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U.S. Ambassador raises concerns over Russian foreign-media legislation
Amb. Huntsman said during his November 17 visit to the Moscow Bureau of RFE/RL and VOA that the legislation passed by Russia’s State Duma two days prior is a “big concern.”
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VOA invites you to a roundtable discussion with some of our frontline journalists that cover elections in global hotspots who will be joined by representatives of nongovernmental organizations and academia who study democratic practices internationally.
The Middle East and North Africa correspondent received the prestigious award for the strength, courage, and journalistic skill she exhibited in her coverage of the drive by coalition forces to retake the city from Islamic State militants.
The two former employees—the chief photographer and the office manager—of RFA’s Phnom Penh Bureau, which closed in September when the network was forced to suspend its in-country operations, were detained by Cambodian authorities. READ MORE »
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