Monthly Archives: September 2020

“Everywhere is ruin.” Mikhail Degtyarev, who left Khabarovsk during the rallies, reported on his trip to the region

The interim governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Mikhail Degtyarev, reported on Instagram about a trip to the region, which he began in late July almost immediately after his appointment. “Everywhere is ruin, debts, debts, debts. Debts for heat, electricity, between the budgets, “- said Degtyarev. According to him, during two months of his working trip, he visited all districts of the region and,

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Chemist calling himself one of the creators of Novichok apologizes to Navalny

Chemist Vil Mirzayanov, who calls himself one of the developers of Novichok, on the Dozhd TV channel apologized to Alexei Navalny for the poisonous substance, which, presumably, caused the politician’s hospitalization . “I sincerely apologize to Navalny for participating in this criminal business – for the development of this substance, which he poisoned himself with,” Mirzayanov said ( quoted by Kommersant). Chemist Vil Mirzayanov

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New protests in Minsk

In Minsk a crowd of people has finally managed to gather outside Stela despite all the police and army efforts to prevent them from gathering, multiple detentions and the lack of communication due to internet shutdown. More people are now heading there from all across the city. Tens of thousands of people are chanting “Resign!” Warning shots in Brest where

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Package sent to Trump contained deadly poison

  A package containing the deadly poison ricin addressed to President Donald Trump was intercepted by law enforcement sometime this week, before it was delivered to the president, two law enforcement officials told CNN on Saturday. Two law enforcement officials also told CNBC about the ricin package that was addressed to Trump. According to CNN, two tests were performed on

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French hospitality expert wants to be part of Ukraine’s promising tourism future

By Toma Istomina. Published Sept. 17. French hospitality expert Eliott Chirin talks to the Kyiv Post on Sept. 15, 2020, at the Bursa hotel, where he works as a financial manager.Photo by Volodymyr Petrov At the age of 26, French hospitality expert Eliott Chirin has already lived in seven countries and acquired invaluable experience while both working for the giants

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‘Glittering’ Women’s March leaves almost 400 women detained

Women gathered for a traditional Women’s March in Minsk. The meeting place was Kamarouski market. Today’s march was called “glittering”. The participants were asked to wear glitter and bring shiny things. The women traditionally gathered for Saturday’s protest in Minsk. They spoke out against violence and torture. Many of the members wore glittery clothes and glittery makeup. The participants of

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Putin will try to kill Navalny again and the West will do little about it, NATO sources say

   Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the latest critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin to be mysteriously poisoned, has announced he plans to return to Russia after his recovery from exposure to a deadly nerve agent. But Navalny, who is recovering in a Berlin hospital, will be taking an enormous personal risk, according to three officials from NATO intelligence services

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Hundreds of UK troops parachute into Ukraine for joint exercises

Over 200 British paratroopers made history this week when they jumped into southern Ukraine for the first time.Published 19 September 2020From:Ministry of Defence and James Heappey MP As the UK’s global response force, the paras of 16 Air Assault Brigade are able to deploy worldwide at short notice. Flying straight from the UK, 250 soldiers from 16 Air Assault Brigade dropped into

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The alternative history of Poland brought to you by Russian propaganda

UKRAINE CRISIS media center 17/09/2019 Commanders of Soviet and Nazi tank brigades Krivosheev and Guderian respectively, photo credit: Bundesarchiv Note: timely article from one year ago about Russian lies. September 17, 2019 marks 80 years since the Soviet Union invaded Poland, joining the WWII on the side of Nazi Germany. This uncanny affiliation is a substantial challenge for the Kremlin,

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Belarus police arrest hundreds of women in Minsk ‘Sparkly March’ protest

    About 2,000 people marched through the city demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko step down. Belarus, a former Soviet republic closely allied with Russia, has been rocked by mass street protests since Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory in an August 9 presidential election that his opponents say was rigged. He denies the accusation. Saturday’s protesters, most of them women, briefly

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