Monthly Archives: January 2021

Russia-Based Neo-Nazi Terror Leader Offers Training To American Far Right

Rinaldo Nazzaro, founder of Nazi terror group the Base, is attempting to once again set up a paramilitary training network across the U.S. By Ben Makuch January 19, 2021, 5:57pm AN IMAGE FROM ONE OF NAZZARO’S LATEST SELF-PUBLISHED VIDEOS. Amidst a raging backdrop of far-right violence in the U.S., the Russia-based former leader and founder of a neo-Nazi terror group

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Zhirinovsky case: Lawyers fail to appear in Kyiv court

The date of the next meeting will be appointed by the judge. Preparatory hearings on the case against Russia’s controversial Liberal leader, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who is facing charges of sponsoring terrorism in Ukraine, did not take place on January 19. Press Secretary of Kyiv’s Shevchenkivsky district court Olha Piven said in a comment for UNIAN. “The defense did not appear

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Russia delivers over 22,000 tonnes of fuel and drones to occupied Donbas in January

   In January 2021, the Russian Federation has delivered more than 22,000 tonnes of fuel, military equipment and drones to the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Ukraine’s Defense Ministry spokesperson Yulia Shevchenko said this at a briefing on Tuesday, January 19, an Ukrinform correspondent reports. “The command of the operational group of the Russian occupation forces continues to

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Ukraine does not buy or plan to buy PCR tests produced in Russia – Stepanov

    Ukraine has not purchased and does not plan to purchase PCR tests manufactured by Russia, Health Minister Maksym Stepanov said during a press briefing in Kyiv on Tuesday. “The tests were purchased in China, the United States, Korea, Poland, Germany, Great Britain, France, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Turkey, Singapore. There is no Russian Federation here. Most of the PCR

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Germany regrets U.S. new sanctions against Nord Stream 2

German representative stated that Berlin’s opinion toward gas pipeline remains unchanged Germany regrets the decision of the U.S. to introduce sanctions against the Russian vessel involved in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline as Reuters reported citing the Economy Ministry of Germany. “We’re taking note of the announcement with regret,” the Economy Ministry representative said. He reported

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Stoltenberg: It’s not for Russia to decide who should join NATO

Russia has no right to intervene in the sovereign decisions of democracies, in particular Ukraine and Georgia, on joining NATO. “I’ve heard that question phrased in different ways many times – as if, in a way, the enlargement of NATO has been some kind of aggressive action against Russia; has justified Russia’s use of force against other countries, like you

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Vacancy: We’re looking for a human rights reporter

Euromaidan Press, an independent media about Ukraine in English, is looking for a part-time human rights reporter. Requirements: Good awareness of the political, social, economic, and military situation in Ukraine, of human rights issues in occupied territories, of human rights issues in the occupied territories and their legal aspects, knowledge of the sphere of work of human rights NGOs in

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U.S. Sanctions Russian Ship Over Nord Stream 2

The outgoing Donald Trump administration has been stepping up efforts to hamper the almost-completed pipeline. A Russian ship tasked with laying pipes to complete construction of the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline will be placed under sanctions by the U.S., German officials said Monday. “This is the announcement of a sanction of a Russian ship. We take note of

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Covid vaccine: WHO warns of ‘catastrophic moral failure’

The world faces a “catastrophic moral failure” because of unequal Covid vaccine policies, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it was not fair for younger, healthy people in richer nations to get injections before vulnerable people in poorer states. He said over 39 million vaccine doses had been given in 49 richer

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