Don’t Say ‘Peace’: Russia Polices Words to Shape Ukraine War Narrative

Today in Russia, holding the book “War and Peace” or a piece of paper with printed asterisks can get people detained. WSJ looks at how far the Kremlin is going to restrict free speech and control the narrative about the war in Ukraine. Photos: Maxim Salekh, Sota via AP, Konstantin Goldman

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