Russian radio station owned by President Vladimir Putin’s ‘favourite oligarchs’ hacked and started broadcasting Ukraine’s national anthem


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A Russian radio station which is owned by one of Vladimir Putin's 'favourite oligarchs' was swiftly pulled off air after a hacker started playing Ukrainian anthem and anti-war songs, Daily Mail reported. Kommersant FM was broadcasting their lunchtime news bulletin before suddenly being cut off by the Ukrainian military anthem 'Oh the red viburnum in the meadow'.