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The Echo of Moscow, Twitter and who controls media in Russia


A tacky tweet is behind the threatened dismissal of a journalist of the most important independent Russian radio, Ekho Moskvy. Media freedom in Russia, increasingly at risk, has been promptly mentioned, but the case of the Echo of Moscow could have happened in any Western country, and the reactions would not have been less strong.

 

A tacky tweet is behind the threatened dismissal of a journalist of the most important independent Russian radio, Ekho Moskvy. Media freedom in Russia, increasingly at risk, has been promptly mentioned, but the case of the Echo of Moscow could have happened in any Western country, and the reactions would not have been less strong.

 

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