Abi Wright

Communications Director for the Committee to Protect Journalists

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Abi Wright on KCRW

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Thousands of people turned out in Moscow today for the funeral of  Anna Politkovskaya , a sharp critic of President Vladimir Putin and of Russia's war in Chechnya.

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