Russian journalist stabbed, assailant held: editor

MOSCOW, (AFP): An unknown assailant on Monday forced his way into the office of a Russian radio station that is critical of the Kremlin and stabbed a presenter in the neck before he was detained, the chief editor told AFP. 

“He broke in and stabbed our presenter Tatiana Felgengauer in the neck with a knife,” Echo of Moscow editor-in-chief Alexei Venediktov said.
The journalist has been hospitalised but her life is not in danger, he said.

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