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New York Times Refutes US Media Reports of Alleged Russian Cyberattacks

The New York Times has not been compromised by Russian cyberattacks despite US media reports to the contrary, the newspaper’s spokesperson Eileen Murphy said in a statement.

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New York Times says suspected Russian hackers targeted Moscow bureau

The New York Times said on Tuesday its Moscow bureau was targeted by a cyber attack this month but that there was no evidence the hackers, believed to be Russian, were successful.

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World media hail Rio Olympic games despite flaws

Media across the world have hailed the carnival-themed closing ceremony in the Maracana Stadium in Rio as a dazzling end to what most think was an Olympic games that turned out far better than expected.

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Plucky Russian Newspaper Stands By Warning Against ‘Distorted’ TV News

Running an independent newspaper can be a risky business in Russia, where failure to toe the Kremlin line can lead to fines, closure, or even jail. And when a publication has been branded by state-controlled media as “U.S. propaganda,” the danger that the police will come knocking is even greater.

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German media steps up anti-Russian agitation

On Tuesday, virtually every leading German newspaper published denunciations of the Russian government, blaming it for stoking the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.

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