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Russians Hacked Ramstein Military Base Website

Russian hackers from the Killnet group announced that they hacked the website of the American military base Ramstein in Germany.  “The base broke down, something like that,” the Telegram channel We are Killnet reported. According to the RIA Novosti correspondents in Europe, the website was really not working. When trying to open a website in

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

China Doubled Russian Salmon Import

Shipments of salmon species from Russia to China almost doubled in 2022, to 73,800 tons, compared to the year before last. Vedomosti writes about this with reference to the data of the All-Russian Association of Fishermen.  In monetary terms, exports soared 2.5 times, to $249.9 million. The growth of external shipments occurred against the background

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

Austria to Expel Four Russian Diplomats

The Austrian Foreign Ministry has declared persona non grata four Russian diplomats working in Vienna, the newspaper Österreich reports, citing a statement from the department.  As specified, it is going about two employees of the Russian embassy, who were suspected of activities “incompatible with their diplomatic status”, and two other employees of the Russian permanent

Russia Strengthens Relations With Belarus, Ratified Visa Agreement

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has signed a law on ratification of the intergovernmental agreement with Belarus on mutual recognition of visas. The agreement regulates migration processes on the territory of the Union State countries. According to the document, foreigners and stateless persons receive the right to enter, leave, stay, transit through the territory of Belarus

Russia and Pakistan Expanding Cooperation in Energy Sector

Russia and Pakistan intend to expand cooperation in the energy sector, Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, said at a meeting with Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.  “Moscow and Islamabad have a mutual desire to increase bilateral cooperation, primarily in the energy sector and other sectors of the economy,” the Head of Russian diplomacy said.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Called USA ‘Main Initiator’ of Ukrainian Crisis Due to Weapons Supplies

If the United States of America really cares about the Ukrainian people, they should stop supplying the country with weapons, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Mao Ning, said at a briefing.  “The United States is the main initiator and the main driving force of the Ukrainian crisis, they continuously supply heavy and offensive weapons to Ukraine,

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