Radio Moscow

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Radio Moscow is the government-controlled foreign language radio station of Russia, and fulfilled an identical role for the Soviet Union. It broadcasts in English and many other languages, principally on short wave radio. Under the Soviet regime it was the main outlet for broadcast propaganda from the USSR, although there were a number of other short wave stations broadcasting in English, including Radio Kiev and Radio Station Peace and Progress.