Tallinn - Belarusian and Russian opposition leaders are to launch a Russian-language television channel based in Estonia to combat Kremlin propaganda throughout Eastern Europe, according to The Guardian.
At present, aru.tv broadcasts online three days a week, but it plans to expand its coverage from April, according to its founder, Belarusian activist Pavel Morozov.
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“Aru.tv targets people i...
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