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  • EU Introduces Crypto Ban, Oil Price Cap in Latest Russia Sanctions

    EU Introduces Crypto Ban, Oil Price Cap in Latest Russia Sanctions

    The European Union on Thursday adopted a fresh round of sanctions on Russia in response to Moscow’s annexation of four Ukrainian territories, which was legally finalized by President Vladimir Putin this week.  “This new sanctions package against Russia is proof of our determination to stop Putin’s war machine and respond to his latest escalation with […]

  • Poorer Russian Regions Conscripting More Soldiers, Investigation Says

    Poorer Russian Regions Conscripting More Soldiers, Investigation Says

    Russian regions experiencing the highest rates of poverty have mobilized the largest share of conscripts to be sent to fight in Ukraine, according to a report published by two teams of independent Russian investigative journalists on Wednesday.  At least 213,200 conscripts from 53 Russian regions have been recruited in the two weeks since Russian President […]

  • Kremlin Says OPEC+ Cut Output to Stabilize Oil Markets

    Kremlin Says OPEC+ Cut Output to Stabilize Oil Markets

    The Kremlin said Thursday that an OPEC+ decision to sharply cut production was designed to stabilize global oil markets, after Washington said the move was a concession to Moscow. “The decisions that were taken were aimed at stabilizing oil markets,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.  He said it was proof that “some countries understand the […]

  • Social Media Joke About Annexing Kaliningrad Goes Viral

    Social Media Joke About Annexing Kaliningrad Goes Viral

    A joke on social media proposing that Czechs seize the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad has gone viral, sparking mirth as well as anger from those taking it as real. “Time to split Kaliningrad so that our Czech brothers have access to the sea,” a Pole identifying himself as “Papiez internetu” (pope of the internet) tweeted […]

  • U.S. Flies Russian Cosmonaut to ISS Despite Ukraine War

    U.S. Flies Russian Cosmonaut to ISS Despite Ukraine War

    A SpaceX rocket carrying a Russian crew member blasted off from Florida Wednesday on a voyage that carries significant symbolism as war rages in Ukraine. Anna Kikina, the only female cosmonaut in service, is part of the Crew-5 mission, which also includes one Japanese and two American astronauts. “Let’s do this,” said Nicole Mann, commander […]

  • Georgia Struggles With Latest Wave of Russian Arrivals

    Georgia Struggles With Latest Wave of Russian Arrivals

    A new piece of street art in a Tbilisi underpass is a play on the classic Soviet “The Motherland Calls” poster from World War II. But instead of holding the military oath as in the original, the woman is clutching a Georgian khinkali dumpling. And instead of the patriotic slogan, the caption now reads, “Hurry, […]

  • U.S. Suspects Ukraine in Killing of Pro-Kremlin Ideologue’s Daughter – NYT

    U.S. Suspects Ukraine in Killing of Pro-Kremlin Ideologue’s Daughter – NYT

    The United States believes “elements” within the Ukrainian government are responsible for the car bomb assassination of a far-right ideologue’s daughter in Russia, The New York Times reported Wednesday, citing a closely held U.S. intelligence assessment. The daring Aug. 20 attack that killed journalist Daria Dugina outside Moscow demonstrated Kyiv’s ability to carry out sabotage […]

  • Mobilized Russian Soldiers Protest Over ‘Animal’ Conditions

    Mobilized Russian Soldiers Protest Over ‘Animal’ Conditions

    Recently mobilized Russian soldiers are decrying “inhumane” conditions, weapons shortages and mistreatment by officers, according to video published by the independent news website The Insider on Wednesday. Footage of new recruits sleeping on the floor, being armed with outdated rifles and ordered to source their own supplies appeared almost immediately after President Vladimir Putin announced […]

  • Putin Decrees Russia Takeover of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant

    Putin Decrees Russia Takeover of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered his government to take over operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power station in the Russia-annexed region of Zaporizhzhia in southern Ukraine.  “The government will ensure that the nuclear facilities at the plant… are integrated as federal property,” the executive order said.  The power station has been occupied by […]

