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The next Navalny

EVRO INTELLIGENCE Oct 25, 2021 It’s not big news at the moment, but the story of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president, might be in the headlines more soon. Saakashvili returned to Georgia this month after eight years in exile. He was arrested on October 1, having been convicted of abuse of power in absentia in 2018, and has been

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A child when seized, Bohdan Kovalchuk has spent 5 years in Donbas militant captivity

Halya Coynash oct 25. 2021 Bohdan Kovalchuk, when forced by the militants to ’confess’, Bohdan’s grandmother, with his photo, asking people to remember him (and help use pressure to free him)  It is five years since the Russian proxy ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ [DPR] seized five young lads and forced them to give videoed ‘confessions’ for DPR and Russian propaganda.  One

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Killing for the Kremlin

FINAL POST To our readers: This will be our final post. However, just because we will no longer post content does not mean the fight should end. The fight should go on and on. Until the threat from Russia is ended. You can be assured, the Kremlin will go on; they will not stop killing their enemies. Putin will not

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Vladimir Putin: I’ll protect Russia against Western liberalism like cancel culture and transgender rights

The Russian president compares the intolerance of woke warriors to the Bolsheviks of Russia’s 1917 Revolution. By Natalie Vasilyeva, RUSSIA CORRESPONDENT, MOSCOW 22 October 2021 • Vladimir Putin said the anti-racism agenda in the West was dividing society as he compared cancel culture warriors in liberal democracies to the Bolsheviks of Russia’s 1917 Revolution. “The incessant emphasis on race pushes people further

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2 years for setting a person alight, while Russia demands 20-year sentences against Crimean Tatars for discussing their faith

21.10.2021 Halya Coynash From top left clockwise Amet Suleimanov, Seitumer Seitumerov, Osman Seitumerov, Rustem Seitmemetov Photos Crimean Solidarity  A ‘court’ in Russian-occupied Crimea has sentenced a man who tried to set his partner alight in a drunken row to two years’ imprisonment.  The following day, on 20 October, a Russian prosecutor demanded a 20-year sentence against Crimean Tatar historian Seitumer Seitumerov for discussing religious subjects in

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400 Ukrainians imprisoned without a crime in Russia, occupied Crimea and Donbas

20.10.2021. Halya Coynash Around 200 children are growing up without their imprisoned fathers just in occupied Crimea. Photo of Rayif Fevziyev’s 5-year-old daughter, after her father was arrested on 17 August 2021 Photo Crimean Solidarity  It is not just 400 Ukrainian political prisoners, hostages and prisoners of war  who are held in captivity in Russia, occupied Crimea or Donbas, but

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How the US faces catastrophic defeat by China or Russia in a hypersonic Third World War

US is lagging in the ‘hypersonic race’ as rival superpowers develop game-changing weapons including AI ‘drone swarms’ and autonomous rockets. ByNick Allen, US EDITOR. 19 October 2021 The recent test of a hypersonic nuclear-capable missile by China is a reminder that any future major war between great powers will look very different to the last. In addition to hypersonic weapons – launched

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Russia cannot block Ukraine’s NATO aspirations, US Secretary of Defence says

Oct 19, 2021 1/5 U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Ukrainian Defence Minister Andriy Taran visit a pantheon commemorating fallen defenders of Ukraine prior to their meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine October 19, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb GaranichRead Less KYIV, Oct 19 (Reuters) – No third country has a veto on Ukraine’s aspirations to join NATO, U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin told a

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Ukraine 2021: The Crisis Continues

Kenneth Rapoza Senior Contributor: Markets. I write about global business and investing in emerging markets Oct 14, 2021 Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine’s president, pops out of the mythical Pandora’s Box. Zelensky was caught … [+] KMR IMAGES Seven years after Russia annexed Crimea and created an armed separatist movement in Donbas, the industrial eastern hub of eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian government, and its

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From the FB page of Margaret Thatcher

A great speech made by her close colleague Sir Keith Joseph that resonates down the years. The old virtues of patriotism and national pride have been denigrated in the name of internationalism, love of all our fellow-men. But no one can love mankind if he does not love his own countrymen. It was the radical Socialist writer and patriot, the

