Russia: At least 51 people killed in Siberian coal mine blast

Europe 11/26/21, 15:39

A Siberian coal mine explosion killed at least 51 people in Russia on Thursday, Nov. 25. According to Russian officials, miners and rescue personnel were killed 820 feet deep in the Listvyazhnaya mine site in the Kemerovo area. When the explosion occurred in the Listvyazhnaya mine early on Thursday morning, smoke immediately ...

Tension in Eastern Europe: US and UK step into dispute with Russia

D.C. 11/15/21, 18:10

The tension between Russia and the West reached a new point this Monday, Nov. 15, as the United Kingdom announced it was ready to send troops to defend Ukraine from a possible Russian invasion. Also, Poland received U.S. support in its conflict against Belarus, and the European Union extended economic ...

Russia joins 35 other countries that ban abortion

Europe 11/04/21, 15:43

Russia recognized the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Women's Health and Protection of the Family that rejects abortion and upholds the "inherent right to life" on Nov. 3. Russian representatives joined 35 other signatory nations in marking one year since the declaration was first signed in Geneva, Switzerland. Brazil Minister of Women, Family ...

Putin self isolates after COVID-19 infects president’s inner circle

Europe 09/14/21, 18:25

Several members of Vladimir Putin's entourage contracted COVID-19, prompting the Russian president to go into self quarantine on Sept. 14. The Kremlin confirmed Putin was fully vaccinated with Sputnik V, uninfected, and in good health. "It is a natural experiment, let us see how Sputnik V works in practice," he said according ...

Joe Biden’s Energy Advisor Collaborated with Kremlin on Nuclear Issues

U.S. 07/15/20, 18:54

Researchers have revealed Ex-President Barack Obama's Vice-President Joe Biden, who was Obama's energy adviser, worked closely with Russia's nuclear agenda and tried to hide it. The revelation comes as part of a series of strong allegations against the Democratic presidential candidate that could impact his campaign ahead of November's election. In an ...

Russian space agency bemoans head’s canceled US trip

Politics 01/06/19, 09:22

Russia's space agency is complaining that the invitation for its head to visit the U.S. has been cancelled without informing the organization. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told The Washington Post in a story Saturday that he has rescinded the invitation to Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin after several senators raised complaints. Rogozin is ...

US negotiating possible resolution in Russian agent case

Politics 11/16/18, 13:37

New court papers reveal that a woman accused of being a Russian agent is in negotiations with federal prosecutors about a "potential resolution" to her case. Lawyers for Maria Butina and federal prosecutors in Washington made the disclosure in a joint filing Friday. It's the first acknowledgement that the 30-year-old gun-rights ...

Roger Stone presents himself as WikiLeaks insider in emails

Politics 11/01/18, 20:30

Newly released emails from the 2016 presidential campaign appear to show political operative Roger Stone presenting himself as a WikiLeaks insider to Steve Bannon, who was at the heart of then-candidate Donald Trump's run for president. The emails, which were published Thursday by The New York Times, touch on a central ...

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