Ukraine is just the beginning? Check out the Balkans and guess who's next

The sufferings of the USSR empire continue thirty years after the USSR itself ceased to exist. And, as stated, it will not be the last.
The end of the Cold War killed the Soviet Union, which first lost its parts in Eastern Europe and then disintegrated into 15 independent states.

‘Spying’ Russian Journalist Rejected by Kosovo Back in Serbia

The Russian embassy in Belgrade confirmed on Sunday that Russian journalist Daria Aslamova "is safe and located in central Serbia" after she was detained a day earlier while trying to cross the border from Serbia into Kosovo. The embassy claimed her detention was groundless.

Kosovo Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla on Sunday banned the entry of Aslamova as a "confirmed spy".

Russian musician turns to east after war broke out

Russian songs resonate throughout the streets in the Central Anatolian province of Eskişehir as 24-year-old Ivan Reznichenko plays his guitar to earn his daily bread.

He was paying a visit to a friend in Turkey's southwestern resort town of Bodrum when Russian troops entered into Ukrainian territories on Feb. 24.