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Russia's independent TV sees its troubles deepen  Russia's biggest satellite provider has ditched Dozhd, the nation's top independent television channel amid a controversy over a poll Kremlin dissolves Russia's news agency  RIA Novosti, state-run news agency, reported on its own demise after a decree by President Putin created a new agency called Rossiya Segodnya Putin leading Forbes power list  Russian President Vladimir Putin has been named the world's most powerful person by Forbes magazine Dozens held in Russia TV protest  Russian police have arrested dozens of people picketing TV tower over footage that accused the opposition of paying anti-government protesters Guardian reporter expelled from Russia  Luke Harding was denied entry when he came back because 'he violated a number of rules concerning the work of foreign correspondents Human rights lawyer, journalist killed  A masked man shot and killed Markelov known for his work on abuses by the Russian military in Chechnya and a journalist from Novaya Gazeta Official admits media bias
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  Russia TV stations air 'impostor' protester in two guises
Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders


year 2017 Top ^

Oct.8
  Russian officials have accused Washington of unfairly targeting the U.S. operations of RT


year 2014 Top ^

Apr.11
  A man who says he was injured in ongoing protests in Ukraine seems to have appeared on two Russian TV channels claiming to be two different people

Feb.3


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.9
Oct.30


year 2012 Top ^

Mar.18


year 2011 Top ^

Feb.8


year 2009 Top ^

Jan.19


year 2008 Top ^

Feb.28
  With presidential election campaign entering its last day, the head of the electoral commission has admitted media coverage was unequal


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Oct.8 Russians remember killed reporter  Hundreds of people lit candles and laid flowers to pay tribute to prominent journalist Anna Politkovskaya Oct.7 War critic writer murdered
  Anna Politkovskaya was known for her critical coverage of the war in Chechnya. Her body was found in an elevator


year 2002 Top ^

Dec.19   Putin attacks 'terror' live on TV  President has hit out at 'criminals' and 'terrorists' spreading violence in Russia in the name of Islam

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Apr.14 NTV management wrested control
  The morning news was cut off mid-sentence. Renegade staff is broadcasting on a smaller channel
Apr.9   Putin steers clear of NTV row  President has said he backs media freedom but would not interfere in the dispute over control of television station Apr.7 NTV rally
  The protest against the new managers of NTV follows the failure of talks between NTV and Gazprom Apr.3 TV takeover sparks protest  Journalists and executives at NTV, television network, have staged a protest against takeover by the state-run Gazprom


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