Monthly Archives: June 2020

Kremlin Denies Eyeing Territorial Claims After Putin’s Comments In Documentary

MOSCOW — The Kremlin has denied it has any territorial claims on former Soviet republics after President Vladimir Putin appeared to question the redrawn borders of Russia after the breakup of the Soviet Union. “No, Russia does not have territorial claims against its neighbors,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on June 22. Peskov was responding to a question about

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Derkach released new records of conversations between people “who appear to be Biden and Poroshenko”

    At the press conference in Interfax Ukraine, the Member of the Parliament of Ukraine Andrii Derkach unveiled new records of conversations between people “who appear to be Biden and Poroshenko”. The main topics of the tapes released by Derkach were the IMF loan guarantees, the operations of Naftogaz, tariff increases, the Burisma case, the nationalization of PrivatBank and others.

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Two unguided aircraft missile launched by Russian mercenaries destroyed near Pavlopil – Ukraine’s military

Two S-8 unguided aircraft missiles were found and destroyed near residential buildings and the positions of Ukrainian military officers in the vicinity of Pavlopil settlement (Donetsk region), on Saturday, June 20, the press center of Joint Forces Operation’s headquarters said. “Today, in the vicinity of Pavlopil in Donetsk region, near residential buildings and the positions of the Ukrainian military officers,

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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry comments on Russian idea to ‘rehabilitate’ Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact

22.06.2020 16:33 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine considers that the idea of Russian lawmakers to overturn the condemnation of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact seems “strange, maybe even tragicomic” and forecasts the stormy reaction of the Ukrainian society if this idea is implemented. “Currently, it is unknown how this idea will be implemented in the State Duma. If it becomes

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Putin’s Inner Circle Corners $30Bln Garbage Reform Market – Report

President Vladimir Putin’s close associates are the biggest beneficiaries of the country’s 2 trillion ruble ($28.7 billion) waste disposal reforms, according to an analysis of contracts by Russia’s Important Stories investigative website published Thursday. Companies linked to close Putin associates Sergei Chemezov, Arkady Rotenberg and Yury Kovalchuk, as well as former prosecutor general Igor Chaika, have reportedly cornered one-quarter of the market.

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MH17 trial: Lawyers of suspect want to hear alternative versions of crash

The seventh court hearing in the MH17 trial began with the speeches of Dutch lawyers representing one of the four suspects, lieutenant colonel of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Oleg Pulatov. As an Ukrinform own correspondent in The Hague reports, the first speaker was lawyer Boudewijn van Eijck from the Sjöcrona Van

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The Enterprise is under attack

A common trope in the original Star Trek series was an alien entity penetrating the starship enterprise and subtly interfering operationally with the smooth running of the ship. Initially causing the crew to be at loggerheads, but slowly escalating until they are at each other’s throats. Unless the crisis is dealt with decisively, a disaster awaits. Usually the captain, aided

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16 Batshit Crazy Moments From John Bolton’s Book About Trump

Bolton writes Trump obsessed for months over getting a signed CD of Elton John’s “Rocket Man” to Kim Jong Un. And he thought invading Venezuela would be “cool.” By Greg Walters22 June 2020, 7:41amThis article originally appeared on VICE US. WASHINGTON — President Trump’s dismissal of John Bolton’s White House tell-all as a work of “pure fiction” is pretty rich:

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