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Wrong Yuliya Latynina?

Yuliya Latynina

Journalist

Maksim Maksimov

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Ekho Moskvy


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www.newssafety.org

[Yuliya Latynina, journalist] Maksim Maksimov, from St Petersburg where he worked at the agency for journalistic investigations.
He was killed in 2004. It's an absolutely outrageous case because his murder has been solved by both journalists and the cops. The killer is known. It's Police Lt-Col Mikhail Smirnov.


www.usrbc.org [cached]

Last June, commentator Yuliya Latynina reported that the pro-Kremlin Unified Russia party was in desperate need of a "pre-election idea," and that the St. Petersburg faction believed the party's battle cry should be "combating the oligarchs."


www.izo.com [cached]

Debate between celebrated journalist Yuliya Latynina and writer Yuri Felshtinsky about the apartment bombings of ten years ago.
Latynina says the FSB were not responsible, Felshtinsky says they were (EJ, in Russian; Radio Svoboda, in Russian).


blog.spymuseum.org [cached]

I will simply close with the words of Russian columnist Yuliya Latynina writing in Novaya Gazeta Online: "It is not shameful to spy; it is shameful to get caught."


blog.spymuseum.org [cached]

I will simply close with the words of Russian columnist Yuliya Latynina writing in Novaya Gazeta Online: "It is not shameful to spy; it is shameful to get caught."


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