In memory of the killed journalists

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  • 1. In memory of the killed journalists By Tarasova Alina ( Chuvash State University)
  • 2. It’s a very dangerous profession.
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  • 11. May, 2004. Meeting in Ukraine
  • 12. Russian journalists killed in 2005
  • 13. Pavel Makeev, “TNT- pulse” TV channel, Rostov-on-Don
  • 14. Alexander Pitersky, “Radio Baltic”, St. Petersburg
  • 15. Tamirlan Kazihanov, Ministry of Home Affairs press service, Nalchik
  • 16. Russian journalists killed in 200 6
  • 17. Vagif Kochetkov, “Work” newspaper, Tula
  • 18. Ilya Zimin, “NTV” TV Channel, Moscow
  • 19. Oleg Barabyshkin, “Radio-L”, Chelyabinsk
  • 20. Eugenie Gerasimenko, “Saratov deal” newspaper, Saratov
  • 21. Alexander Petrov, “The right to a choice” magazine, Omsk
  • 22. Ann Politkovskaya, “New Newspaper”, Moscow
  • 23. Anatoly Voronin, IA ITAR-TASS, Moscow
  • 24. Russian journalists killed in 200 7
  • 25. Yuri Shebalkin, “Kaliningrad truth” newspaper, Kaliningrad
  • 26. Konstantin Borovko, “Province” TV Channel, Khabarovsk
  • 27. Ivan Safronov, “Kommersant” newspaper, Moscow
  • 28. Leonid Atkind, “Carreer” newspaper, Saratov
  • 29. Vyacheslav Ifanov, “New TV of Aleisk” channel, Aleisk
  • 30. Russian journalists killed in 200 8
  • 31. Elena Shestakova, “5 corners” newspaper, St. Petersburg
  • 32. Ilyas Shurpaev, “Channel One”, Moscow
  • 33. Gadghi Abashilov, STRC “ Makhachkala”, Makhachkala
  • 34. Magomed Evloev, sait “Ingushetia.ru”, Nazran
  • 35. Telman Alishaev, “TV-Chirkey” channel, Makhachkala
  • 36. Russian journalists killed in 200 9
  • 37. Anastasia Baburova, “New Newspaper”, Moscow
  • 38. Vyacheslav Yaroshenko, “Corruption and Crime”, Rostov-on-Don
  • 39. Natalia Estemirova, “New Newspaper”, Grozny
  • 40. Malik Ahmedilov, “Hakikat” newspaper, Makhachkala
  • 41. Olga Kotovskaya, “C ascade” TV Channel, Kaliningrad
  • 42. Russian journalists killed in 20 10
  • 43. Konstantin Popov, PH “Theme”, Tomsk
  • 44. Maxim Zyev, “Kaliningrad country” newspaper, Kaliningrad
  • 45. Dmitry Okkert, “Expert TV” Channel, Moscow
  • 46. Bella Ksalova, IA “Caucasian hub”, Cherkessk
  • 47. Magomedvagif (Sultan) Sultanmagomedov, “Makhachkala-TV” channel, Makhachkala
  • 48. Dayan Shakirov, “Chelyabinsk worker” newspaper, Chelyabinsk