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  • Russia orders mass evacuation in flooded city of Orenburg

    04/12/2024 12:18:01 PM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 20 replies
    Australian Broadcasting ^ | 4/12/2024 | Staff
    Tens of thousands of residents in the Russian city of Orenburg and neighbouring Kazakhstan have been told to evacuate immediately as flood waters inundate homes. -snip- Orenburg is home to half a million people, and the city's mayor Sergei Salmin said the situation was extremely dangerous. "Over the last 10 hours, the water level in the Ural River has risen by 40cm … these levels are dangerous," he wrote on the Telegram messenger app. He called on residents to gather essential items and to abandon their homes. Emergency workers said water levels in the Ural River were more than two...
  • It’s Official: Tucker Carlson is an Antisemite

    04/10/2024 11:00:34 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 189 replies
    Israel365News ^ | 4/10/2024 | Elie Mischel
    Welcome to the club, Tucker. It won’t end well for you. What do Tucker Carlson, the isolationist conservative pundit, and Elizabeth Warren, the woke progressive senator of Massachusetts, share in common? Not much, other than their sickening slander of Israel, America’s only democratic ally in the Middle East. -snip- Yesterday, in an interview on X (formerly Twitter) that already has over 7 million views, Tucker Carlson gave a platform to Pastor Munther Isaac, the conference director of Christ and the Checkpoint, a well-known anti-Israel propagandist forum in Bethlehem that seeks to undermine Evangelical Christian support for Israel. Christ and the...
  • Former CIA chief: Trump ‘was not qualified at the time, and he is not qualified today’

    04/10/2024 11:14:42 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 91 replies
    The Hill ^ | 04/10/2024 | TARA SUTER
    Former CIA Director John Brennan criticized former President Trump in an interview with a Belgian state broadcaster published Sunday, saying Trump isn’t qualified to handle national security matters. “I think he didn’t believe what we were telling him,” Brennan said in the interview with RTBF, referring to a meeting on national security he had with Trump before his inauguration in 2017. “And he was especially trying to find out how we knew what we knew about Russian interference in the election,” Brennan continued. “According to me, he was not qualified at the time, and he is not qualified today. We...
  • Vladimir Putin faces furious backlash as flood-hit Russians turn anger towards officials

    04/09/2024 3:32:11 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 66 replies
    Express UK ^ | 4/9/2024 | Aditi Rane
    Russians left homeless following floods have directed their frustration towards President Vladimir Putin and local officials. Over a hundred individuals sought aid from Putin on Monday after the city or Orsk was struck with the worst flooding ever recorded, expressing their discontent with local authorities whom they accuse of insufficient assistance. An emergency was declared in the Orenburg region near Kazakhstan, as the Ural River, Europe’s third longest, surged several meters in mere hours last Friday, breaching a dam embankment in the city. Large portions of Orsk, situated 1,800 km east of Moscow with a population of 230,000, now lie...
  • Russia Forced to Cannibalize Air Defenses to Make Satan-II Missiles—Report (from March)

    04/05/2024 1:18:16 PM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 37 replies
    Newsweek ^ | 3/1/2024 | Isabel van Brugen
    Russia is having to use electronic parts meant for its air defense systems to manufacture its Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) due to shortages caused by sanctions imposed over the war in Ukraine, according to a local report. -snip- "Sources of VChK-OGPU say that today the Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant is experiencing a serious shortage of electronic components...for the production of strategic missiles," the channel said. "The electronics of the new RS-28 (Sarmat) missile system are largely of foreign origin and, due to sanctions, are experiencing a serious shortage. Now all efforts are being made to somehow correct the situation with...
  • Ukraine gives award to foreign vigilantes for hacks on Russia

    04/04/2024 12:17:16 AM PDT · by UMCRevMom@aol.com · 102 replies
    BBC ^ | 4-3-2024 | Staff
    A team of vigilante hackers carrying out cyber-attacks against Russia has been sent awards of gratitude by Ukraine's military. The team, One Fist*, has stolen data from Russian military firms and hacked cameras to spy on troops. The certificates are a controversial sign of how modern warfare is shifting. [excerpt] *One Fist is made up of hackers from eight different countries including the UK, US and Poland.
  • Dramatic video appearing to show a flaming Russian Su-27 jet crashing into the Black Sea shot down by own side, Ukraine says

