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Russia calls Georgian TV tirade against Putin a political provocation

Reuters Monday, 8 July 2019 ()
Russia on Monday condemned an obscenity-laden tirade against President Vladimir Putin by a Georgian television presenter on-air, calling it an unacceptable political provocation by radical forces.
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News video: Protesters Gather Outside Tbilisi TV Studio After Presenter Insults Putin

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Crowds gathered outside Georgian television channel Rustavi-2 in Tbilisi late on July 7 to protest against an obscenity-laden tirade by presenter Giorgi Gabunia in which he insulted Russian President Vladimir Putin. Gabunia called Putin a “stinking occupier,” according to Radio Free Europe/Radio...

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