  • Russia Claims Front ‘Stabilized’ as Ukraine Pushes on With Counteroffensive

    Russia Claims Front ‘Stabilized’ as Ukraine Pushes on With Counteroffensive

    Russian officials sought to allay concerns Wednesday that Ukraine could achieve a major breakthrough in its ongoing counteroffensive amid reports that Kyiv’s forces were advancing in both the south and east of the country.  Russian pro-war blogger Semyon Pegov confirmed Wednesday that Ukraine had recaptured a number of locations in the southern Kherson region, including […]

  • Putin Makes Chechnya’s Kadyrov an Army General

    Putin Makes Chechnya’s Kadyrov an Army General

    Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said Wednesday he was granted a top rank in Russia’s army, just as Moscow’s forces suffer a series of defeats in Ukraine.  The 46-year-old Chechen leader — one of the most outspoken voices in Russia backing Putin’s Ukraine offensive — said it was a “huge honor” for him. […]

  • Putin Confident Front Will ‘Stabilize’ Despite Ukrainian Advances

    Putin Confident Front Will ‘Stabilize’ Despite Ukrainian Advances

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that he believed the situation in the four newly annexed Ukrainian regions would stabilize shortly despite Russian forces’ ongoing losses to Kyiv’s counteroffensive. “We are working on the assumption that the situation in the new territories will stabilize,” Putin said during a televised video call with Russian teachers. Kyiv […]

  • Russia Opens First Criminal Draft-Dodging Case

    Russia Opens First Criminal Draft-Dodging Case

    The first criminal case for evading mobilization opened in the southern Russian city of Penza on Wednesday, human rights lawyer Pavel Chikov wrote on his Telegram channel.  The case centers on a 32-year-old man who allegedly refused to sign a summons to the local conscript office and was subsequently detained by the OMON, a special […]

  • Crowdfunding Spotlights Russian Military’s Supply Problems in Ukraine

    Crowdfunding Spotlights Russian Military’s Supply Problems in Ukraine

    Yevgenia Kuzevanova has been raising money to buy everything from first aid kits to instant noodles for Russian forces in Ukraine.  Her online group Help for Soldiers, which is based in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region near the Ural mountains, is one of many civilian movements frantically gathering basic equipment for an under-equipped Russian army.  “This is […]

  • Elite Russian Intelligence Unit Suffers Major Losses in Ukraine – BBC

    Elite Russian Intelligence Unit Suffers Major Losses in Ukraine – BBC

    An elite, highly secretive Russian military intelligence unit may have lost up to three-quarters of its reconnaissance manpower in Ukraine, according to research published by the BBC’s Russian service Tuesday. Like other special forces units, the exact size of the GRU intelligence agency’s 3rd Guards Spetsnaz Brigade is classified. But based on the brigade’s death […]

  • Russia Seeks Role in Nord Stream Leaks Investigation

    Russia Seeks Role in Nord Stream Leaks Investigation

    Moscow said Wednesday it should be part of the probe into leaks on the Nord Stream gas pipelines, after Sweden blocked off the area around the pipelines pending an investigation. “There should really be an investigation. Naturally, with the participation of Russia,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin said, as quoted by Russian news agencies.  […]

  • Kazakhstan Hits Back at Russia Over Ukraine Ambassador Row

    Kazakhstan Hits Back at Russia Over Ukraine Ambassador Row

    Kazakhstan hit back at Russia on Oct. 5 after its ambassador to Moscow was summoned for a dressing-down over aggressive, anti-Russian remarks made by Ukraine’s envoy to Astana. The diplomatic impasse has shed light on the awkward fissures created among once steadfast allies as a consequence of the ongoing invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces. […]

  • Russia to Resume Gas Deliveries to Italy – Gazprom

    Russia to Resume Gas Deliveries to Italy – Gazprom

    Russia will resume gas deliveries to Italy after suspending them due to a transport problem in Austria, Russian energy giant Gazprom said in a statement Wednesday.  “Transportation of Russian gas through the territory of Austria is resuming,” Gazprom said, adding that a “solution” was found with Italian buyers following regulatory changes in Austria. Most Russian gas […]

  • Putin Signs Bill Finalizing Ukraine Land Grab

    Putin Signs Bill Finalizing Ukraine Land Grab

    Russian President Vladimir Putin finalized the annexation of four partially occupied Ukrainian regions Wednesday with laws and decrees signed as his forces’ losses on the battlefield continue to mount. The Donetsk and Luhansk regions in eastern Ukraine, as well as the southern Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions, are “accepted into the Russian Federation in line with federal […]

