RTR Planeta may face sanctions in Lithuania again

Just over a month after restrictions on the broadcasting of RTR Planeta in Lithuania ended, the country's TV watchdog has again received a complaint about a program of the Russian TV channel allegedly inciting to war.
RTR Planeta
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