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Apr 19, 2014

On Friday morning , April 18, Vladimir Zhirinovsky LDPR party leader  responding  to a question of correspondent agency "Russia Today" began shouting insults at her. Lady journalist asked  about possibility Russia to    introduce retaliatory sanctions on Ukraine's ban on the entry of Russians.

 After that  Zhirinovsky began to insult stand up for her colleagues.

" Come here , too , a journalist ! Come on, I utter , and you ran up and start raping her hard ... Christ is Risen! Truly He is risen ! Christ is Risen! Truly He is risen ! "- Shouted  Zhirinovsky.

Apr 17, 2014

Editor of the popular Karelian weekly TVR-panorama brought an action againstthe Prosecutor's office arguing issued to the newspaper warning for publishing pieces of personal correspondence in which they discuss the events in the Crimea on the website of the newspaper.  

Apr 10, 2014

The EU banned the author and the presenter of the program "Vesti Nedeli" Dmitry Kiselyov entry to the countries of the Union. Thus, he lost even a hypothetical chance to come to the annual conference organized by Barents Press International which will take place from 24 to 27 April in Kirkenes.

Feb 5, 2014
 

“Links” – this is about us…

Mar 4, 2011


Journalist from Murmansk, Dmitry Ermolaev, has written a book which is devoted to the people from the border area. It is called “Links” and tells about the people’s life neatr the borders in the North over centuries and how the past reflects our reality.

 



Journalist from the archive

I worked with Dmitry on the Murmansk regional radio for many years. Even at that time he had a kind of investigative or philosophical potential. Now he is a member of the archive body that is why he was the best to select carefully a unique historical material about the people’s life from the border area. However, the book is not just a simple academy publication, but a vivid story about real people.

Dmitry Ermolaev

Picture from Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper

Lenina Street in Bjørnevatn

Do you know why the tsar official while dividing the border between Norway and Russia in 1826 gave rather a big territory to the neighbour? How did the Russian Kozyrev family live on this Norwegian land? Why do people jokingly name one of the streets in Bjørnevatn Lenina Street? How many Russian people live in  Finnmark and what do they do?

The main thing is how we imagine that people lived nearby in these places for centuries, and went through different situations.

Chains of memory

Introduction opens with:

“Dmitry Ermolaev’s book is an attempt to unite the links of the broken apart chain. The chain of the generations. The book is for those who love their motherland, big or small”.

It is nice that Dmitry Ermolaev describes in his book meetings with the Norwegian colleagues and his positive impressions he got due to the Barents Press seminars.

 

The most interesting historical information is given in the form of the author’s itinerary about his today and past journeys.

Elena Larionova

Translated by Irina Bykova

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