Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (L) and his Finnish counterpart Juha Sipila look at each other during their joint news conference after their meeting in Oulu, Finland, December 9, 2016. Lehtikuva/Antti Aimo-Koivisto via REUTERS
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Two Finnish journalists quit public broadcaster Yleisradio (YLE) on Wednesday, saying the company had suppressed critical reporting on politicians including Prime Minister Juha Sipila.It follows a row over emailed complaints from the prime minister about the broadcaster's coverage.Sipila, who has denied any impropriety on Terrafame, sent several emails to reporter Vuorikoski and Chief Editor Atte Jaaskelainen, complaining that he had not been given enough time to comment on the story before publication.The prime minister later apologised for the emails and denied attempting to suppress coverage.
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