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The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission (LRTK) has ruled that RTR Planeta and TVCI disseminated content inciting to war and hatred and its chairman warned that the two Russian TV channels may face stronger sanctions than the usual three-month suspension.
Two Russian TV channels may face stronger sanctions in Lithuania
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