Russia has Condemned the US Decision to send Additional Troops to Europe

Russia has condemned the US decision to send additional troops to Europe in support of NATO allies.

Washington's decision is a "destructive and unjustified step" and will only increase tensions in the region, said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko.

The United States has offered Russia an Exchange of Information on Missiles

Big Tech Has Engineered the Triumph of Click-Bait in Media

What has changed is both how journalism makes money, and how articles are produced and shared.

Facebook. Photo: Unsplash

In the Balkans, where Facebook is the most-used social network, this tech giant, along with Google, have become a kind of landlord, renting out space to journalists.

Prominent Belgrade journalist Dusan Masic passed away

It is unknown at this time what caused the BBC journalist's death.
Masic started working as a journalist in 1989, at the then Youth Radio B92. From an associate journalist, through an assembly reporter and a war reporter, in the mid-1990s he became one of the recognizable voices of B92 and the editor of the B92 Radio news program.

US: Winter Olympics likely to Impact Putin's Military Planning in Ukraine

Ahead of the Winter Olympics that is set to begin on February 4 in Beijing, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on Wednesday (local time) suggested that the Olympics could affect Russian President Vladimir Putin's calculations over a possible invasion of Ukraine.