  • Russia Boosts Oil Output Despite Western Pressure – Kommersant

    Russia Boosts Oil Output Despite Western Pressure – Kommersant

    Russia increased oil production in September as major Western countries debated energy price caps over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, the Kommersant business daily reported Wednesday, citing unnamed sources familiar with the data. Last month’s average daily output rose by 1% from August to nearly 1.47 million metric tons, or 10.8 million barrels per day, according […]

  • Two Including Russian Pilot Killed in Mali Plane Crash

    Two Including Russian Pilot Killed in Mali Plane Crash

    A Russian pilot and a member of ground crew staff died Tuesday when a plane that Russia recently delivered to Mali’s armed forces crashed near the northern city of Gao, an official and the military said. Video provided to AFP by a witness showed an aircraft descending at high speed before crashing in a plume […]

  • White House Calls Basketball Star’s Russia Court Hearing a ‘Sham’

    White House Calls Basketball Star’s Russia Court Hearing a ‘Sham’

    The White House on Tuesday described an upcoming appeals hearing for jailed U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner in Russia as a “sham.” Griner, who was sentenced to nine years prison in August for possessing vape cartridges with a small quantity of cannibis oil, is due to go back to court on October 25. White House […]

  • Team Navalny Says Relaunching Regional Network to Resist War, Mobilization

    Team Navalny Says Relaunching Regional Network to Resist War, Mobilization

    Associates of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Tuesday said they are relaunching his regional political network to fight against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent “partial” mobilization ordered by President Vladimir Putin.  “It’s time for us to restore our network to fight mobilization and war,” said Ivan Zhdanov, the former director of Navalny’s […]

  • Russian Court Jails U.S. Citizen for Kicking Police Officer

    Russian Court Jails U.S. Citizen for Kicking Police Officer

    A court in the western Russian city of Voronezh on Tuesday sentenced a 28-year-old U.S. citizen to four years and six months behind bars for kicking a law enforcement official. “This man, who disagreed with lawful actions taken by the authorities, used violence against a police officer who was on duty, kicking him several times,” […]

  • Kremlin Hails Musk’s Attempt at Ukraine Peace Deal

    Kremlin Hails Musk’s Attempt at Ukraine Peace Deal

    The Kremlin has hailed U.S. billionaire Elon Musk’s attempt to put forward a peace plan to end Russia’s war in Ukraine, calling it a “very positive” sign on Tuesday. The world’s wealthiest man outlined his proposal for a peace deal to his 107 million Twitter followers on Monday. Its terms sparked fierce backlash from Ukraine […]

  • Japan Expels Russian Consul in Tit-for-Tat Move

    Japan Expels Russian Consul in Tit-for-Tat Move

    Japan has ordered a senior Russian official stationed in the country to leave in retaliation for the expulsion of a Japanese diplomat over alleged spying, the foreign ministry said Tuesday. The tit-for-tat move came after Tokyo demanded an apology last week from Moscow for detaining a diplomat based in the eastern city of Vladivostok, accusing […]

  • Russian Pop Legend Pugacheva Hits Back at Pro-War Critics

    Russian Pop Legend Pugacheva Hits Back at Pro-War Critics

    Russian musical superstar Alla Pugacheva slammed critics of her opposition to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Tuesday, calling supporters of the war “slaves” and “lackeys.” “How lucky am I to be hated by the people I’ve always hated,” Pugacheva wrote in an Instagram post. “The reason is clear,” she added, in an apparent reference to […]

  • Miss Crimea Fined for Singing Patriotic Ukrainian Song

    Miss Crimea Fined for Singing Patriotic Ukrainian Song

    Russian authorities have fined the winner of this year’s Miss Crimea beauty pageant, Olga Valeyeva, after video emerged of her singing a patriotic Ukrainian song, the state-run TASS news agency reported. Valeyeva appeared alongside a friend in a video posted to Instagram singing “Chervona Kalyna,” a song that has become an anthem of Ukrainian resistance […]

