Stephen Ennis

BBC Monitoring

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Russian media analyst for BBC Monitoring, which tracks media across the world

Stephen Ennis on KCRW

The editor of a popular Russian news website was fired this week because it ran an interview with a pro-Ukrainian Nationalist.

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The editor of a popular Russian news website was fired this week because it ran an interview with a pro-Ukrainian Nationalist.

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