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Following the blocking of DW website dw.com in Russia in all broadcast languages, DW's Director General Peter Limbourg has issued a letter addressing DW users in Russia.
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Every month, the One Free Press Coalition draws attention to unresolved cases of crimes against journalists. June's iteration highlights journalists in exile, as well as threats faced by journalists reporting at borders.
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