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"112 Channel - betray Maydan" protest (3)

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An activist holds an placard reading "No Kremlin Tv channels of Medvedchuk" during a protest in front of the of State Commitee for Television and Radio Broadcasting for Ukraine in Kiev on September 5, 2019. - Protesters rally to demand the closing of pro-Russian TV channels based in Ukraine "NewsOne" and "112 Channel" owned Russian President Vladimir Putin's ally Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Activists hold a placard reading "Believe TV channels 'NewsOne' and '112 Channel' - betray Maydan" during the protest in front of the State Commitee for Television and Radio Broadcasting for Ukraine in Kiev on September 5, 2019. - Protesters rally to demand the closing of pro-Russian TV channels based in Ukraine "NewsOne" and "112 Channel" owned Russian President Vladimir Putin's ally Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Activists hold a placard reading "Believe TV channels 'NewsOne' and '112 Channel' - betray Maydan" during the protest in front of the State Commitee for Television and Radio Broadcasting for Ukraine in Kiev on September 5, 2019. - Protesters rally to demand the closing of pro-Russian TV channels based in Ukraine "NewsOne" and "112 Channel" owned Russian President Vladimir Putin's ally Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)