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  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Putin Critic Navalny To Be Buried In Moscow Amid Tight Security Today - NDTV
    Russian President Vladimir Putin's most vociferous critic Alexei Navalny was died on 16 February.Moscow: Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny will be buried in Moscow later on Friday amid tight security and fears of a police crackdown two weeks after he suddenly died at the age of 47 in an Arctic penal colony.Navalny's allies - who have promised to livestream the day's events online - have accused President Vladimir Putin of having him murdered because the Russian leader could allegedly not tolerate the thought of Navalny being freed in a potential prisoner swap.They have not published proof to back up that ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 737 - The Guardian
    Ukraine’s military said on Thursday it had shot down three more Russian Su-34 fighter-bombers, continuing a string of successes. On Telegram, army chief Oleksandr Syrskyi said: “After successful combat operations against an enemy aircraft in the night on Feb 29, two more Russian aircraft were destroyed: Su-34 fighter-bombers in the Avdiivka and Mariupol sectors.” Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from the village of Orlivka, west of Avdiivka, but the situation on the eastern front remains difficult, Syrskyi has said. Orlivka is less than 2km north-west of Lastochkyne, which was recently occupied by Russian forces. Syrskyi said the Russian ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Thursday, February 29. Russia’s War On Ukraine: News And Information From Ukraine - Forbes
    Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky gestures as he addresses the audience during a joint press ... [+] conference with Albania's Prime Minister, as part of the "UkraineSoutheast Europe Summit" in Tirana on February 28, 2024. Zelensky met with Balkan leaders in Albania on February 28, 2024, seeking to keep support and weapons flowing to Kyiv as Russia makes gains on the battlefield two years after invading its neighbour. (Photo by Adnan Beci / AFP) (Photo by ADNAN BECI/AFP via Getty Images)AFP via Getty ImagesDispatches from Ukraine. Day 735Sumy region. Russian shelling[1] of the Knotyn district on February 27 killed two policemen ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Alexei Navalny to be buried in Moscow amid uncertainty, tight security - Yahoo! Voices
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny[1] will be buried in Moscow later on Friday amid tight security and fears of a police crackdown two weeks after he suddenly died at the age of 47 in an Arctic penal colony.Navalny's allies - who have promised to livestream the day's events online - have accused President Vladimir Putin[2] of having him murdered because the Russian leader could allegedly not tolerate the thought of Navalny being freed in a potential prisoner swap.They have not published proof to back up that accusation, but have promised to set out how he was murdered ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Alexei Navalny to be buried in Moscow amid uncertainty, tight security - Reuters
    MOSCOW, March 1 (Reuters) - Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny will be buried in Moscow later on Friday amid tight security and fears of a police crackdown two weeks after he suddenly died at the age of 47 in an Arctic penal colony.Navalny's allies - who have promised to livestream the day's events online - have accused President Vladimir Putin of having him murdered because the Russian leader could allegedly not tolerate the thought of Navalny being freed in a potential prisoner swap.They have not published proof to back up that accusation, but have promised to set out how he ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    The Su-34 Is Russia's Best Precision Bomber, And Ukraine's Top Target - Forbes
    A Russian air force Su-34.Wikimedia CommonsThe Ukrainian defense ministry claimed[1] its forces shot down three Russian air force Sukhoi Su-34 fighter-bombers on Thursday, extending an unprecedented streak of aerial kills that allegedly has cost the Russians 13 warplanes in 11 days: 10 Su-34s, a pair of Sukhoi Su-35 fighters and a rare Beriev A-50 radar plane.The single-seat, supersonic Su-35s are the Russian air force’s newest active fighters, but the twin-seat, supersonic Su-34s are much more important to the Russian war effort. And the loss of so many Su-34s, so fast, is a big problem for the Kremlin.After losing 25 Su-34s ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Sweden joining NATO is a 'self-inflicted wound' by Putin, says local expert - GBH News
    Two years ago, Russia launched its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Two months later, Sweden and Finland abandoned their neutral global positioning and made the formal request to become members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO.In an effort to present a united front and stand against Russian President Vladimir Putin, the two countries made their case to the international military alliance. Finland was admitted last year, but Sweden has been blocked by the more Kremlin-friendly Turkey and Hungary.[1][2]Turkey eventually agreed to Sweden’s accession in January, leaving Hungary as the final holdout. But earlier this week, Sweden finally crossed the ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Moscow Using Transnistria and Gagauzia to Pressure Moldova, Ukraine, and the West - Jamestown - The Jamestown Foundation
    (Source: Emerging Europe)Executive Summary:Moscow has long exploited its influence in Transnistria and Gagauzia to pressure Moldova not to turn away from Russia and join Western institutions such as the European Union.The Kremlin is once again using these restive Moldovan regions by raising the specter that Moscow might recognize or even annex Transnistria and establish a land bridge with southwestern Ukraine.Russian propaganda in  Transnistria and Gagauzia seeks to highlight the West’s inability to respond effectively—a signal intended for other countries in the region. Since the demise of the Soviet Union, Moscow has repeatedly used its influence in the breakaway Transnistria Republic and ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Putin warns the West risks nuclear war with Russia if NATO troops go to Ukraine - NPR
    Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual state of the nation address at the Gostiny Dvor conference center in central Moscow on Thursday. Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual state of the nation address at the Gostiny Dvor conference center in central Moscow on Thursday. Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his annual state of the nation address on Thursday — issuing explicit nuclear threats to the West even as he assured Russians their country could both emerge victorious ...
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
    Bowing to Putin's nuclear blackmail will make nuclear war more likely - Atlantic Council
    Russia could respond with nuclear weapons if the West sends troops to Ukraine, Vladimir Putin has warned. In his annual State of the Nation address on February 29, the Russian dictator said[1] any attempt to deploy Western troops in Ukraine “threatens a conflict with nuclear weapons and the destruction of civilization.”This was the latest and most explicit in a series of nuclear threats made by Putin since he first ordered the full-scale invasion of Ukraine just over two years ago. When announcing[2] the invasion, Putin warned against any Western intervention with promises of consequences “such as you have never seen ...

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