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Russia moves to target foreign media in RT registration row

BBC News Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Russia moves to target foreign media in RT registration rowThe measure allowing authorities to list outlets as foreign agents comes amid a row over RT in the US.
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News video: Russia targets foreign media with 'agent' bill

Russia targets foreign media with 'agent' bill 01:19

Russia's lower house of parliament has passed a bill that could label international media as "foreign agents," but ultimately it needs the blessing of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Jacob Greaves reports.

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