US: Russia's Sputnik news agency gets local DC radio

As the investigation into last year's US presidential election heats up, Russia is trying to get more of its media message across in America.

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    As the investigation into last year's US presidential election heats up, Russia is trying to get more of its media message across in America.

    Its state-sponsored news agency is expanding in Washington, DC.

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from Washington.


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