Mikhail Khodarenok, a Soviet-era colonel, told a panel show "the whole world is against us, even if we don’t want to admit it”.
McDonalds first entered Russia's market after the collapse of the USSR and has 850 stores. Now it's all for sale as the company says staying in the country would go against its “values”.
Grassroots activists organising aid for Ukraine told VICE World News they could have ordered 150 bulletproof vests with the amount it cost to police the protest.
As the war in Ukraine has unfolded, Russian sta has been bombarding people with alarming statements that have shocked – but not surprised – media experts.
And showing infographics of how Russian nuclear weapons could "sink" Britain "once and for all".
“We’re all going to die someday,” said Margarita Simonyan, editor in chief of RT, while TV anchor Vladimir Solovyov added that at least “we will go to heaven.”
“There is no proven defence against nuclear attack. All we can do is pray. Good morning.”
“I genuinely believe this is a dumb FSB officer being told to get 3 SIMs," said Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins.
Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers are hiding underground in the vast steel plant in Mariupol. Russia is blockading it so tightly "that a fly can't get through" as a final battle looms.
The video sees dancers dressed as nurses forming a "Z" shape and singing a bland message of Russian patriotism as the war intensifies in the east of Ukraine.
The video uses the broadcaster's logo to disseminate fake claims that Ukraine was behind the deadly attack on Kramatorsk station.
The hotel chain changed the branding of its "Freedom Cafe" in East London, after a local anarchist group complained that it ripped them off.