Russia, Ukraine Battle For Crimean Airwaves

Russia, Ukraine Battle For Crimean Airwaves

Since Russia’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, it has sought to control all aspects of life on the peninsula, including its airwaves. Russian transmissions are jamming frequencies broadcast from the Ukrainian mainland, while Kyiv fights back with new and upgraded radio towers. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read more: Russia, Ukraine Battle For Crimean […]

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Russia turns to politically-motivated excavations to rewrite history of Soviet Terror after jailing one of its main historians – Human Rights in Ukraine

Russia turns to politically-motivated excavations to rewrite history of Soviet Terror after jailing one of its main historians – Human Rights in Ukraine

Halya Coynash Yarovaya has spoken with Russian and Finnish historians who dismiss the new hypothesis as politically motivated, and not based on any credible evidence. This is in sharp contrast to the evidence about graves of the victims of the Terror. http://khpg.org/en/index.php?id=1535376801 A new attempt to rewrite history about the Great Terror appears to be […]

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Russia’s Favorite Mercenaries

Russia’s Favorite Mercenaries

Neil Hauer In Russia, journalism is far from the safest profession—even more so when the subject of investigation happens to be a private mercenary army engaged in multiple active conflicts abroad. …While Wagner attempts to suppress investigations into its activities, the information available suggests an outfit that plays an increasingly crucial role for Moscow both […]

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Уголок циника on Twitter

Уголок циника on Twitter

Popular Mechanics, Twitter: A vintage Russian T-34 tank performed an unusual, unplanned maneuver during a military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Kursk on Thursday. The accidental barrel roll fortunately left the driver and bystanders uninjured. “At about 12:10 on August 23 a T-34 tank rolled off the platform and capsized while […]

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