Locals livid as ‘hearth resistant’ Russian World War II monument BURNS DOWN after youngsters enjoying by chance set it alight (VIDEO)

A newly constructed statue within the Russian republic of Tatarstan has burned down after 4 youngsters used the close by everlasting flame memorial to set hearth to a wreath on the memorial. The ‘fireproof’ monument was erected simply final 12 months. The monument, devoted to the ‘Warrior-Liberator,’ is in Zainsk, a city round 1000km east… Continue reading Locals livid as ‘hearth resistant’ Russian World War II monument BURNS DOWN after youngsters enjoying by chance set it alight (VIDEO)

Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Mar 17, 2021 Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi met March 17 along with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, who welcomed the extent of coordination between the international locations on worldwide and regional points, notably the confidential dialogue channel established in recent times between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ashkenazi stated, “I… Continue reading Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Russia, Iran tried to target 2020 US election: US agencies

Russia and Iran targeted election infrastructure during the 2020 US vote but did not compromise any of the results, the departments of Homeland Security and Justice said Tuesday. “Broad Russian and Iranian campaigns targeting multiple critical infrastructure sectors did compromise the security of several networks that managed some election functions,” the government agencies said in… Continue reading Russia, Iran tried to target 2020 US election: US agencies

Thousands of submissions from dozens of nations acquired at annual picture contest in reminiscence of slain journalist Andrei Stenin

An annual worldwide contest for younger photojournalists, which commemorates Russian photographer Andrei Stenin, who was killed in jap Ukraine, has introduced its first outcomes after entries closed in late February. The seventh annual Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest has acquired nearly 4,500 submissions from some 70 international locations from all around the globe, the… Continue reading Thousands of submissions from dozens of nations acquired at annual picture contest in reminiscence of slain journalist Andrei Stenin

‘Russians are pretty good scientists’: EU inner market chief says he has ‘no reason’ to doubt Sputnik V vaccine

European Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton has mentioned that he has “no reason” to doubt the efficacy of the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine. He added that Brussels wants a big portfolio of vaccines to battle Covid-19. Breton was requested at Wednesday’s press briefing in Brussels whether or not the EU ought to add Sputnik… Continue reading ‘Russians are pretty good scientists’: EU inner market chief says he has ‘no reason’ to doubt Sputnik V vaccine

Iran’s supreme chief licensed infowar marketing campaign throughout US election

Mar 16, 2021 Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei seemingly accredited Tehran’s effort to sway the 2020 presidential election within the United States, in response to “high-confidence” US intelligence report launched in the present day. Tehran’s “multi-pronged” disinformation marketing campaign sought to undercut the reelection of President Donald Trump largely through social media, in response to the report compiled by… Continue reading Iran’s supreme chief licensed infowar marketing campaign throughout US election

Taliban agrees to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Senior members of the Taliban will attend talks with the Kabul government in Moscow this week to discuss the future of war-ravaged Afghanistan, the insurgent group said Monday. The two sides are due to meet at Russia’s invitation ahead of a May deadline for US President Joe Biden to decide whether to end the two-decade… Continue reading Taliban agrees to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

NATO chief expresses ‘serious concerns’ over Turkey’s new alliance

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday he has “serious concerns” over actions by member state Turkey but insisted the alliance was an important platform for resolving disputes involving Ankara. “I have expressed my serious concerns and we all know there are serious differences and some issues, ranging from the eastern Mediterranean, the Turkish decision… Continue reading NATO chief expresses ‘serious concerns’ over Turkey’s new alliance

Growing significance of Asia Pacific in international politics

The Asia Pacific is part of the world located in the western Pacific Ocean. It includes regions of East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and region of Oceania. It also consists of some areas of the North Atlantic, for example, Russia and the countries in America which lies on the bank of the Eastern… Continue reading Growing significance of Asia Pacific in international politics

A rigged contest? Row in Belarus as embattled President takes lead in novice ski race… after rival falls over 3 times (VIDEO)

A spokeswoman for Belarus’ embattled chief Alexander Lukashenko has been compelled to disclaim he was handed a victory in a snowboarding competitors after footage circulated on-line that appeared to indicate his opponent intentionally falling over. The clip rapidly gained traction on-line, with customers alleging that the guy skier had intentionally hit the bottom with the… Continue reading A rigged contest? Row in Belarus as embattled President takes lead in novice ski race… after rival falls over 3 times (VIDEO)