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A second Russia Today correspondent has quit her job, saying the Kremlin-funded station's anchors "do work for" Russian President Vladimir Putin and lied on-air to the public.

London reporter Sara Firth announced her resignation nearly two hours after taking to Twitter in a conversation with Russia Today's London correspondent Polly Boiko,  The Huffington Post reported. 

Firth said the network asks its anchors to "obscure the truth," and that she'd had enough.   More>>>>>