Talk:Agora (organization)

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Sourcing[edit]

Seems the main editor for the Russian wiki article was Dmitry Kolbasin, Agora's head of information. The Russian article is poorly sourced and presumably not NPOV.

The challenge now is to find sources, preferably in English, and preferably not from Agora themselves, for the various cases they have been involved in. Otherwise we may end up having to delete the info. MaxBrowne (talk) 00:49, 17 December 2012 (UTC)