Category Archives: Russia

Russia's war crimes: Deputy Prosecutor General tells ICC representatives about hundreds of proceedings

Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Giunduz Mamedov held a meeting with representatives of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to discuss the evidence of Russian aggression in Donbas and Crimea. “The Ukrainian law enforcement agencies of Ukraine under the coordination of the Prosecutor General’s Office continue to gather evidence of the international-scale armed conflict and the

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Pro-Kremlin Disinformation Desperation: MH17 and WWII

This week, the pro-Kremlin disinformation machine has begun “preparations” for the MH17 trial and continued its attack on Poland. A few weeks from now, on March 9th, the District Court of the Hague will begin the criminal trial of four suspects for shooting down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. With the court date approaching, the pro-Kremlin disinformation machine is desperate to

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Julian Assange: Trump 'offered pardon for Russia denial'

A witness in Julian Assange’s extradition hearing will claim President Donald Trump offered the Wikileaks founder a pardon if he said Russia was not involved in leaking emails during the US election. Assange’s barrister revealed the claim at Westminster Magistrates’ Court ahead of an extradition hearing next week. District Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled the witness’s evidence admissible. The White House

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US strategic drone approaches Russian Defense Minister’s plane over Europe

An unknown drone approached the plane of the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu over Europe, reports the Russian newspaper Izvestia, citing Serbian military and diplomatic sources. The Minister’s plane was in Kosovo airspace at the time of the incident. The UAV approached the aircraft at an approximate distance of at least 150 km. Several MiG-29s of the Serbian Air Force were

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U.S. accuses Russia of disrupting Minsk agreements

Russia refuses to fulfill its obligations under the Minsk agreements and continues to support bloodshed in Donbas, Acting Deputy Permanent Representative of the U.S. Mission to the United Nations Cherith Norman Chalet has said. She said this at a meeting of the UN Security Council in New York on Tuesday, February 18, according to an Ukrinform correspondent. “Unfortunately, Russia has

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Vanity in the Kremlin. Putin realized that he lost

The strategic situation in the Russia-USA pair has changed dramatically. The political will of one of the parties that realized the existential threat has changed US presidents come and go, but the American “ deep state,” deep state, remains. Mike Pompeo’s recent Russian-Chinese underbelly voyage, which provoked anger and rage in Beijing and Moscow, was the introduction of these two wonderful cities to the

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U.S. Arrests Mexican Citizen Allegedly Recruited by Russia

U.S. authorities in Miami arrested a Mexican citizen who had been recruited by a Russian government official to locate and obtain the license plate number of the car of a “U.S. government source,” the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes, a resident of Singapore, was arrested on Sunday after he arrived at Miami International Airport with

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Fight in Donbass: EU calls on Russia to influence militants

The European Union expects Russia to act in the direction of de-escalation of the situation in the Donbass. This is stated in the commentary of the EU spokeswoman on foreign affairs and security policy, which is at the disposal of the European truth. “We expect that Russia will fully and immediately use its influence on the armed groups it supports,” he said.

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Enemy attack in Zolote, Donbas: farewell to illusions

As soon as Kyiv officials of different levels (even ministers) started telling on live TV that the implementation of “peace plans” and “joint patrolling” following some kind of arrangements reached in Munich would take place in line with Ukrainian law and under Ukrainian government control, the “greeting” came from the east. Among other things, insatiable and blood-thirsty warmongers and death

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Russia's new escalation in Ukraine is Trump's opportunity

by Tom Rogan Russian-supported rebels attacked Ukrainian government-held areas of the eastern Luhansk Oblast on Tuesday. President Trump thus has an opportunity to draw a line under the impeachment saga by providing new support to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government. The offensive is certainly significant. According to the Kyiv Post, Ukraine’s army lost at least one soldier and suffered four

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Russia claims not involved in latest Donbas escalation

At the same time, Peskov told journalists the Kremlin was aware of today’s clash “between the ‘Luhansk People’s Republic’ and the Ukrainian Armed Forces”. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claims it would be “completely wrong” to raise the issue of Russia’s responsibility for the latest violent escalation in Donbas. Answering a question of an UNIAN correspondent in Russia on whether the

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A Dutch MH17 secret intelligence document leaked: Now all theories are going down

A Dutch military intelligence and security service document on investigating the crash of a Malaysian plane “MH 17”, shot down in July 2014, had leaked Source: Tanjug Until now, it was considered that Russia should be held responsible for the downing of the plane, which killed all passengers and crew members (a total of 283 passengers, including 80 children, and 15

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Russia to Consider Making Ex-Presidents Immune from Prosecution

Russian presidents could be made immune from criminal prosecution once they leave office under proposed constitutional reforms, a senior lawmaker said on Tuesday. The proposal, made by a parliamentary working group, comes after President Vladimir Putin last month announced sweeping reforms to the political system that would shift some powers away from the presidency. Putin’s initiatives, which were followed by

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Russia Ordered to Pay $50Bln to Yukos Shareholders

Following a ruling in the Netherlands, Russia says it will appeal the decision in the Dutch Supreme Court. A Dutch appeals court Tuesday ordered that the Russian government pay $50 billion to former shareholders in the defunct Russian oil giant Yukos. The decision overturned a previous ruling from a lower court. Immediately after the ruling, Russian officials said they would

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NATO does not solve Ukraine’s problems, only makes them worse

This article is full of propaganda and BS from horseface. NATO only exacerbates Ukraine’s problems and undermines efforts aimed at implementing the Minsk agreements, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters on Monday after the Munich Security Conference. Russia is engaged in a dialogue with those Western countries, which are involved in the Ukrainian settlement process, he stressed. “These are,

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