Monthly Archives: September 2020

Le Monde: Putin, in an interview with Macron, suggested that Navalny himself could have received Novichok

Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron, suggested that the Russian politician Alexei Navalny, for an unspecified reason, could have taken poison from the Novichok group himself. This was reported by the French newspaper Le Monde, citing its own information. From what sources this information was obtained is not specified. Emmanuel Macron, during the conversation, rejected the assumption that

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Su-30 fighter crashed in Russia – command

The Russian Su-30 fighter of the Russian military space forces crashed during a planned flight in the Tver region, Russian media report citing the headquarters of the Western Military District, Radio Liberty reports . Both pilots managed to eject and were delivered to the home airfield. The plane fell in the forest, no destruction, says the Russian Defense Ministry. It is reported that a commission was sent

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Villages near Simferopol will not receive water contrary to schedule

In the villages near Simferopol, on the evening of September 21, despite the schedule, the water supply was canceled, the Russian administration of the city reported.CD on YouTubeCD on FacebookCD in mobile According to the authorities, restrictions will affect the villages of Aykavan, Ana-Yurt, Akropolis, Khoshkeldy, the Beloe-4, 5 microdistrict and dachas. As noted in the Simferopol administration, the reason

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Simferopol: water is not supplied to the upper floors in almost fifty houses

Residents of high-rise buildings in Simferopol complain of low water pressure, which leaves the upper floors without water supply. This was announced at a meeting on September 21 by the head of the Russian administration of Simferopol, Elena Protsenko. According to her, 45 problem houses were counted in the city. “Many people said that the pressure does not reach the 7th, 8th,

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“A huge gift for corrupt officials”: will Crimeans have to pay for visiting parks?

Visiting parks and reserves in the annexed Crimea may soon become paid. Back in July, the government of neighboring Russia adopted a decree on tariffs for visiting specially protected natural areas. This category includes both district parks and forests adjacent to cities, and nature reserves with national parks. According to the decree, for protected areas of federal significance, a fee is set in the

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Zelensky at UN: Russia’s aggression proves that humankind has not learned lessons of World War II

The armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine indicates that humankind has not yet learned the tragic lesson of World War II, and some countries are still trying to return to the division of spheres of influence in the world. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said this in a video address to the participants of the 75th session of the UN

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Russian Authorities Storm Siberian Commune, Arrest Messianic Cult Leader

A Siberian messianic cult leader and his deputies have been detained at one of their communes on accusations of using followers’ money and psychological violence to inflict harm, Russia’s Investigative Committee said Tuesday. Armed agents were filmed storming the Church of the Last Testament’s compound in a southern district of the Krasnoyarsk region. The agents can be seen placing its leader Vissarion Christ

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Merkel’s possible successor accuses Putin of refugee crisis

One of the leading politicians from the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Friedrich Merz harshly criticized the policy of Russian President Vladimir Putin. “This man and his army are bombing hospitals, kindergartens, schools and nursing homes,” Merz said in a video interview with Bild, referring to the war in Syria. According to the politician, the influx of refugees to Europe is

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Putin approves Lukashenko’s plans to amend constitution

At a meeting in Sochi between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, Putin supported the proposed amendments to the Belarusian Constitution, said the Kremlin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, as quoted by TASS. “Of course, the events of recent weeks in Belarus could not but have an impact. In addition, we know the initiative of President Lukashenko to carry out constitutional reform,

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Putin Recreates Soviet-Era Political Supervision Over National Guards

President Vladimir Putin has created a new post in Russia’s National Guard to ensure ideological education and political unity amid questions over the country’s return to once-abolished Soviet practices. The Russian military has gained political influence in both domestic and foreign policy since the 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and renewed geopolitical tensions with the West. In 2018, Putin

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Russian Foreign Intelligence Service head expecting EU states to be pragmatic about Nord Stream 2

Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergei Naryshkin has said that the termination of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project would be disadvantageous for EU member states and has expressed hope that European partners will not act to the detriment of their own interests in dealing with the issue. “Most Europeans realize that they will incur substantial losses from terminating

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Navy Ships Start Practical Implementation Of Tasks Within Framework Of United Efforts 2020 Exercise

The ships of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have begun practical implementation of tasks at sea within the framework of the United Efforts 2020 strategic command and staff exercises. The press service of the Ministry of Defense has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. “In the place of permanent basing, the crews of

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Here Are Some Questions For Joe Biden

Townhall.com Kurt Schlichter|Posted: Sep 21, 2020 12:01 AM The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of Townhall.com. If our media was not a bubbling cauldron of dung, Grandpa Badfinger would be getting hit with real questions instead of being lobbed inane softballs like “Some people say Trump is literally Hitler, while others

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Archil Talakvadze: The more successful Georgia is, the more Russia tries to hinder it

1TV Georgia. 21.09.20 “Bilateral relations with Russia can be normalized after the de-occupation of our territories, when Russian troops, who have been illegally staying in two regions of Georgia, will leave our territories,” said the Chairman of the Georgian Parliament, Archil Talakvadze. According to Talakvadze, “so far, no significant political decision has been made by Russia to implement the 2008 ceasefire

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