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Woman journalist interrupts Russian TV news to protest war

On Monday evening, a woman carrying an anti-war banner stormed the set of the state-controlled Channel 1 nightly news programme.

The sign held up by the female protester read in English and Russian: “NO WAR. Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. They are lying to you here. “

The woman has been identified as Marina Ovsyannikova, a channel editor.

On the 19th day of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s conflict in Ukraine, an act of dissent at Channel One’s studios occurred, amid what human rights organisations have described as a “unprecedented, countrywide crackdown on independent media, anti-war protests, and dissenting voices” in Russia.

The channel moved to a different report after a few seconds to remove the demonstrator from the screen.

Woman journalist interrupts Russian TV news to protest war

On Monday evening, a woman carrying an anti-war banner stormed the set of the state-controlled Channel 1 nightly news programme. The sign held up by the female protester read in English and Russian: “NO WAR. Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. They are lying to you here.

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