2022

(Reuters) – Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta, whose editor Dmitry Muratov was a co-winner of last year’s Nobel Peace Prize, said on Monday it was suspending its online and print activities until the end of Russia’s “special operation” in Ukraine.

The newspaper, which has already removed material from its website about Russia’s military action in Ukraine to comply with a new media law, said it received another warning from state communications agency Roskomnadzor on Monday over its reporting, which caused it to shut down the operation set.

(Reuters report)

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