Reporter Missing

Meier, Andrew
February 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);2/28/2000, Issue 8, p43
Reports on the disappearance of Russian journalist Andrei Babitsky and the concerns that Russian authorities have unjustly detained him. Speculation that his reporting on the Chechnia war was the leading cause for his disappearance; Comments from Acting President Vladimir Putin on his whereabouts; Reasons why Babitsky may have infuriated Moscow authorities; Uncertainty as to Babitsky's health as revealed by a videotape.


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