Shoigu’s deputy is detained for corruption

The Deputy Minister of Defence of Russia, Timur Ivanov, was detained for corruption, he is suspected of taking bribes in particularly large amounts, the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation announced.

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Presidential decree on demand and protection of Russian property abroad

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has signed a decree to allocate funds for the legal protection of real estate of the Russian Federation abroad, including those of the Russian Empire and the USSR. At the same time, funds are also allocated for the search for Russian properties…

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Grim statistics! Alcoholism has once again conquered Russia

For the first time in more than a decade, in 2022, the number of registered alcoholics increased in Russia, according to data published in Rosstat’s 2023 Health Compendium.

Even the official statistics report an increase: in the period from 2010 to 2021, the number of newly diagnosed cases…

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Nizhny Novgorod sect named after Putin today

The Nizhny Novgorod sect named after Putin thundered at the beginning of the president’s second term in the mid-2000s. A certain Mother Photinia announced that in a past life she was the Apostle Paul, and began to pray with the adherents at the “myrrh-streaming” icon with his image….

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A Russian delegation will go to Skopje

The Russian delegation will participate in a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OSCE in Skopje, after Bulgaria, as promised to North Macedonia, opened the airspace for the Russian Federation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, quoted by TASS and BTA.

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La primera sentencia de prisión por oponerse a la guerra por motivos religiosos se dictó en Rusia – europeantimes.news

Un cristiano ortodoxo ruso de 63 años se convirtió en la primera persona en ser sentenciada a prisión por expresar su oposición a la guerra de Rusia en Ucrania en términos religiosos. Mikhail Simonov está acusado de difundir “información falsa” sobre las fuerzas armadas rusas basándose en “política…

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