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Russian journalist’s faked murder: A propaganda coup for whom?

By France 24
02 June 2018   |   7:32 am
In today’s Debate we turn our eye to events in Ukraine these past few days, where officials announced the murder of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, only for him to appear – alive – on TV the following day.

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