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Four snails & 90 clams could be killed in upcoming hypersonic missile test, US Air Force warns — RT USA News

The US Air Force has warned that a much-anticipated test of its new air-launched hypersonic missile could kill four snails and 90 clams. No such precise estimates were offered for …

Huge blaze & multiple EXPLOSIONS in central Moscow as warehouse catches fire (VIDEOS) — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

A large fire has broken out in central Moscow, with multiple videos from the scene showing what looks like fireworks exploding amid billowing smoke. The building on fire is reportedly …

Hardliner Raisi wins Iran’s presidential election — RT World News

Conservative judge Ebrahim Raisi is the presumed victor of Iran’s presidential election. As the clear frontrunner, Raisi received congratulations from rival candidates hours before preliminary results were announced. Iran’s Interior …

Special Forces ‘Chief Diversity Officer’ who likened Trump to Hitler allowed back in questionable display of hypocrisy — RT USA News

The former chief of diversity and inclusion within the Pentagon’s Special Operations Command has been given his old job back, months after he was suspended over comparing former president Donald …

Who wants a shot? Lithuania considers offering Covid jabs to tourists entering Baltic country — RT World News

Lithuania is considering a scheme this week that would allow tourists staying in the country for over seven days to receive a Covid vaccination, also extending the offer to its …

Russia Insider

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Ivan the ‘Terrible’ Wasn’t Terrible at All

The author is a well-known academic historian of Russia and Ukraine, which he approaches from a Christian (Russian Orthodox) and nationalist perspective, arguing that nationalism and Christian Orthodoxy are inseparable. He also …

The Moscow Times

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Putin Promises Russians Billions in Spending Ahead of Polls

President Vladimir Putin proposed Saturday at his United Russia party congress billons of rubles in spending ahead of September parliamentary polls that could see the deeply unpopular party struggle. Addressing several hundred …

Russian Climate Strike Protester Announces Parliamentary Run

Russian youth climate protester Arshak Makichyan will run for a seat in the lower-house State Duma in this September’s high-stakes parliamentary elections, he announced Saturday. Makichyan, 26, rose to prominence …

Russia Staggers Parliamentary Elections to Limit COVID Spread

Russia’s parliamentary elections in September will be held over three days to limit the spread of coronavirus, the head of the poll body said Friday, as new cases hit a …

Ukraine Sanctions Tycoon Linked to Russian Defense Firms

Ukraine on Friday imposed sanctions on controversial tycoon Dmytro Firtash for selling titanium products to Russian military enterprises, the presidency said in a statement. The ex-Soviet country has been fighting …

Moscow Hospitals to Limit Treatment to Vaccinated Patients

Moscow hospitals will no longer provide routine treatment to unvaccinated patients, health authorities announced Friday.  The announcement is the latest unprecedented measure taken as the Russian capital, a metropolis of …

Pravda Report

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Chinese justice system vs. Western justice system

We are today treated by the Western media to ‘the fact’ of the Chinese justice system having a conviction rate of “at least 99.9%”, if not higher, accompanied by harrowing …