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Secretary of State Antony Blinken will leave Thursday on a trip of six European countries, five of them in Russia’s periphery — Poland, Moldova and the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Four senior defense officials have been sanctioned,

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Top U.S. officials are in Europe this week, including Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Blinken. Austin announced during a stop in Germany on Tuesday that the U.S. was going to deploy an additional 500 troops to that country. Maj. Gen. Igor Konashe

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Komsomolskaya Pravda is the most popular newspaper in the country. The newspaper’s website leads the ranking of the most visited electronic media with a daily audience of more than one and a half million people. TASS

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Ukraine still controls two key nuclear power plants in the south of the country, including Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest, but Russian forces are closing in, the acting head of Ukraine’s state-run nuclear company Energoatom said on Thursday. WASHINGTON

Russia And Ukraine Start Ceasefire Talks

Their main guiding principle is to provide Russian citizens with facts and context that they cannot find on Kremlin-controlled outlets, whether online or through other media. Belarus is one of Russia’s few close foreign partners, and on Sunday the coun

Russia And Ukraine Begin Negotiations

To what extent are the penalties that are being imposed on the Russian financial system going to reverberate. Just because the actions taken against the Russian central bank were surprising and were significant. We’re talking about basically the ethics

Russia Accused Of Toyota Cyberattack

Starting from December 25, everyone arriving in Japan from Russia will have to undergo a three-day quarantine. The talks are scheduled for Jan. 10 and will focus, among other things, on tensions around Ukraine. For the past several months, Russia has b

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