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A man reads a book as he sits at a table of a closed McDonald's restaurant, the first to be opened in the Soviet Union in 1990, in Moscow on August 21, 2014. Russian authorities shuttered four Moscow McDonald's due to alleged sanitary violations on August 20, 2014, including a restaurant that once symbolised reviving Soviet-US ties, as tensions sizzled over Ukraine. The announcement comes in the wake of Russian bans on US and EU food imports in response to Western sanctions over Moscow's perceived backing for rebels in eastern Ukraine. 
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A man reads a book as he sits at a table of a closed McDonald's restaurant, the first to be opened in the Soviet Union in 1990, in Moscow on August 21, 2014. Russian authorities shuttered four Moscow McDonald's due to alleged sanitary violations on August 20, 2014, including a restaurant that once symbolised reviving Soviet-US ties, as tensions sizzled over Ukraine. The announcement comes in the wake of Russian bans on US and EU food imports in response to Western sanctions over Moscow's perceived backing for rebels in eastern Ukraine. 
AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOVALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images

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The Russian government continues its unofficial crackdown on McDonald's. CNN's Phil Black reports from Moscow.

Russia continues crackdown on McDonald's

The Russian government continues its unofficial crackdown on McDonald's. CNN's Phil Black reports from Moscow.