Tag Archives: Russian Fascism

Biden Calls Navalny’s Situation ‘Totally Unfair’ After Doctors Sound Alarm About His Condition

Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny is seen on a screen during a video court hearing on January 28 to consider an appeal on his arrest.

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Zelensky says Biden’s talks with Putin on Ukraine would lack substance without him

23:00, 16.04.21 – UNIAN At the same time, such powers should maintain dialogue, Zelensky believes. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has welcomed Joe Biden’s offer to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to hold a bilateral summit amid rising tensions. “Regarding Biden’s proposal to meet Putin in a third country, some countries said that they are open for this. I think it’s

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Alligators’ flight: how the Russian Armed Forces practically implements information operations against Ukraine during military exercises — InformNapalm.org (English)

Against the backdrop of various military maneuvers and exercises near the borders of Ukraine, Russia continues to conduct information warfare. The purpose of Russia’s information operations is psychological pressure on Ukraine and demonstration of readiness to significantly step up the hostilities. On April 2, Russian sources, in particular, Voenny Obozrevatel popular telegram channel, affiliated with… Alligators’ flight: how the Russian Armed

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EU accuses Russia of drafting conscripts from occupied Crimea

3:15, 01.04.21 – UNIAN The Russian Federation is bound by international law, and obliged to ensure the protection of human rights on the peninsula, the EU recalls. The European Union says Russia has launched a conscription campaign in the occupied Crimea and that the move broke international law. “Today, the Russian Federation has launched yet another conscription campaign in the illegally-annexed

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Archaeologists uncover skeletons of WWII-era nuns murdered by Russian soldiers

6 March 2021 – Fox News The nuns were from the order of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Polish archaeologists have recently identified previously uncovered skeletons of three Catholic nuns who were killed by Russian soldiers at the end of World War II.  The Russian army invaded Poland in 1944 after Germany’s occupation, hoping to gain control by imprisoning, exiling and assassinating Polish soldiers, civilians and members of its religious community. Historical records from

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Russia’s Boris Nemtsov – ‘the best president Russia never had’

3 March, 2021 – By Nana Sajaia | Fox News Since 2015, the police and the municipal services have arrived at the bridge to take away the flowers and to arrest the volunteers. Exclusive interview with Nemtsov’s close ally and a lifelong friend – Vladimir Kara-Murza. In Moscow, thousands honored Boris Nemtsov – the most prominent Russian opposition leader –who was gunned down a

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In Change Of Tactics, Protesters Plan To Use Light To Show Support For Navalny

February 14, 2021 05:45 GMT – By RFE/RL Supporters of imprisoned Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny plan a protest using light from mobile phones, flashlights, and candles on February 14 to express support for Navalny despite a warning that people taking part could face criminal charges. Navalny’s team has called on people across Russia to switch on their mobile phone flashlights

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Amnesty International demands release of protesters detained in Russia – Photos

23:59, 31.01.21 – UNIAN At least 4,000 peaceful protesters were detained in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and other Russian cities on January 31. Amnesty International has demanded the release of protesters recently detained in Russia. The organization announced this in a statement related on Sunday, January 31, according to Voice of America’s Russian service. “All peaceful protesters detained today in Moscow and other Russian

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Reuters: EU to hold off on new Russia sanctions if Navalny released

23:59, 25.01.21 – UNIAN EU leaders could discuss any further steps at a planned summit on March 25-26. The European Union will hold off from imposing fresh sanctions on Russian individuals if the Kremlin releases pro-democracy campaigner Alexei Navalny, EU foreign ministers said on Monday, sending the bloc’s top diplomat to Moscow next week. Reuters reports that despite calls from Baltic

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Ukraine could bring up Russia’s membership in PACE over Navalny’s detention

08:03, 18 January 2021 – Source : 112 Ukraine The Ukrainian delegation will focus on questioning Russia’s membership in the Assembly, – official In the light of Alexei Navalny’s recent detention in Russia, the Ukrainian delegation in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will bring up Russia’s membership in PACE for discussion. Maria Mezentseva, the head of Ukraine’s permanent

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Council Of Europe Urges Russia To Explain NGO Designation As ‘Undesirable’

January 16, 2021 15:35 GMT UPDATED January 16, 2021 17:23 GMT – By RFE/RL’s Tatar-Bashkir Service The head of the Council of Europe has expressed “great concern” after the Association of Schools of Political Studies of the Council of Europe was added to the list of “undesirable” organizations in Russia. In a letter dated January 14 and obtained by RFE/RL, Council of Europe Secretary-General

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Moscow prosecutors order universities to report virtually any anti-Kremlin activity by students or faculty

9:50 am, October 16, 2020 Source: Znak.com – Meduza District attorneys in Moscow have started reviewing local scientific and educational institutions, asking universities to provide information about any students involved in protests or publications about the difficulties of life in Russia. The “University Solidarity” student union first reported the new inquiry on Friday, citing orders addressed to RANEPA (the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy

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Russian blogger, anti-Kremlin activist attacked outside his apartment

31 August, 2020 – By Bradford Betz | Fox News Yegor Zhukov was arrested in widespread crackdowns on demonstrators last summer. A Russian blogger and vocal critic of Vladimir Putin was taken to the hospital late Sunday after an assault outside his Moscow apartment that left him bloodied and bruised, according to reports. Yegor Zhukov, 22, is one of Russia’s most outspoken critics of

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