UK media watchdog rules that Russian channel in Lithuania gave biased coverage of Ukraine

The NTV Mir Lithuania, a Russian-language TV channel that had its broadcasts suspended in Lithuania, gave a biased coverage of the situation in Ukraine, the United Kingdom's communications regulator Ofcom has ruled.

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