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Israel-Russia deal gives ancient books new life online

Illustrative: Torah calligraphy by Hanna Klebansky. (AP/Bernat Armangue)Guenzburg collection contains some 2,000 manuscripts and 14,000 books, some of them hundreds of years old

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Roskomnadzor not preparing coercive measures against U.S. media, social networks – head of agency

The Russian telecommunications watchdog Roskomnadzor is currently not preparing any coercive measures against the U.S. media, including CNN and social networks, Roskomnadzor head Alexander Zharov said.

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Derk Sauer on Journalism, Russia and Being a Black Sheep

The founder of The Moscow Times looks back

Derk Sauer on Journalism, Russia and Being a Black Sheep

For decades, every night a small fleet of Moscow Times trucks would pick up the latest edition and distribute it around the city, so subscribers could begin their day with coffee and the local newspaper / MT

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Russian Journalist Yekaterina Gordon Announces She'll Run for President in March 2018

Yekaterina Gordon, a 37-year-old journalist and singer-songwriter with her own law firm, on Monday announced she would be putting herself forward as a candidate for presidential elections in March 2018.

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Russian Investigative Newspaper Says ‘No Choice’ But to Arm Staff After Radio Host Was Stabbed

The editor-in-chief of Russia’s investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta says he will arm his staff after a journalist at an opposition-leaning radio station was stabbed earlier this week.

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Designing The Moscow Times

Since I was around Moscow anyway working on different projects, Derk asked me to come up with the first design for a free, tabloid-format newspaper that would be reminiscent of the style of the New York newspaper The Village Voice.

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