  • Belarus Strongman Says Pupils Should Harvest Potatoes

    Belarus Strongman Says Pupils Should Harvest Potatoes

    Students were routinely roped in for harvesting in the Soviet Union. “With what examples are we bringing up our schoolchildren?” he told a government meeting. “They say it’s exploitation. But how is it exploitation if a person works for five or six hours? It’s a pleasure for the parents and good physical training for children.” […]

  • Russia Gives Occupied Ukraine Residents 1 Month to Choose Allegiance

    Russia Gives Occupied Ukraine Residents 1 Month to Choose Allegiance

    Ukrainians who have fled their country’s occupied regions annexed by Moscow have one month to accept or reject Russian citizenship, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. President Vladimir Putin moved to annex Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine and Zaporizhzhia and Kherson in the south on Friday following widely disputed referendums, incurring new Western sanctions. Russian lawmakers are […]

  • Russia Space Agency Seeking to Extend ISS Participation Past 2024 – Official

    Russia Space Agency Seeking to Extend ISS Participation Past 2024 – Official

    Russia’s space agency is discussing with Moscow a continuation of its participation in the International Space Station past 2024, a Roscosmos official said Monday. Sergei Krikalev, head of Russia’s human space flight programs, told reporters that Roscosmos had started “to discuss extending our participation in ISS program with our government and hope to have permission […]

  • At Least 6 Russian Military Recruits Die Amid Mobilization – Reports

    At Least 6 Russian Military Recruits Die Amid Mobilization – Reports

    At least six newly mobilized Russian soldiers have died since the start of the country’s “partial” mobilization for the war in Ukraine less than two weeks ago, human rights lawyer Pavel Chikov said. Three of the soldiers died at an army training center in the Sverdlovsk region, local news outlet EAN reported Monday. “I confirm […]

  • In Photos: Russians Fleeing Putin’s Draft Queue at Georgian Border

    In Photos: Russians Fleeing Putin’s Draft Queue at Georgian Border

    Nearly two weeks into Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “partial” mobilization for the war in Ukraine, crowds of Russians seeking to escape the draft continue to line up at the country’s southern border with Georgia, which does not require a visa to enter. Over 93,000 Russians have passed through the Verkhniy Lars checkpoint since Sept. 17, […]

  • Russia Adds State TV Protester Ovsyannikova to Wanted List

    Russia Adds State TV Protester Ovsyannikova to Wanted List

    Russian authorities on Monday placed Marina Ovsyannikova, the former state TV journalist who denounced the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine on-air, on the federal wanted list.  Ovsyannikova, 44, became well-known in Russia and abroad in March after holding up an anti-war sign during a primetime news program on state broadcaster Channel One, where she was employed […]

  • ‘We Cannot Win’: Russia’s Military Veterans Opposing The Ukraine War

    ‘We Cannot Win’: Russia’s Military Veterans Opposing The Ukraine War

    After retiring from the Russian Air Force at the rank of lieutenant-colonel, Vitaly Votanovsky got involved in political activism in the southern Russian city of Krasnodar.  Now, he is a vociferous opponent of the invasion of Ukraine and has been repeatedly detained for photographing the graves of dead soldiers.  “Putin destroyed the country’s military mobilization […]

  • Top Hermitage Curator Quits Museum and Russia

    Top Hermitage Curator Quits Museum and Russia

    On Sunday Dmitry Ozerkov, a top curator at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, announced in an Instagram post that he had resigned from the museum and left Russia. “I left because I don’t intend to have anything in common with today’s Russia.”  Ozerkov worked at the Hermitage for 22 years, first as curator of […]

  • Chechen Leader Kadyrov Says Sending Teenage Sons to Ukraine War

    Chechen Leader Kadyrov Says Sending Teenage Sons to Ukraine War

    Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said Monday he would send his teenage sons, including his 14-year-old son Adam, to fight in Ukraine. “It’s time to prove themselves in a real fight and I only welcome this desire,” Kadyrov, a close ally of President Vladimir Putin and vocal backer of the war, said in a post on […]

  • Russia to ‘Consult’ Locals on Annexed Ukraine Regions’ Borders – Kremlin

    Russia to ‘Consult’ Locals on Annexed Ukraine Regions’ Borders – Kremlin

    Russia plans to confer with residents in two Moscow-annexed regions in Ukraine while determining the exact borders of the areas to be integrated into Russia, the Kremlin said Monday. “We are going to continue to consult the populations of these regions,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said referring to the southern Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions that […]

