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Journalists Say Press Freedom Has Suffered in Crimea

The Committee to Protect Journalists says it is alarmed by the media environment in Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula Russia annexed from Ukraine one year ago. The New York-based global watchdog group said in a statement published on its website Thursday that the climate for press freedom had steadily deteriorated in Crimea since March 2014.   “Journalists covering the annexation of Crimea have been detained, interrogated and attacked, while news outlets have been raided and taken...

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