Moscow – Two of Russia’s landmark liberal media outlets were dissolved or suspended operations on Thursday, amid an unprecedented Kremlin crackdown over its war with Ukraine.
Alexei Venediktov, chief editor of Ekho Moskvy radio, said that the station’s board of directors has decided to disband the iconic outlet following government moves this week to clamp down on the few independent media left in the country.
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