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Russia's Putin signs law to label people foreign agents

Reuters Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed legislation allowing individuals to be labeled foreign agents, drawing criticism from rights groups that say the move will further restrict media freedoms in the country.
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News video: Russia Media Freedom: New laws label journalists & bloggers 'foreign agents'

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed two controversial security bills into law. One will require certain technology sold in the country to include pre-installed software from the government, the other would designate certain journalists and bloggers as "foreign agents."View on euronews

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