Moscow is sending a foreign minister to the UN General Assembly in New York.oglu Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will lead the Russian delegation to the UGA scheduled for the end of September in NewYork, the Kremlin announced on Monday.
Moscow is sending a foreign minister to the
General Assembly in New York.
will lead the Russian delegation to the
scheduled for the end of September in New York,...
Satellite photos taken after a series of explosions on Tuesday at a Russian air base in Crimea appear to show at least three blast craters and at least eight wrecked warplanes, showing a serious blow to the Kremlin's account.
Satellite photos taken after a series of explosions on Tuesday at a Russian air base in Crimea appear to show at least three blast craters and at least eight wrecked warplanes, showing a serious blow to the Russian military contrary ...
... smoke cleared, the remains of a warplane could be seen apparently melted into the tarmac. Satellite imagery showed craters, burn marks and at least eight destroyed fighter jets. The images and report by local officials on Wednesday contradicted the
's earlier account of what had happened in Crimea, a strategic peninsula in southern Ukraine that Russia illegally annexed in 2014, and suggested that the destruction there was far greater than acknowledged.
The base is home to fighter aircraft ...
..., Fla. on Monday. His sidestep could help him in a criminal investigation into whether he fraudulently inflated his valuations of his properties.
The damage at a Russian air base in Crimea appears to be worse than what was originally claimed by the
. After a series of explosions on Tuesday, Crimea s leader declared a state of emergency and said more than 250 people had to evacuate from their homes. Officials on the Russian-occupied peninsula said at least one person was killed and dozens ...
... use of force against its neighbor.
posted a post on Facebook, confirming that his client had been charged under paragraph 207.3 of the country's penal code, which was introduced soon after the
began its offensive against Ukraine. The journalist could face up to ten years in jail if convicted.
The 44-year-old is suspected of publicly spreading disinformation about the use of armed forces, motivated by political, ideological, racial, ...
... Russian military and up to 4,000 administrative cases on charges of disparaging the armed forces as of Wednesday, according to a legal aid group focusing on free speech cases.
Independent journalists in Russia have come under special scrutiny from the Kremlin.
A Moscow court fined the Russian newspaper
350,000 roubles $8,000 for abusing the freedom of mass information. The newspaper shut down in March.
the Nobel Peace Prize
He auctioned ...
... state. The protocols, brokered by France and Germany, were first signed in 2014. The Ukrainian president,
, admitted that Kiev's main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and create powerful armed forces. In February 2022, the
recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists that the Russian offensive was unprovoked.
... two-thirds of civilians have already fled but an estimated 350,000 remain, according to officials in Donetsk.
Russia launched an attack against Donetsk after seizing control of Luhansk last month. Gaining control of both could mean a major victory for the
and the possibility that the war might end with it slicing off a large and crucial part of its neighbor's territory.