Russia’s Sputnik and Baltnews journalists accused of violating EU sanctions

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    Criminal proceedings have been launched by the Baltic state of Latvia against employees of Baltnews and Sputnik Latvia news agencies, who are accused of violating EU sanctions. Moscow made a statement saying that the cases run against the freedom of speech and are ‘completely unacceptable.’

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