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Journalist found stabbed to death in his apartment in St. Petersburg

Journalist Dmitry Tsilikin was found dead in his apartment in St. Petersburg on March 31. The journalist was well known for his work on television and radio.

According to Fontanka.ru, the body of the 54-year-old journalist was found in his apartment. He  died from stab wounds that he had received more than two days ago.

Dmitry Tsilikin was editing "Culture and Society" rubric in the Chas Pik newspaper (Rush Hour). He was also the author and presenter of several programs on several TV channels and radio stations. His articles were printed in numerous newspapers and magazines. The reporter wrote articles for such publications as the Vedomosti, the Kommersant, the Expert and many others.

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