  • Elderly Russian Scientist Accused of Treason Dies Under House Arrest

    Elderly Russian Scientist Accused of Treason Dies Under House Arrest

    An elderly Russian scientist accused of passing state secrets to China as a guest university lecturer died Sunday under house arrest, his lawyers said. Valery Mitko, the former president of the Arctic Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg, was charged with high treason in early 2020 and banned from leaving his home.  Russian authorities accused Mitko […]

  • Wrongful Mobilization Hits 50% in Far East Russian Region

    Wrongful Mobilization Hits 50% in Far East Russian Region

    Around half of those recruited into the Russian military from Far Eastern Russia’s Khabarovsk region had been sent home due to wrongful mobilization, the region’s governor said Monday. Russia’s first draft since World War II has sparked protests and criticism, even among Kremlin loyalists, for the chaotic mobilization process. Several regional leaders have reported taking measures […]

  • Ukraine Says Key Eastern Town ‘Cleared’ of Russian Troops

    Ukraine Says Key Eastern Town ‘Cleared’ of Russian Troops

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  • Fall of Ukraine Rail Hub Threatens Russian war Gains

    Fall of Ukraine Rail Hub Threatens Russian war Gains

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  • European Heads Condemn Russian Annexations in Ukraine

    European Heads Condemn Russian Annexations in Ukraine

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  • Russian Migration Shakes Up Armenian Economy, Society

    Russian Migration Shakes Up Armenian Economy, Society

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  • Pope Deplores Ukraine Annexations, Calls For End to War

    Pope Deplores Ukraine Annexations, Calls For End to War

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  • Russia Suspends Gas to Italy After ‘Problem’ in Austria

    Russia Suspends Gas to Italy After ‘Problem’ in Austria

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  • Ukraine Recaptures Key Eastern Town of Lyman

    Ukraine Recaptures Key Eastern Town of Lyman

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  • Where’s the Cheese in Russian Cheese Pancakes?

    Where’s the Cheese in Russian Cheese Pancakes?

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  • Newspeak for the Russian New Economic Policy

    Newspeak for the Russian New Economic Policy

    Набор слов: word salad In my continuing quest to read Russian media sources and understand what on earth they mean, I’ve made some progress with military matters but am still having trouble with the Russian economy. Actually, everyone is having trouble with the Russian economy, which is why they have developed their own sub-set of […]

  • Large Russian Force Faces ‘Encirclement’ in Eastern Ukraine

    Large Russian Force Faces ‘Encirclement’ in Eastern Ukraine

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  • Putin Eases Citizenship for Foreigners in Russian Army

    Putin Eases Citizenship for Foreigners in Russian Army

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  • U.S. Announces ‘Severe’ Sanctions on Russia Over Annexations

    U.S. Announces ‘Severe’ Sanctions on Russia Over Annexations

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  • EU Unveils Stricter Visa Scrutiny for Russians

    EU Unveils Stricter Visa Scrutiny for Russians

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  • Putin Declares Russia’s Annexation of Occupied Ukraine, Lashes Out at West

    Putin Declares Russia’s Annexation of Occupied Ukraine, Lashes Out at West

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  • Russia’s Patriarch Kirill Ill With Covid – Church

    Russia’s Patriarch Kirill Ill With Covid – Church

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  • Attack Kills 25 in Ukraine Ahead of Kremlin Annexation

    Attack Kills 25 in Ukraine Ahead of Kremlin Annexation

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  • Russian Regions Walk Back Ad Hoc Mobilization After Putin Scolding

    Russian Regions Walk Back Ad Hoc Mobilization After Putin Scolding

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  • Kremlin Set to Annex Four Ukraine Territories at Ceremony

    Kremlin Set to Annex Four Ukraine Territories at Ceremony

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  • U.S. Indicts Russian Billionaire Deripaska, 3 Women for Evading Sanctions

    U.S. Indicts Russian Billionaire Deripaska, 3 Women for Evading Sanctions

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  • Fourth Nord Stream Leak Spotted, NATO Sees ‘Sabotage’

    Fourth Nord Stream Leak Spotted, NATO Sees ‘Sabotage’

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