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Inside view of the Interfax press center in Moscow

Interfax (Russian: Интерфакс) is a Russian non-governmental news agency based in Moscow.

The agency was established in 1989 by officials from the international service, Moscow Radio.[1]

Interfax Information Service Group[edit]

It is part of the Interfax Information Service Group, a group of approximately 30 companies that consist of national, regional and branch information agencies under the Interfax name.[1] It employs around 1,000 journalists and produces over 1,500 stories daily.[1]

The organization concentrates on news concerning Europe and Asia and it has offices in London, New York, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Denver, Moscow, Kiev, Minsk and Almaty.

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  1. ^ a b c Shrivastava, K. M. (2007). News agencies from pigeon to internet. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 208. ISBN 978-1-932705-67-6.

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