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Putin destroys Navalny because of Kremlin revenge

Putin destroys Navalny because of Kremlin revenge

A court in the town of Khimki (Moscow Region) arrested Alexei Navalny, who was put on the wanted list at the end of December and detained at Sheremetyevo airport on January 17, for 30 days. This was reported by TASS, citing the lawyer Vadim Kobzev. “The Khimki court decided that Navalny will be in custody until February 15,” the lawyer ...

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Russia Must Not Influence NATO Enlargement, Stoltenberg Says

Russia Must Not Influence NATO Enlargement, Stoltenberg Says

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg believes that Russia should not influence the accession of any country to the North Atlantic Alliance, as these are sovereign states. “The issue of NATO membership is directly related to the candidate country itself and NATO, Russia has no right to interfere in the processor block it,” Stoltenberg said at a Paris Institute for International Relations ...

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Trump has no plans to pardon Assange, media reported

Trump has no plans to pardon Assange, media reported

U.S. President Donald Trump has no plans to pardon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to the Fox News TV channel. According to the channel, Trump intends to pardon from 50 to 100 people before the expiration of his presidential term. It is noted that a meeting was held at the White House on Sunday to agree on a final list ...

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Media: A baby with antibodies to COVID-19 was born in Bulgaria

Media: A baby with antibodies to COVID-19 was born in Bulgaria

A woman in Bulgaria gave birth to a baby with antibodies to COVID-19, reports Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). The 28-year-old Pazardzhik resident was reportedly hospitalized with a high fever and cough during her pregnancy. She was diagnosed with a coronavirus infection. Doctors decided to perform a cesarean section because the virus had caused changes in the placenta and slowed the ...

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Russia expels two employees of the Dutch Embassy in Moscow

Russia expels two employees of the Dutch Embassy in Moscow

Russia expels two employees of the Dutch Embassy in Moscow in response to the announcement of two Russian diplomats by the Dutch side as persona non grata last December for alleged activities “incompatible with their diplomatic status. This was announced on the site of the Foreign Ministry. It is noted that on Monday, January 18, Charge d’Affaires of the Kingdom ...

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American businessman sentenced in Iran to 10 years in prison for espionage

American businessman sentenced in Iran to 10 years in prison for espionage

According to an NBC source, Emad Shargi was sentenced without any trial American businessman Emad Shargi is accused by Iranian authorities of espionage and sentenced to 10 years in prison. NBC reported this on Sunday night, citing a statement by a friend of Sharghi’s family. The report noted that such actions by Iranian authorities could complicate diplomatic efforts by the ...

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The Armenian parliament refused to discuss the issue of the legitimacy of the statement on Karabakh

A trilateral statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan

The issue of including this topic in the agenda was initiated by the opposition faction “Enlightened Armenia “The Armenian parliament at Monday’s session refused to include in the agenda the issue of the legality and compliance with Armenian laws of the November 9 trilateral statement of the leaders of Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan on Nagorno-Karabakh. The legislative session was broadcast ...

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Earthquake death toll in Indonesia nears 80

Earthquake death toll in Indonesia nears 80

Rescuers continue the search for people under the rubble Indonesian rescuers continue to search for people under the rubble of buildings after Friday’s massive earthquake on the island of Sulawesi killed at least 78 people. More than 800 people were injured. Thousands more were left homeless. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake with an epicenter 36 kilometers south of the Mamuju district ...

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Japan’s Prime Minister says it is necessary to resolve the issue of the southern part of the Kuril Islands

Japan's Prime Minister says it is necessary to resolve the issue of the southern part of the Kuril Islands

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said that the government insists on a final solution to the issue of the southern Kuril Islands. The Prime Minister stressed in his opening speech at the opening session of parliament: “The issue of the Northern Territories (as the South Kurils are called in Japan) should not be handed over to future generations it is ...

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Amnesty International recognizes Navalny as a prisoner of conscience

In December, Navalny was put on the wanted list and intended to be detained for "violating his probation.

Human rights activists demanded the immediate release of the Russian opposition leader detained shortly after his arrival from Germany Amnesty International has demanded that Russian authorities immediately and unconditionally release Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, who was detained a few minutes after arriving at Sheremetyevo Airport from Berlin. Navalny had been in the German capital after being poisoned in Siberia in ...

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