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Law enforcement agencies searched seven journalists from Kazan, the Tatar-inform agency reports citing sources.
“Reason for visit” a high-profile criminal case on justifying terrorism and violence against government officials,— reports the publication.
The publication does not indicate the names of the journalists who were searched, but lists past and current jobs.
This edition of “Idel.Realities” (included by Roskomnadzor in the register of foreign agents), Tatpolit, BIM-radio, Tatar-Bashkir service of Radio Liberty (Azatliq Radiosi) (recognized as a foreign agent), Novaya Gazeta. Europe» (access to the publication is limited from Russia at the request of Roskomnadzor), as well as the newspaper “Evening Kazan”.
“Tatar-inform” also indicates that everyone who was searched had previously expressed oppositional views. According to the Kommersant-Kazan newspaper, searches were carried out at the residence of sociologist Iskander Yasaveev, who wrote columns for Idel.Realii, as well as at Marina Yudkevich and Aisyla Kadyrova, who previously worked for the Evening Kazan newspaper.
In the publication “Novaya Gazeta. Europe» told RBC that no searches were carried out at its employees. In “Tatpolit” told RBC that “among the detainees is Aliya Sabirova”, who stopped working with the editorial office three years ago due to the closure of the site.
RBC sent a request to the department of the Investigative Committee for Tatarstan.
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