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Wednesday's headlines: Mass exit at Forbes over censorship, appeal to the president to halt the EU deal, more gas from Poland

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Nov. 13, 2013, 10:02 a.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Kyiv Post


© Anastasia Vlasova

Thirteen journalists and an art director of the Ukrainian Forbes quit their jobs on Nov. 12 as a result of censorship attempts. Forbes Ukraine is a part of UMH, a media holdings with a portfolio of 5 brands, was recently bought in June by Serhiy Kurchenko, a young multi-millionaire.

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