US actor Morgan Freeman's cameo against Russia draws criticism

The Kremlin says the US actor Morgan Freeman might be suffering from emotional strain after he appeared in a high-profile video accusing Russia of declaring war on the US.

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    The Kremlin says the US actor Morgan Freeman might be suffering from emotional strain after he appeared in a high-profile video accusing Russia of declaring war on the US.

    The video was produced by a new group called The Committee to Investigate Russia, which aims to inform Americans about alleged Russian attacks on US democracy.

    However, the video has also drawn criticism from outside the expected official Russian circles.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Moscow.


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