Monthly Archives: January 2021

update: More Than 3,400 Detained In Russia By Police Amid Violent Clashes With Protesters Demanding Release Of Navalny

WATCH: Clashes, Brutal Beatings As Police Crack Down On Protesters In Moscow

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McKinsey Bans Moscow Staff From Attending Pro-Navalny Protest

The Moscow office of leading U.S. consultancy McKinsey & Company banned its staff from attending an unauthorized protest in the capital in support of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny Saturday and warned them against voicing online support, according to an email sent to McKinsey personnel seen by The Moscow Times. Russians nationwide took to the streets on Saturday in support of

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Navalny’s wife detained at Moscow protest

Police have detained Yulia Navalny, the wife of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, along with a politician and over 350 other protesters. They were attending nationwide rallies on Saturday in support of Navalny. Yulia Navalny posted a picture of her inside a police van on her Instagram account, complaining the lack of light made for a bad photograph. Around 90

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Navalny Supporters Being Beaten, Arrested As Thousands Rally To Demand His Release

Thousands of demonstrators were braving brutally cold weather and threats of police crackdowns across Russia on January 23 to call for the release of opposition politician Aleksei Navalny, a Kremlin critic jailed last weekend upon returning to Moscow after medical treatment in Germany for Novichok poisoning. The first rallies began in Siberia and the Far East with large crowds taking

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London – “Londongrad”, Putin, and the Russian influence. The United Kingdom without the EU

A year has passed since the Great Britain started the process of withdrawal from the EU. January 31, 2020 marked the official Brexit. What did the country become, having left the EU? What security challenges it faced, in spite of its strong intelligence agencies? How did withdrawal from the EU influence the brits? Are there any separatist tendencies observed in

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WHO chief elaborates on COVAX Facility

23:55, 22.01.21 – UNIAN COVAX could begin delivering doses in February. Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said the COVAX (the COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access Facility), the global pooled procurement mechanism for COVID-19 vaccines, may be launched as early as February. “That’s why today I’m glad to announce that COVAX has signed an agreement

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