27 September 2021
Navalny's former coordinator in Murmansk, Violetta Grudina, has been detained after being forcibly held in a Covid hospital to prevent her from participating in September's election for the local council. She said she felt bad and wanted an ambulance but police refused to call it1 month ago
Navalny's former coordinator in Murmansk, Violetta Grudina, has been detained after being forcibly held in a Covid hospital to prevent her from participating in September's election for the local council. She said she felt bad and wanted an ambulance but police refused to call it
1 month ago
Pussy Riot's Rita Flores was hospitalised with coronavirus during a 15-day jail sentence. Police have asked for her jail time to be paused so that she can resume it when she is discharged
1 month ago
Gazprom did not book additional transit capacities of Ukraine for the fourth quarter
Russian military police conducted a joint military patrol with Turkish forces east of the city of Kobani, northern Syria, the 65th patrol of its kind in the region1 month ago
Russian military police conducted a joint military patrol with Turkish forces east of the city of Kobani, northern Syria, the 65th patrol of its kind in the region
1 month ago
Russian warplanes launch several air raids on ISIS positions and movements in the Rusafa desert, west of Raqqa, and the Sukhna desert, east of Homs
1 month ago
Head of Russian Foreign Intelligence service Naryshkin said that Project and Insider (recognized by foreign agents) are linked in one network with Bellingcat, which, in turn, was created to put pressure on countries and individuals and in which there are former employees of Western special services
To help extinguish forest fires in the Orenburg region, by decision of Russian Defense Minister Shoigu, Il-76 aircraft from the Tver and Pskov regions deployed
1 month ago
The number of Russian military personnel to participate in exercises in the south of Tajikistan near the border with Afghanistan, which will be held on August 5-10, has been increased to 1.8 thousand, the equipment has doubled - Central Military District
"Russian space officials said a software glitch and possible lapse in human attention were to blame for the mishap that caused the entire space station to pitch out of its normal flight position 250 miles above the Earth with seven crew members aboard
At the meeting held between the Russian military police and the Tabka military council affiliated with SDF at the military airport in the Tabka district to the west of Raqqa, the Russians made an offer to the militants to return the government offices of the government to Tabka.
1 month ago
The Su-35S plane crashed in the Sea of Okhotsk after an engine failure, the pilot ejected - the press service of the Air Defense Forces. The department clarified that the plane crashed in the Khabarovsk Territory was performing a training flight
Russia government actions impacting US mission there, says @SecBlinken
Turkey: Video showing Russian amphibious Be-200ES aircraft refueling with water as forest fires are extinguished in Marmaris, Turkey1 month ago
Turkey: Video showing Russian amphibious Be-200ES aircraft refueling with water as forest fires are extinguished in Marmaris, Turkey
1 month ago
The Dossier Center website has been blocked at the request of the Tagansky District Court
Israeli army estimates Russia has not changed its policy regarding Israeli strikes on targets in Syria, recent Russian statements are tied to advertising air defence systems due to arms sales
1 month ago
The Russian government is considering a ban on the export of gasoline, - the Ministry of Energy
1 month ago
Access to the site Gulagu.net is restricted - Roskomnadzor
Spanish fighters on the @NATO Air Policing mission scrambled to identify aircraft over a busy Baltic Sea on 29 July. The Russian IL-22 PP MUTE electronic warfare aircraft failed to file a flight plan or connect with air traffic control. Air Policing keeps the skies safe for all1 month ago
Spanish fighters on the @NATO Air Policing mission scrambled to identify aircraft over a busy Baltic Sea on 29 July. The Russian IL-22 PP MUTE electronic warfare aircraft failed to file a flight plan or connect with air traffic control. Air Policing keeps the skies safe for all
7 injured in bad condition after incident at chemical enterprise in Kamensk-Shaktinsky of Rostov region last night
Police are now surrounding the Moscow home of Other Russia opposition activist Mikhail Asel. They already detained his party colleague Yekaterina Biryukova and jailed the leader of the Moscow branch of the party, Olga Shalina, for 15 days1 month ago
Police are now surrounding the Moscow home of Other Russia opposition activist Mikhail Asel. They already detained his party colleague Yekaterina Biryukova and jailed the leader of the Moscow branch of the party, Olga Shalina, for 15 days
1 month ago
The fourth-generation nuclear-powered missile cruiser Krasnoyarsk, built according to the improved Yasen-M project for the Russian Navy, was launched - Russian Defense Ministry
NASA spokesperson says the International Space Station was shifted by an attitude of 45 degrees by Nauka's erroneous thruster firings. "The station is back in a normal attitude configuration while the russian flight control team" works through some fixes. The crew is safe
NASA mission control: "The [Nauka] thrusters are no longer firing, we are back in attitude control, rates are stable." "It's safe to say that the remainder of the day is no longer going to happen as scheduled"
Mission Control Houston told to the ISS crew that they stopped to use Zvezda engines to stop the rotation of the station caused by the activation of the Nauka engines. They switched to ProgressMS17 engines
Nauka/ISS: NASA CAPCOM to ISS crew: "Right now, the SM thrusters are effectively countering the MLM thrusters. We think at this rate it's going to take us about 20 minutes or so to get back in attitude control"
The drama with Nauka may not yet be over. The module's thrusters are continuing to fire despite already being docked
ISS crew reports some flashes on ISS from newly arrived Nauka module, indicating some inadvertent thrusters firings (or propellant leaks). The crew is advised to close windows
Roman Badanin, chief editor of investigative news outlet Proekt, has left Russia with no plans to return and is evacuating his staff to avoid possible prosecution after Proekt was outlawed in a media crackdown, he told @Reuters' @m_tsvetkova
ISS/Nauka: Numerous particles are also seen outside the station indicating either major propellant leak or gas vent
Nauka/ISS: NASA CAPCOM to crew: "Just to update you persons, right now we're in a little bit of a tug of war between thrusters firing from both the SM (service modeule) and the MLM (Nauka). We're sorting through the best course of action right now"
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