Russia arrested the suspected triggerman in the killing of Anna Politkovskaya five years ago, but her family says justice will come only if the 'masterminds are found and punished.'
Security experts are confused about who is behind the far-reaching cyber attacks, as both Kremlin foes and officials are among those targeted.
Saturday's brutal beating of Oleg Kashin highlights not only a withering of press freedom in Russia but also a broader effort to silence dissent ahead of 2012 elections.
Anna Politkovskaya was murdered three years ago, but her killers have not been brought to justice. Russian journalists say that's a sign of how dangerous their jobs have become.