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Ukraine has huge potential for biogas production – Naftogaz CEO

Oct 16, 2021 Ukraine has a huge potential for large-scale biogas production so that to ensure its energy independence, CEO of NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine Yuriy Vitrenko has said. “This means [new] jobs, this is independence from gas imports. We have a huge potential for biogas production, which can and should be used, in particular, for heat production,” Vitrenko said

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PM Shmyhal: Ukraine-Georgia trade turnover grows by 30%

Oct 8, 2021 The 30% growth of Ukraine–Georgia trade turnover over the past six months testifies to friendly relations. “The trade turnover between Ukraine and Georgia grew by almost 30% over the first half of 2021, clearly testifying to friendly relations between our countries,” Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal posted on Twitter. He also expressed gratitude to Georgian Parliament

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A Two-Front Battle: How Ukrainian Military Women Are Fighting For Equality

UKRAINE WORLD March 10, 2021Ukrainian military women have played a significant role in defending Ukraine since the beginning of the war in Donbas. But they still face lots of challenges, stigmas. As of March 2020, 29 760 women were serving in the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF). Among them were 902 senior officers. The latest data from March 2021 shows that women currently constitute 11

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Joe Biden’s ‘extreme leftist’ bank nominee asked to hand over Karl Marx thesis written at Moscow university

Saule Omarova has been criticised by Republicans for being the ‘most radical’ nominee ever and wanting to ‘end banking as we know it’ By Nick Allen WASHINGTON 15 October 2021 Joe Biden’s nominee for banking regulator has been asked to hand over to the US Senate a thesis on Karl Marx that she wrote while a student at Moscow State

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From the FB page of Mikhail Saakashvili

15 Oct 2021 (Translation) Leonid Kuchma, 2th President of Ukraine: ′′ Mikhail Saakashvili is a very multifaceted complex personality. It is not surprising that the situation with Mikhail is also very difficult and has no easy way out. To search for him, all sides need to apply maximum weight and real wisdom. I really hope that the leadership of the

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Kaliningrad: The curious case of Vladimir Putin’s piece of EU territory

THE NEW EUROPEAN The Russian region, disconnected from the motherland and deep in EU territory, is both an asset and a vulnerability for the Kremlin. PAUL KNOTT tells the story of one of the continent’s most intriguing places, where geography and history collide  PAUL KNOTT. 14th October 2021 Russia’s tyrannical moderniser Peter the Great founded Saint Petersburg in 1703 on

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From the FB page of Lisa Yasko

Oct 12, 2021 Звернення Президента Віктор Ющенко 🇺🇦 до грузинського народу щодо незаконного затримання Mikheil Saakashvili🇬🇪 🇺🇸 Dear Georgia, dear Georgian nation, dear friends! It is a great honor for me to have a short address to you, which I wanted to begin with a fierce great respect, great love, which is in the heart of every Ukrainian for Georgia,

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Medvedev echoes Putin’s dangerous Ukraine obsession

Peter Dickinson October 12, 2021 The new pastime of the Russian elite appears to be penning abusive essays about Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin set the tone in summer 2021 with a 5000-word epic that questioned the legitimacy of Ukraine’s borders and laid bare his own imperial ambitions. Former Russian president and prime minister Dmitry Medvedev has now published a

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“Mr. Jones” film exposes the fake news campaign behind Stalin’s Ukrainian genocide

By Serhii Plokhii. July 27, 2020 The movie “Mr. Jones” is an important new historical drama with a very contemporary context. Released in the US in spring 2020, it sheds long overdue light on one of Stalin’s worst crimes, while also serving as a timely reminder that today’s talk of fake news is actually nothing new. Written by Andrea Chalupa

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Russia STOLE the blueprint for the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab ‘using an agent in person’ and used it to develop their own Sputnik vaccine, security sources tell ministers

By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline 11 Oct 2021 Russia stole blueprint for Oxford vaccine to create  Sputnik V jab, sources claim Security teams allege spies working for the Kremlin had stolen vital information Comes after President Vladimir Putin confirmed he received the Sputnik V shot The blueprint for the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine was stolen by Russia who went on to use the

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