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In memory of the killed journalists

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

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