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Russian opposition deplores media clampdown

Many journalists claim there is virtually no independent voice left and accuse the Kremlin of censorship.

Last updated: 13 Apr 2014 19:13
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Opposition protesters in Russia have come out in force in Moscow to rally against what they say is a government clampdown on media freedom.

Among the demostrators were a number of journalists who say President Vladimir Putin is increasingly trying to silence freedom of speech.

Al Jazeera's Peter Sharp reports from Moscow.

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