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Russia's military-industrial complex in panic over low salaries, mass layoffs

Employees at Russian military-industrial complex complain about extremely low wages and mass layoffs, pointing out that for a long time indexation was not carried out at all.

  Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, conducts a service on Orthodox Christma

EU targets Russian Patriarch Kirill in new round of proposed sanctions

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is expected to spell out the proposed new sanctions on Wednesday, which will include a ban on imports of Russian oil by the end of the year.

By REUTERS
03/05/2022

Russia-Ukraine war: EU set to shun Russian oil

Kyiv says Russia's energy exports to Europe, so far largely exempt from international sanctions, are funding the Kremlin's war effort with millions of euros every day.

By REUTERS
03/05/2022

IRGC terror designation should not prevent Iran nuclear deal - opinion

Through a simple process of elimination, it is clear that a restoration of the nuclear deal is the best of the bad options for both the US and Israel.

By CHUCK FREILICH , YAIR GOLAN
28/04/2022

Russia sees its oil output falling by up to 17% in 2022

Russian oil output started to decline in March and had fallen by around 7.5% by mid-April.

By REUTERS
27/04/2022

Lithuania urges EU to sanction Russian Patriarch Kirill over Ukraine war

Many Lithuanian Orthodox Christians are considering succession from the Moscow Patriarchate.

Mark Zuckerberg, VP Harris among latest sanctioned by Russia

Earlier in March, Russia's foreign ministry announced it has imposed sanctions on US President Joe Biden and 12 other Americans, as well as EU commissioners, MEPs and journalists.

A sign at Dachau Concentration Camp reading "Never Again"

Germany needs to do more for Ukraine to implement 'never again' - opinion

Germany understands the evil of its role in the Holocaust, but it is also blocking sanction against Russia.

By VICTOR PINCHUK
20/04/2022

Russia learning from past logistics, supply issues, but problems persist - US officials

"It appears as if they are trying to learn from those [logistics] mistakes," said Defense Department Press Secretary John Kirby.

Vladimir Putin: Economic sanctions hurt West more than Russia

Russian inflation, economy "stabilizing" • Bulgarian embassy staff expelled from Moscow

By REUTERS
18/04/2022
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