With days to go before Russia’s presidential election, Vladimir Putin has barely campaigned for a victory that’s all but assured. Even in Crimea, the peninsula he seized to the joy of many Russians, Putin spent only a few minutes at a rally this week to thank supporters who waited hours to see him.
Western powers are showing growing exasperation and anger at Russia’s Vladimir Putin with a new round of U.S. sanctions and condemnations over hacking, a nerve-agent attack in England and the carnage from the regime he backs in Syria.
AS TENSIONS rise in Britain’s stand-off with Russia, we should remind ourselves that President Vladimir Putin and his henchmen like to talk a tough game but aren’t as powerful as they think they are.
A new U.N. report sheds light on the gruesome treatment of women.
Assuming mankind finds a way not to destroy itself in the near future and assuming that there will still be historians in the 22nd or 23rd centuries, I bet you that they will look at the AngloZionist Empire and see the four following characteristics as some of its core features: lies, willful ignorance, hypocrisy, and hysterics.
Turkish shelling of the Syrian town of Afrin overnight has killed at least 18 civilians, Kurdish forces and a war monitor have said. The Turkish army and allied forces have encircled the Kurdish-controlled town and are attempting to storm it from the north, YPG miltia spokesperson Brusk Hasakeh said. More follows…
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the Russian military and the Syrian government are extending a cease-fire in Damascus' rebel-held suburbs as long as it
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PRIME Minister Theresa May has expelled 23 Russian diplomats from the UK as the probe into the Russian spy poisoning on British soil continues. While we often hear about the work of diplomats, many…
Tens of thousands of terrified men, women and children streamed out on foot and in pick-up trucks Thursday from besieged enclaves on two fronts, fleeing bombings from the Syrian military near Damascus and Turkish troops in the country’s north.