What Ukraine war news looks like from Russia

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Russian Channel One employee Marina Ovsyannikova interrupted a live broadcast in Moscow on Monday, holding up a poster reading “No War” and condemning Moscow’s military action in Ukraine. AFP via Getty Images

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An extraordinary event unfolded on Russian television late Monday: Mid-newscast on main state TV outlet Channel One, a woman rushed in behind the anchor and unfurled a handwritten poster.

“No War,” read the sign. “Don’t believe propaganda. They’re lying to you here.”

The cameras quickly cut away, and

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