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US spokesperson loses temper with Russia Today journalist over Syria bombings: 'Go ask your own government'

Heated exchange during daily State Department briefing led another reporter to intervene
Independent

Russia Today bank account freeze part of 'coordinated attack on Russian organisations', think tank claims

RT calls the decision over their accounts 'incomprehensible'
Independent

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NatWest backs down over threat to freeze Russia Today's bank account


Telegraph.co.uk

NatWest backtracks on threats to close accounts of Putin's Russia Today

natwest backtracks on threats to close accounts of putin's russia today
Margarita Simonyan, 36, editor of the Kremlin-backed TV channel, pictured with Mr Putin, suggested it was part of a US and British plot to target Russia over Syria.
MailOnline

Scotland's papers: RBS Kremlin 'threats' and 'get Shorty'

scotland's papers: rbs kremlin 'threats' and 'get shorty'
RBS denies freezing the UK accounts of Russia Today and claims Scotland manager has snubbed 5ft 8in player for lacking height.
BBC News

Total lockdown: NatWest freezes Russian TV station's accounts

The UK is facing a new round of tit-for-tat reprisals from Russia following a shock move by NatWest to freeze the bank accounts of Kremlin-funded news channel RT. British journalists could be..
City A.M.

Bank accounts of Russian state broadcaster Russia Today are FROZEN in the UK

bank accounts of russian state broadcaster russia today are frozen in the uk
Russia Today's editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan tweeted today: 'Our accounts in the UK have been closed. All accounts. "The decision is not subject to revision". Long live freedom of speech!'
MailOnline

RT bank accounts 'frozen': What is Russia Today? What are its links to Moscow?

Broadcaster's editor suggested bank account freeze 'may have something to do' with UK sanctions against Russia
Independent

Editor of Russia's state broadcaster says UK bank account frozen

Russia’s state-run broadcaster has had its NatWest bank account frozen, according to its editor-in-chief. Margarita Simonyan tweeted today: “Our accounts in Britain have been blocked. All of..
City A.M.

Russia Today bank accounts 'frozen in UK'

All bank accounts belonging to Russian state broadcaster Russia Today have been frozen in the UK, the network's editor-in-chief says.
BBC News Also reported by •Telegraph.co.ukIndependent

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