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Prominent Russian Journalist Stabbed In Moscow

Investigators say the suspect believed he'd been communicating telepathically with Tatyana Felgenhauer, and a psychiatric evaluation has been ordered. Ekho Moskvy radio has criticized the government.

A man with a knife burst into the offices of a radio station in Moscow known for critical reporting and stabbed prominent journalist Tatyana Felgenhauer in the neck.

Felgenhauer, the deputy editor of Ekho Moskvy who hosts a

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