A journalist was found dead near a highway in the Rostov region 18:48

Alexander Rybin, a journalist for the Rabkor portal and a freelance writer for Lenta.ru, was found dead near a highway near the city of Shakhty in the Rostov region. This was reported on the Telegram channel “Rabkora” referring to Rybin’s mother and friend.

“The cause of death is currently under investigation,” the statement said.

As Rabkor wrote, 30 December Rybin went out Stay in touch as we broadcast from Mariupol.

How clarifies “Lenta.ru”, Rybin was a freelance writer for a long time. The journalist’s interests included travel, as well as events in the Middle East and Africa.

12 December reported, said that the Military Court of the Second Western District, at its off-site hearing in Syktyvkar, found sociologist, journalist and editor-in-chief of the Rabkor portal Boris Kagarlitsky guilty of legitimizing terrorism. He was fined 600 thousand rubles. and was released at the courthouse.

Former prosecutor’s office appealed Greetings from Kagarlitsky.

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Source: Gazeta

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