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as banning the use of the word “war” to describe, well, the war — made living in Russia and preserving one’s integrity almost impossible for those who know the truth and reject what their country is doing. One woman, for example, stood in a Moscow square holding a scrap of paper that read, “Two words.” The unuttered words, for which so many had been arrested, were probably, “Nyet voinye,” or “no to war.” She was arrested within seconds. After Russian troops rolled into Ukraine in February, more than 15,000 arrests were tallied by the Economist and the Russian human rights project OVD-Info. There are no precise statistics, but Google searches for “How to leave Russia,” hit a 10-year high. By mid-March, one Russian economist calculated 200,000 people had left. A migration expert estimated that another 100,000 already abroad decided not to return. Up to two million are thought to have left since Putin took power. Driven by the troubling demographics, Putin just revived a Stalin-era award, the “Mother Heroine,” rewarding women who have 10 children with a million rubles, about $16,500. New groups of exiles sprang up in the Republic of Georgia, Armenia and Turkey, and tens of thousands streamed out to Australia, the United States, Israel (spurred by a resurgence of antisemitism) and elsewhere. That was five months ago. Now, as Putin’s war approaches its six-month milestone without victory, the crackdown on dissent shows no sign of easing. Get our free weekly newsletter Sign up for Opinion’s newsletter. Join us on Twitter and Facebook The first rush out of the country included those who felt most directly threatened — political activists, writers, artists. Now a second wave has risen. It includes some who had sought to keep their head down: business owners, families, everyday people who want out of a system that is not just trying to conquer its neighbor and crush criticism at home but is also becoming an international pariah. Putin and Xi will continue to claim
Who’s who: Meet the Murdoch Family By Beth Marengo and Samaria Parker, Updated 1939 GMT (0339 HKT) September 6, 2022 This shocking decision by Murdoch ‘flies in the face of everything he built’ Former Fox News anchor reveals why her same-sex marriage story never aired Real-life ‘Succession’: How one of the biggest media tycoons split up his empire NYT reporter: ‘Murdoch left his family just as broken up as his company’ This shocking decision by Murdoch ‘flies in the face of everything he built’ ()Over the past 70 years, media mogul Rupert Murdoch built a small Australian family newspaper company into arguably the most powerful conservative media empire in history. With a market cap of $13.50 billion, News Corp is one of the most influential companies on the planet. The story behind the ruthless business tactics, political maneuvering and dynastic family battles that have gone into the making of this media powerhouse would be perfect fodder for one of the News Corp news outlets or TV channels, if it were not about Rupert himself. Now, as the seemingly invincible figure advances into his nineties, speculation through the worlds of business, politics and entertainment about who will succeed him as the leader of News Corp has reached a fever pitch. Here’s a look at who’s who in the potential line of succession and the wider Murdoch clan. Patriarch Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp and co-chairman of 21st Century Fox, at the Sun Valley Resort in 2018. Rupert Murdoch Australian-born Rupert Murdoch, 91, is the media magnate who grew the small newspaper
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- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
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