RT fined $250K over Skripal poisonings, Syrian war coverage - iMediaEthics

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RT fined $250K over Skripal poisonings, Syrian war coverage - iMediaEthics
Aleksei Navalny 'Poisoning' Comes at a Critical Moment in Moscow Protests - The Daily Beast
Lawmakers call on Trump to implement required Russia sanctions - CNN
Bipartisan House leaders push for new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poison attack - Washington Times
Austria is a Hot Bed for Spies - Communal News

RT fined $250K over Skripal poisonings, Syrian war coverage - iMediaEthics

iMediaEthics
(Credit: RT/Facebook) UK broadcast regulator OfCom fined RT, formerly known as Russia Today, £200,000 (about $250,000) for breaking broadcast guidelines. In an announcement on its website, OfCom explained the fine is for seven programs that broke due impartiality guidelines.
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Aleksei Navalny 'Poisoning' Comes at a Critical Moment in Moscow Protests - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
MOSCOW—How far will the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin go to silence opposition figure Aleksei Navalny? At a moment when more than 1,400 people have been arrested at peaceful protests in Moscow, and the challenges to Putin’s presidency are mounting, there’s now widespread speculation that Navalny just fell prey to yet another Kremlin poison plot.
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Lawmakers call on Trump to implement required Russia sanctions - CNN

CNN
The Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare Elimination Act of 1991 "mandated the second round of sanctions to be imposed within three months, yet well over a year has passed since the attack.
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Bipartisan House leaders push for new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poison attack - Washington Times

Washington Times
The bipartisan leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee are calling on the Trump administration to impose sanctions on Moscow stemming from the chemical poisoning of former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Britain last year. 
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Austria is a Hot Bed for Spies - Communal News

Communal News
The Russian government has yet to publicly acknowledge this incident. Although Austria is not a NATO member, they have a robust strategic military budget, and they share a physical border between Russia and NATO.
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