Mikhail Khodorkovsky to establish new online media channel in Latvia

Former head of the Russian oil company Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a known anti-Kremlin figure who was released from prison in late 2013, has revealed plans to establish a new online news site based in Latvia, Gazeta.ru reports.
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