Vladimir Putin

At Least 93 Dead after the Terrorirst Attack in Russia: 11 Individuals Apprehended

Following the tragic attack at Crocus City Hall near Moscow, the Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia has informed President Vladimir Putin of the apprehension of 11 individuals, including the four assailants directly responsible for the terrorist act. The Kremlin press service relayed the update, underscoring the ongoing efforts to identify and apprehend accomplices.

Bulgarian Authorities Knew They Were Helping Putin Against Ukraine With “TurkStream”

The ruling party, led by GERB, knowingly approved the passage of the "TurkStream" gas pipeline through Bulgaria, according to recent revelations from a press conference involving various media and non-media entities conducting an investigation into the matter.

Kremlin says Russia in a 'state of war' in Ukraine

The Kremlin said Friday it is in a "state of war" in Ukraine, escalating the official language it uses to describe the conflict, now in its third year.

Russia has presented its offensive on Ukraine as a "special military operation," banned media outlets from using the word "war" and prosecuted anti-offensive campaigners for using the word to describe Russia's military actions.

Macron Sports Boxing Gloves for Photo Op, Echoing Political Posturing

French President Emmanuel Macron has taken a punch at a new trend in political image-making, donning boxing gloves for a photo shoot captured and shared on the photographer's official Instagram profile. The move underscores a shift in the portrayal of politicians, moving away from traditional exercises like jogging to more aggressive pursuits such as boxing, noted AFP.

Dacic: Serbia-Russia bilateral relations on high level

MOSCOW - Despite numerous challenges, Serbia-Russia bilateral relations are on a high level, Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic said at the beginning of a meeting with Russian top diplomat Sergey Lavrov in Moscow on Thursday.

The one-hour meeting, which continued behind closed doors, addressed a wide range of bilateral political and economic cooperation.

Fear or trust?

Who fears and trusts the United States? This crucial question is being asked at this time, not by opponents of the US, but by some of the people who held very important positions in Washington. Congress has frozen the process of approving military aid to Ukraine.

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