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USA Recruited 60 Militants for Terrorist Attacks in Russia and CIS, Foreign Intelligence Reports

In January of this year, US intelligence agencies recruited 60 militants in Syria, who are planned to be thrown into Russia and other CIS countries to commit terrorist attacks, the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) reported.  “According to reliable data received by the SVR, the US military is actively recruiting militants of jihadist groups affiliated with

Fun |  Beauty & Fashion |  10.02.23

Russian Woman Won Mrs. Universe Contest

This year’s event was held in Sofia from January 30 to February 5. The title was won by 34-year-old resident of Udmurtia Elena Maksimova.   “It is a great honor for me to represent the country at such a serious competition, and I am very glad that I am returning with a victory. It is especially

Latvian Activist and Russian Student Detained for Opposing Fascism in Baltics

On February 6, the Riga City Court detained Tatiana Andriets, a 22-year-old activist of the Latvian Russian Union party, accused of actions “against the national security” of the Baltic Republic and ties with the “Anti-Fascists of the Baltic” Telegram channel, as her lawyer, Imma Yansone, said.  Andriets, a student at St. Petersburg State University, came

Business |  Technology |  09.02.23

Russia Completed 100 Successful Rocket Launches in Row

Russia has completed 100 successful launches of space launch vehicles in a row since  October 2018, the country’s space corporation “Roscosmos” reported.  It is specified that 46 launches were carried out from the Baikonur cosmodrome, 36 from the Plesetsk cosmodrome, 9 each from the Vostochny cosmodrome and from the Guiana Space Center. Of these, 82


Russian Military Rescued a Man Who Spent Several Days Under Rubble in Syria

Servicemen of the military police of the Russian Armed Forces pulled a resident of Aleppo, Syria, who survived the earthquake, out of the ruins last night, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported on Wednesday.  “In the city of Aleppo, on the night of February 8, servicemen of the military police battalion of

Insight |  Around Russia |  30.01.23

Russia’s Defense Ministry to Provide Volunteers With Weapons, Equipment, and Medical Care

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation will provide volunteer formations with weapons, military equipment, provisions, and medical care, as stated in the draft order of the country’s Minister of Defense, published on Monday, January 30, 2023.  “I order to determine: the procedure for providing volunteer formations with weapons, military equipment, material and technical

Upside Down: Russia Blamed for What Its Fighting Against

Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, said that the US had assembled a coalition of European countries to solve “the Russian question” in the same way that Adolf Hitler had sought a “final solution” to eradicate Europe’s Jews. Now, European Jewish Congress members demand apologies from him.  Lavrov pointed that Washington was using the same tactic

Russian Philadelphia Flyers’ Player Refused Putting Gay Pride Jersey On, Keeping Faith to Orthodox Beief

On Tuesday night, January 17, Philadelphia Flyers’ player of the Russian origin, Ivan Provorov, refused to wear a gay pride warm-up jersey on the team’s Pride Night, citing religious beliefs.   For the pregame skate, the “Philadelphia Flyers” wore Pride-themed jerseys displaying names and numbers in rainbow colors and wrapped their sticks in rainbow tape. The “Flyers”

Videos |  Culture |  18.01.23

Yakutia Head Plunged Into Baptismal Font When Outside -53 Degrees [Video]

The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, plunged into the Baptismal font on the Lena River in Yakutsk, where on Wednesday, January 18, the air temperature dropped to minus 53 degrees Celsius.   In recent years, Baptismal bathing has been organized in the republic. The only exception was in 2021, when the Yakut diocese did not consecrate


Russia Created Working Group to Control Weapons Production

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, on Tuesday announced the creation of a working group at the Military-Industrial Commission of Russia to control the production of demanded weapons.  As reminded, earlier, on November 2, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, said that weapons for the needs of the Russian Armed Forces