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Evan Gershkovich ‘Belongs in This Newsroom’: WSJ Journalists Speak Out

WSJ colleagues reflect on detained reporter Evan Gershkovich’s passion for Russia and journalism

By Wall Street Journal

An American reporter with Russian heritage, WSJ’s Evan Gershkovich made Russia his second home and was authorized to work in the country when he was detained by authorities. His colleagues talk about what makes him such a talented correspondent. Photo: The Wall Street Journal

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