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Russia outlaws investigative media outlet Proekt calling it a 'threat'
Proekt has previously published reports exposing alleged corruption and abuses by wealthy officials close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Euronews goes off-air in Belarus after its licence is not renewed
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Two Belarusian journalists jailed for two years for covering protest
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