Fourteen Russian television channels have been banned from broadcasting in Ukraine amid accusations they are being used to spread propoganda.
In a statement on his Facebook page, Ukrainian interior ministry aide Anton Gerashenko said the channels - which include Russia Today and Life News - had been temporarily banned for "broadcasting propaganda of war and violence".
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