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In historic collaboration, Russia's three major business newspapers publish front pages for Ivan Golunov

Источник: Meduza
On June 10, for the first time in their history, the business newspapers Vedomosti, Kommersant, and RBC published identical front-page spreads. They were all dedicated to the case against Meduza correspondent Ivan Golunov. By 11:30 AM local time, all three newspapers had <a href="https://meduza.io/news/2019/06/10/v-kioskah-moskvy-i-peterburga-pochti-zakonchilis-gazety-kommersant-vedomosti-i-rbk-oni-vyshli-s-pervoy-polosoy-v-podderzhku-ivana-golunova" target="_blank">nearly sold out</a> in Moscow and St. Petersburg. They also published a <a href="https://meduza.io/news/2019/06/09/vedomosti-kommersant-i-rbk-vpervye-v-istorii-vyydut-s-odinakovoy-pervoy-polosoy-na-ney-ivan-golunov" target="_blank">joint message</a> arguing that Golunov’s June 6 arrest and the attempted drug distribution charges against him were highly dubious and possibly related to his work as a journalist. English-language image files of the “I/WE = IVAN GOLUNOV” design are downloadable <a href="https://meduza.io/en/feature/2019/06/10/i-we-ivan-golunov" target="_blank">here</a>.
On June 10, for the first time in their history, the business newspapers Vedomosti, Kommersant, and RBC published identical front-page spreads. They were all dedicated to the case against Meduza correspondent Ivan Golunov. By 11:30 AM local time, all three newspapers had nearly sold out in Moscow and St. Petersburg. They also published a joint message arguing that Golunov’s June 6 arrest and the attempted drug distribution charges against him were highly dubious and possibly related to his work as a journalist. English-language image files of the “I/WE = IVAN GOLUNOV” design are downloadable here.
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