Russia adopts law to mark individuals as foreign agents
Russian President Vladimir Putin approved on Monday amendments to a law allowing individuals to be labeled as foreign agents, drawing criticism from activists campaigning for freedom of speech.
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Under the new law, individuals getting funds from abroad can be marked as foreign agents.
The law was intimated in 2017 as a mirror response to the U.S. decision to announce Kremlin-backed television channel RT as a foreign agent.