Arrests Chill Journalists In Russia

From a New York Times story by Michael M. Grynbaum headlined “In Russia, Arrest Chills Journalists”:

The exodus began roughly a year ago, in the first days of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Western news organizations, confronting a harsh crackdown on free speech by President Vladimir V. Putin, pulled correspondents from Moscow and suspended their news gathering in Russia. The risk to journalists, in a country where describing a war as a “war” was suddenly a crime, was too great.