RT journalists ‘handcuffed’ & detained by Polish cops near border with Belarus

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RT published this video item, entitled “RT journalists ‘handcuffed’ & detained by Polish cops near border with Belarus” – below is their description.

A crew from RT France, both EU citizens, have been detained by Polish police as they covered the ongoing refugee crisis on the border with Belarus. The last thing one of them reported was that they were being placed in handcuffs.

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