Newspaper owner on trial in Moscow

Alexander Lebedev, accused of hooliganism over a televised punch-up, sees hidden agenda to the charges.

    One of Russia's most powerful newspaper owners is on trial in Moscow - accused of hooliganism.

    The trial comes after Alexander Lebedev was involved in a punch-up with another oligarch on national television.

    But as Neave Barker reports from Moscow, Lebedev believes there is a hidden agenda to the charges.


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