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The New York Times will have no reporters on the ground in Russia for the first time in a century after the news organisation joined those pulling out of the country.
Russian authorities made reporting from the country impossible when it recently criminalised the act of describing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
As a result Russian media outlets have been forced to close, while global news organisations have pulled out their teams owing to the risk of arrest.