    03/30/2024 4:26:16 PM PDT · by Apparatchik · 22 replies
    Business Insider via MSN ^ | 30 March 2024 | Cameron Manle
    Russian Armed Forces appear to have downed their own Su-27 fighter jet over occupied Crimea. A Ukrainian spokesperson said human error was to blame for the Russian blunder. Russia's aviation losses have been growing significantly in 2024.
  • Blundering Belarus dictator Lukashenko destroys Putin's evidence that Zelensky was behind ISIS attack by revealing the terrorists first tried to flee to HIS country, not Ukraine

    03/26/2024 10:06:07 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 46 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 3/26/2024 | Perkin Amalaraj
    Belarus' strongman dictator Alexander Lukashenko has seemingly undermined Russia's claims that Ukraine was behind the deadly Moscow massacre, after revealing the four terrorists tried fleeing to Belarus, not Ukraine.
  • Ukrainian Drones Hit Russia's Syzran Oil Refinery, Regional Governor Says

    03/16/2024 12:20:49 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 63 replies
    Times of India ^ | 3/16/2024 | Reuters
    The governor of Russia's Samara region said on Saturday that Ukrainian drones had struck two Rosneft oil refineries in the region, causing no casualties but leaving one facility on fire. Governor Dmitry Azarov said in a statement posted on the Telegram messaging app that the Volga river region's Syzran refinery was on fire, but that an attack on the Novokubyshev refinery had been thwarted. He said workers at both plants had been evacuated, and that there were no casualties. Unverified footage published online showed what appeared to be a major fire at the Syzran refinery, with emergency services working at...
  • Putin casts his vote online in Russian presidential election

    03/15/2024 11:55:43 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 63 replies
    APA ^ | 3/15/2024 | Staff
    The incumbent Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, who is vying for the country’s top office as an independent candidate, has cast his electronic vote in the presidential election, APA reports quoting TASS. The published video footage shows Putin walking to a computer in his office, casting his vote and then smiling and waving at the camera. The computer monitor displayed a standard notification for a successfully cast vote.
  • Anti-Putin Russian fighters 'cross over from Ukraine and force thousands to evacuate border region'

    03/15/2024 6:50:29 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 11 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 3/15/2024 | Will Stewart
    Voting for Russia's presidential elections was disrupted today in the border region Belgorod amid new shelling and incursions of anti-Kremlin Russian groups from Ukraine that forced 'thousands' of people to evacuate. Polling was suspended in Belgorod city after it came under artillery fire, with clips circulated by Russian news channels on the Telegram messaging app showing trucks and cars blown to pieces by the shelling. Election officials were seen wearing bulletproof gear as they monitored voting on the first day of a three-day election expected to return Putin by a landslide. Meanwhile, footage appears to show anti-Putin pro-Ukrainian partisan paramilitary...
  • Russia is eyeing big tax hikes after this month's election to pay for the war in Ukraine

    03/15/2024 7:17:44 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 36 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 3/11/2024 | Yuheng Zhan
    Vladimir Putin could raise taxes after the presidential election this month to keep the money flowing to pay for the country's war in Ukraine. Bloomberg reported on Monday that the Kremlin is considering dipping into the pockets of high-earning Russians and corporations, as the government plans to hike taxes by as much as 4 trillion rubles ($44 billion). Sources said that the hikes could be finalized this summer. Under the plan, the government would raise personal income tax from 15% to 20% for those earning over 5 million rubles (roughly $55k USD) and from 13% to 15% for those making...
  • Putin's Nightmare Election Week

    03/13/2024 4:44:56 AM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 6 replies
    Newsweek ^ | 3/13/2024 | Isabel van Brugen
    President Vladimir Putin is facing trouble in his ongoing war in Ukraine, days before the country's election, which is expected to result in the Russian leader remaining in power until at least 2030. This week has so far been tumultuous for the Russian president. On Tuesday night, the country was attacked by more than 60 Ukrainian drones, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, with targets including a Federal Security Service building in the southern Belgorod region and an oil refinery—both of which sustained damage. Multiple incursions by Russian defectors were also launched on Russian soil. The militia groups Freedom of...
  • Russia Struggles to Build New Planes Amid Sanctions

    03/01/2024 10:10:12 AM PST · by canuck_conservative · 23 replies
    Newsweek ^ | March 1, 2024 | Isabel van Brugen
    Deliveries of all-new Russian aircraft have been delayed by two years due to safety concerns ... The publication said that, for example, the weight of the new MS-21 passenger aircraft has increased by 5.75 tons, compared to the previous version, which used foreign components and Western engines. This means its flight range and altitude have been significantly reduced. One of Kommersant's sources said that, if Russia is unable to reduce the weight of the aircraft, it will be impossible for authorities to make the plane achieve the desired performance characteristics. "It's impossible to increase engine thrust by 20 percent," the...
  • Trump's claims of a migrant crime wave are not supported by national data (sanctuary cities getting safer)

