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Putin Is Very Pissed Off at YouTube for Not Censoring "Illegal Mass Events"

The Kremlin is demanding that Google, which owns YouTube, do the government's dirty work and censor videos of protests in Moscow.
Tim Marcin
8.12.19
explosions

VIDEO: A Russian Military Depot With 40,000 Artillery Shells Just Violently Exploded

A state of emergency has been declared in the city of Achinsk
Emma Ockerman
8.6.19
mueller report

Everything the Mueller report says about the infamous, probably nonexistent "pee tape"

As it turns out, it's still "unverified."
Emma Ockerman
4.18.19
venezuela

Russia is sending troops and military equipment to Venezuela

Moscow is a key ally of the regime of President Nicola Maduro, who has come under increasing pressure from Washington and European states to step down
Paul Vale
3.25.19
russia

Russia says ex-U.S. Marine charged with spying held a flash drive of state secrets

“How he got it, what he was supposed to do with it, and whether [he] knew that he had secret information is unknown,” his lawyer said.
Tim Hume
1.22.19
space telescopes

Russia Has Lost Control of Its Only Space Telescope

Mission leads are trying to reestablish contact with the Spektr-R satellite, which carries a 10-meter wide radio dish.
Becky Ferreira
1.14.19
russia probe

Read the new charges against Michael Cohen

Gabrielle Bluestone
11.29.18
VICE News

A Russian-built anti-missile defense system shot down a Russian plane over Syria

“We regard the provocative actions of Israel as hostile.”
David Gilbert
9.18.18
Motherboard

The International Space Station Just Sprung a Leak

The puncture may have been caused by a micrometeorite.
Becky Ferreira
8.30.18
russia

Russia’s ‘Batshit Crazy’ New Super-Weapons Are Mostly Hype

The power of the Kremlin's new supersonic and atomic missiles are exaggerated, experts say.
David Axe
7.23.18
russia

Telegram wouldn’t give the Kremlin access to its messages. So Russia blocked it.

A Moscow court took just 18 minutes to deliver its verdict.
David Gilbert
4.13.18
Music

From Moscow with Flow: How Rap Became Russia's Most Important Genre

Relying on DIY methods and a "fuck the major labels" attitude, homegrown rappers are bringing a fresh, global sound to the Russian underground.
Johann Voigt
3.22.18
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