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Nilsen’s case: no way for media in Russia

The Team 29 represents interests of Thomas Nilsen, a Norwegian journalist and Chief Editor of The Barents Observer who has been forbidden to enter Russia for five years. Nilsen learned about the travel ban in March when frontier guard and the FSB did not let him to enter the country he had visited for many times within his work. The Team 29 will contest actions of FSB officers in court.


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