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Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria: He was Threatened by Russian Agents

Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria, where he has lived for nearly 20 years. According to the Viennese newspaper "Falter", he was threatened by the Russian security services, "24 Chasa" reported.

According to Grozev, he suspects that "there are more Russian agents than policemen" in the Austrian capital.

Attacks on Several Churches in Southern Spain, there are Killed and Injured

Spanish police have detained a man who carried out attacks with cold weapons in several churches in Algeciras in the south of the country, "El Pais" reported.

At the moment it is known that one person was killed and several were injured ("El Mundo" reports of four).

"Navalny", with the participation of Bulgarian Christo Grozev, was Nominated for an Oscar

The documentary about the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in the creation of which the Bulgarian journalist Cristo Grozev from the Bellingcat platform also participated, has been nominated for an Oscar.

The film Navalny (2021, USA) by Canadian director Daniel Rohr follows Grozev as he searches for Navalny's poisoners.

Slain journalist Uğur Mumcu commemorated on 30th death anniversary

Prominent journalist Uğur Mumcu, who died in a bomb attack, was remembered on his 30th death anniversary with various ceremonies held to commemorate him on Jan. 24.

Ceremonies were held on the street where his house was located and at his mausoleum in the Cebeci Asri Cemetery in the capital Ankara, with unanswered questions still lingering over his murder.

Bad news

He said in a video address that the fate of more than 30 people who could have been in the building at the time of the attack on Saturday is currently unknown, reports Interfax Ukraine.
Zelensky pointed out that the rescue operation will continue.