    02/29/2024 10:36:56 AM PST · by janetjanet998 · 54 replies
    An NBC News review of available 2024 crime data from the cities targeted by Texas’ “Operation Lone Star,” which buses or flies migrants from the border to major cities in the interior — shows overall crime levels dropping in those cities that have received the most migrants. Overall crime is down year over year in Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver, New York and Los Angeles. Crime has risen in Washington, D.C., but local officials do not attribute the spike to migrants.
  • Putin has new cyber-tools that threaten democracy.......

    02/28/2024 3:13:32 AM PST · by Chad C. Mulligan · 55 replies
    Times (London) ^ | February 27 2024 | Tom Ball
    ussian spies have developed an artificial intelligence tool that Moscow is using to meddle in elections in Britain and the United States on a scale “exponentially greater” than ever before, Ukraine’s national security adviser has warned. In an interview with The Times, Oleksiy Danilov said that AI had enabled Russia to substantially ramp up its disinformation campaigns, designed to sow division and influence public opinion, and that Moscow now had specific units dedicated to every country holding an election in Europe. He said: “Artificial intelligence is a huge step forward for Russia and it makes the impact [of their meddling]...
  • Russia uses torture and illegal imprisonment of civilians as weapon of war - Prosecutor General KostinNews Censor.NET War in Ukraine

    02/26/2024 10:45:38 PM PST · by UMCRevMom@aol.com · 65 replies
    Censor.NET ^ | 26.02.24 23:00 | Prosecutor General Kostin
    At the International Platform for the Release of Civilians Illegally Detained by the Russian Federation, Prosecutor General Andrii Kostin said that 204 people have been served with suspicion notices in Ukrainian criminal proceedings regarding the illegal deprivation of liberty of civilians, 158 people are being tried in courts, and 33 people have been convicted. Prosecutor General Andrii Kostin took part in the launch of the International Platform for the Release of Civilians Illegally Detained by the Russian Federation. This is an important step in the implementation of the Fourth Point of the President's Peace Formula. It aims to unite efforts...
  • Putin threatens to go nuclear — because his military is suffering badly in Ukraine

    02/26/2024 1:07:28 AM PST · by canuck_conservative · 83 replies
    New York Post ^ | Feb. 25, 2024 | Jonathan Sweet and Mark Toth
    But upcoming Biden administration and German decisions concerning the deployment of precision deep-strike weapons — namely ATACMS and the Taurus cruise missile — are likely weighing heavily on Putin’s mind, along with the coming introduction of F-16 fighter jets. Ditto bilateral security guarantees, some signed just days ago, with the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Denmark, Italy and Canada — and Sweden’s and Britain’s announcements last week of additional military assistance. Europe is not giving up on Ukraine. Propaganda wins aside, it was a losing week for Putin... As many as 65 soldiers from Russia’s 39th Separate Guards Motorized Rifle Brigade...
  • Terrifying moment 'drunk' Russian troops storm café in occupied Crimea and open fire, shooting near people's heads

    02/25/2024 4:50:13 PM PST · by marcusmaximus · 63 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 2/25/2024 | Will Stewart
    This is the terrifying moment 'drunk' Russian troops storm into a café in occupied Crimea before opening fire aiming at people's heads and hitting them with batons in a violent rampage. Vladimir Putin's mercenary troops were captured on CCTV beating men and women to the floor, leaving many injured with broken bones but fortunately there were no fatalities. Soldiers wielding Kalashnikov riffles ran into the drinking spot in the beach village of Chornomorske in the north of occupied Crimea on Friday after celebrating Russia's Defender of the Fatherland Day, also known as Men's Day. The shocking video was shared by...
  • No, the West did not sabotage an early peace deal in Ukraine

    02/24/2024 1:52:55 PM PST · by marktwain · 136 replies
    Thebureau.news ^ | January 12, 2024 | Adam Zivo
    For over a year now, pro-Russian voices have circulated the conspiracy theory that Ukraine was close to signing a peace deal in the spring of 2022, only to be thwarted by the West. Although this narrative has repeatedly been debunked as disinformation, it stubbornly persists in some circles.The central premise of the theory is that, only a few weeks into the war, Ukraine was ready to sign a deal with Russia amid peace talks in Istanbul until Western powers, led by former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, ordered Kyiv to scrap the deal. It is thus argued that blame for...