Amid tearful farewells for thousands of Russian men called up for potential deployment to Ukraine, pro-war hawks raged over the release of Azov Regiment fighters.Continua a leggere su "Washington Post"
The fate of Russia’s black sea fleet commander Adm. Viktor Sokolov remains unclear, as Russia’s foreign Ministry accuses the U.S. of involvement in a strike on its Black Sea Fleet in Crimea....27/09/2023 20:01 Washington Post
Officials are bracing for a humanitarian crisis as Azerbaijan moves to retake control of the mountainous regions and thousands of ethnic Armenian residents leave their homes, fearing ethnic cleansing....26/09/2023 08:10 Washington Post
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s a “disgrace to the Jewish people.” A chief rabbi who fled Moscow says Soviet-era antisemitism may be returning....25/09/2023 10:23 Washington Post
New NATO member Finland is trying to lead by example by investing heavily into its defense industry, Finnish Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen said in a wide-ranging interview about the trajectory of the war in Ukraine....25/09/2023 04:00 Washington Post
Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Washington Post opinions contributor, was convicted in April of criticizing Russia’s war, charges the State Department has called unjust....24/09/2023 22:01 Washington Post
Ukrainian armored vehicles have pushed through Russian lines of defense near the southern village of Verbove, a local commander told The Washington Post on Saturday....24/09/2023 00:29 Washington Post