Big news for Russia: "Ukrainian forces are defeated - cleansing is over"

"The fighters have moved on to the next phase - a more thorough random check of individual facilities," Kadyrov wrote on the Telegram, RIA Novosti reports.
He added that Ukrainian forces in the city were defeated, and that Russian troops were in control of the situation.

Law against digital disinformation submitted to parliament

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) have submitted a draft bill to parliament against digital disinformation that stipulates a prison sentence of up to three years against those who knowingly disseminate misleading information via social media.

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According to him, the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to conduct a special military operation on Ukrainian territory managed to prevent a huge tragedy.
He asked on the Telegram how else can it be explained that Washington made all decisions on the delivery of weapons to Ukraine in January, before the start of the Russian military operation, RIA Novosti reports.

Russia threatened Japan

This threat is just a continuation of the conflict between Moscow and Tokyo. Moscow is furious that Japan has given unequivocal support to Ukraine and is getting closer to NATO member states. Russia and Japan, in fact, have had unresolved relations since the end of World War II because of the islands that were then occupied by Soviet forces.

Auto supplier Continental resumes Russia production

German auto supplier Continental said yesterday it had restarted production in Russia after local employees were threatened with "severe criminal consequences" if the company refused to serve local demand.

Continental had announced it would pause production and cease trading with Russia at the beginning of March, just over a week after the start of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

Promise: "We will leave NATO"

"If I am elected president of France, I will pull France out of NATO," she said.
Le Pen said that the decision refers only to the military alliance, and that France will remain a member of the European Union.
"That (exiting the EU) is not my goal. At the same time, I want the evolution of that European structure," she said.

Montenegro’s Divided Govt Finally Silences Russian Media

Montenegrin government session in Podgorica. Photo: Government of Montenegro

The government adopted the measures on Friday, more than five weeks after it joined EU sanctions on Moscow on March 1.

Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic said the move covers a wide package of restrictions on Russian officials, banks, companies and media.