Cosmonaut Valery Polyakov, Longest Space Stay Record Holder, Dies in Russia

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‘We Don’t Want To Serve Occupiers’: Backlash in Georgia Against Russian Emigres

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Apple Aspic: Down With Stereotypes!

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‘Don’t. Don’t’: Biden to Putin on Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine

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Expansion of Russia’s Payment Faces ‘Difficulties’

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Ukraine Says Graves and ‘Torture Centers’ Found in Recaptured East

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Russian Governors Back Kadyrov’s Call to ‘Self-Mobilize’ Residents for Ukraine Deployment

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In Photos: De-Occupied Izyum Following Ukraine’s Counteroffensive

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Poland Seeks Return of ‘Stolen’ Art From Russia’s Pushkin Museum

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Video Shows Prigozhin Recruiting Russian Prisoners for Ukraine Fight

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Russia Rescinds Independent Novaya Gazeta’s Online Media License

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Belarus Strongman Chops Wood for Europeans ‘Freezing to Death’

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Explainer: Who Are Russia’s Pro-war Bloggers And Why Are They Important?

As Russian forces retreated from Ukraine’s Kharkiv region in the face of last week’s successful Ukrainian counteroffensive, some of the strongest criticism of the Kremlin has come from the strongest supporters of its invasion.  These so-called “pro-war bloggers” have become an increasingly popular source of information about the fighting in Ukraine, amassing huge online followings…

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Crimea Wedding Party Arrested, Fined For Playing Ukrainian Patriotic Song

Six people in Russian-annexed Crimea were arrested or fined for playing a popular Ukrainian patriotic song at a wedding reception, the RBC business daily reported Wednesday. The wedding organizers and guests were accused of “promoting Nazi symbols” and “discrediting” the Russian Armed Forces after they played “Chervona Kalyna” at the reception held earlier this month. …

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Zelensky Vows ‘Victory’ on Frontline Visit to Liberated Kharkiv Region

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday promised “victory” on a visit to the strategic city of Izyum that was recently recaptured from Russia by Kyiv’s army in a lightning counteroffensive. The visit comes at a decisive moment in Russia’s six-month invasion, with Ukraine routing Moscow’s forces from swathes of the east and seriously undermining the Kremlin’s ambitions to…

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Putin Rejected Early Ukraine Peace Deal to Pursue ‘Expanded’ Annexation Goals – Reuters

Russian President Vladimir Putin had rejected a potential deal with Ukraine offered by his key envoy in the early days of the invasion as he “expanded” his goals to include annexing more territory, Reuters reported Wednesday, citing three unnamed sources close to Russia’s leadership. Kremlin deputy chief of staff Dmitry Kozak, Putin’s chief envoy on Ukraine,…

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Russia-Led Military Bloc Dispatched to Armenia After Azerbaijan Clashes

A military alliance of ex-Soviet republics led by Russia has been deployed to Armenia following deadly border clashes with Azerbaijan, the organization said early Wednesday. The shootout between the neighbors locked in a decades-old conflict erupted after midnight Tuesday, killing at least 49 Armenian and 50 Azerbaijani troops. Armenia appealed for Russia’s assistance under a…

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U.S. Says Russia Has Sent $300 Mln to Meddle in Elections

Russia has covertly sent at least $300 million to foreign political parties and candidates in more than two dozen countries since 2014 in bids to gain influence, a declassified U.S. intelligence assessment said Tuesday.  U.S. intelligence “assesses that these are minimum figures and that Russia likely has transferred additional funds covertly in cases that have gone undetected,” a…

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Scholz Demands ‘Complete’ Russian Withdrawal on Call with Putin

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Tuesday called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to pull out his troops from Ukraine, as a counteroffensive by Kyiv’s forces made swift progress. Scholz in a 90-minute telephone call “urged” Putin to “come to a diplomatic solution as quickly as possible, based on a ceasefire, a complete withdrawal of Russian forces and respect…

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‘Difficult Moment for Russia’ as Fighting Flares Between Armenia and Azerbaijan

YEREVAN, Armenia — Russia said Tuesday it had negotiated a ceasefire between ex-Soviet Armenia and Azerbaijan after clashes between the historic rivals left at least 49 Armenian troops dead.  The Armenian Defense Ministry said the fighting started early Tuesday, with the Armenian cities of Goris, Sotk, and Jermuk coming under fire from Azerbaijani artillery, mortars…

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Losses Around Kharkiv Stymie Russia’s Offensive Capabilities, Analysts Say

Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive in the northeastern region of Kharkiv has severely reduced Russia’s military capabilities and means Moscow will be unable to achieve its current war aims, analysts said Tuesday.   “The overall situation for Russia is becoming increasingly difficult,” said Konrad Muzyka of Poland-based Rochan Consulting.  “It will be up to Ukraine to decide when,…

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Russia Hit With First Climate Lawsuit

Russian climate activists have filed the country’s first-ever lawsuit demanding stronger government action toward the climate crisis, The Guardian reported Tuesday. Russia, the world’s fourth-largest greenhouse gas emitter, is warming twice as fast as the planet as a whole — a trend that is already fueling major environmental disasters like wildfires, floods and permafrost melt.…

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Russia Says Negotiated Ceasefire in Deadly Armenia-Azerbaijan Border Clashes

Updated at 12:00 p.m. on Sept. 13 to add Russia’s ceasefire announcement. Russia said Tuesday it had negotiated a ceasefire between ex-Soviet Armenia and Azerbaijan, after fresh border clashes between the historic rivals left dozens dead. Armenia and Azerbaijan traded blame for exchanges of fire around the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region that began at about midnight…

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Ukraine Says Arrested Russian Teachers in Regained Areas

Moscow confirmed Tuesday the arrests of Russian teachers who had been deployed to northeastern Ukraine after Kyiv’s forces recaptured swathes of the region from Russia in a lightning counteroffensive. The confirmation by Russian investigative authorities came one day after Ukraine’s top government official announced the arrests of Russian teachers in the Kharkiv region.  Prime Minister Iryna…

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Pro-Kremlin Figures Voice Frustration After Ukraine Routs Moscow’s Forces

Russian pro-government figures have voiced concern and frustration over Kyiv’s weekend counteroffensive that saw its forces retake swathes of northeastern Ukraine, amid mounting domestic criticism of the Kremlin’s handling of its six-month invasion. Ukraine recaptured almost all of the Kharkiv region from Russian forces in a shock counteroffensive over the weekend, in what observers say…

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Pro-Kremlin Candidates Sweep Wartime Polls Amid Rigging Claims

Pro-Kremlin candidates swept the field in Russia’s local and regional elections over the weekend, the first since the country invaded Ukraine, according to preliminary results published Monday. Already overshadowed by the arrests or disqualification of opposition politicians as well as wartime censorship laws, Russia’s 2022 elections were further marred by claims of fraud over the…

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Russia’s Annexation Votes Shelved Amid Ukraine Counteroffensive – Reports

The Kremlin has put on hold referendums to annex territories claimed by Russian forces in Ukraine amid Kyiv’s shock counteroffensive in the northeast, the independent Meduza news website reported Sunday, citing unnamed sources close to the Kremlin. Kremlin-linked political strategists preparing the annexation votes had been reportedly called back to Russia from southern Ukraine’s partially…

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