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A Russian friend posted a link today to an article titled “Russian Megaliths in America”.

“Proof” that the Slavic culture inhabited, civilized, and then abandoned America. 140 more words

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Russian blogger ordered to pay news channel Russia Today half a million rubles for saying it ‘invents news’

RT, here’s your challenge.  If I can give you an example of RT inventing news, will you pay me a half a million rubles?  Do you accept my challenge? 252 more words

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Russian TV's coverage of Odessa clashes

By Stephen Ennis

Russian state TV’s coverage marking the anniversary of the deaths of 48 people in violent clashes in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa gave viewers the impression that pro-Moscow activists were victims of unprovoked violence by people it portrayed as bloodthirsty and pitiless “Nazis”. 1,041 more words

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Russian aggression against Ukraine and international law: 25 key theses

2016/04/30

Article by: Oleksiy Rohovyk, head of Free Voice Information Analysis Center; Olga Lozova, analyst of Free Voice Information Analysis Center

For almost 2 years Ukraine is still one of the central issues of international politics. 2,535 more words

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Confirmed: Kiselev bought an apartment for $ 4.5 million

Where did Dmitry Konstantinovich Kiselyov get $4.5 million for an apartment?  Dmitry, did you forget to get involved with Panama or did you play somewhere else? 369 more words

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Lawyer: extradition of Ukrainian pilot, Nadezhda Savchenko, expected soon

Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2016 10:22 am | Updated: 11:00 am, Thu Apr 28, 2016.

Associated Press |

MOSCOW (AP) — Jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko has been given forms to complete for extradition from Russia, one of her lawyers said Thursday. 296 more words

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Drones: Russia’s Hot New Propaganda Tool

Adam Saxton

April 29, 2016

Russia is beginning to up the ante with drones, and not in the way you may think. Shortly after Syrian forces retook Palmyra aided by Russian air power, Russian television stations aired… 1,003 more words

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