Dead or Alive
Closeted Putin pushes homophobia, anti-liberalism, and hate.
Ukraine's State Emergency Services said at least 11 people have been killed and more than 60 wounded in Russian missile strikes on several Ukrainian cities Monday.
Mentally unhinged Pavel Gubarev explains his logic for murdering millions of Ukrainians.
Hey everyone, and welcome to yet another update on what is going on in Russia right now. In today's video we'll cover the "new Russian territories" that "joined" Russia after the so-called referendums in Ukraine, as well as cover the situation with Russians leaving and how people are turning to more violent means of protesting against the government. I feel like Russia is in complete chaos right now, and it's taking a heavy toll on how I feel these days. Hopefully you enjoy this video and subscribe for more!
On 6 March, huge anti-war demonstrations across Russia saw more than 5,000 protesters arrested. 29 were taken to Moscow's Brateyevo Police Station for questioning.
Russian journalist Yevgenia Albats discusses why she fled Russia and Putin's move to call-up citizens to fight in Ukraine.
Hello all. I have addressed to the President Putin and those who fleeing Russia, including Buryat, Tuva, and Kalmyk Mongols. I also have appealed to the troops being mobilized, the people of Ukraine, and the President Zelensky. In addition, I attached the written form in English and Mongolian.
Guardian correspondent Luke Harding chronicles the key historical events that led to the invasion of Ukraine, from the Euromaidan protests to the annexation of Crimea, and explains why Putin's belief that Russians and Ukrainians are 'one people' is rooted in history from a thousand years ago.
I deep cartoon provokes thought about the cause of orcness.
There is no trusting relationship between Russia and the EU. Consequently, Russians will no longer have access to a privileged visa regime.
Moscow's former chief rabbi discusses anti-Semitism, morality and red line between democracy and authoritarianism in Vladimir Putin's Russia. Pinchas Goldschmidt spoke with Tim Sebastian from Berlin.
While their parents publicly rail against the West, Kremlin-connected children grew up in the countries their parents denounce.