NATO Calls Nord Stream Leaks Sabotage

A huge circle of bubbling water about a kilometer in diameter, foam and diverging waves. The sabotage of the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines automatically increased the shares of Ukraine's gas transportation system, Yamal-Europe and Turkish Stream gas pipelines.

Is Ammonia Deal not Working as Grain Deal?

The issue with ammonia exports is an illustrative example of when behind-the-scenes political agreements come up. One would be surprised, but no prisoner exchange is needed for ammonia transit. Kiev agreed to unblock ammonia exports back when it signed the grain deal.

Kidnappers of Sophia Mirimskaya to be Taken to Court Again

A new court session on the kidnapping of little Sophia Mirimskaya, which was carried out by an organized crime group of Ukrainian and U.S. citizens, has been announced for the first week of October. Mirimskaya's representatives disagreed with the prosecutor's decision to drop the criminal charges against the kidnappers, initiated back in 2015. The Odintsovo district court is to decide how lawful it was.

Russians are Cutting Back on Shopping

According to RBC, in August of this year, when many retailers held traditional sales, Russians had to tighten their belts and save on the purchase of clothing, shoes and household appliances.

Exchange of Azov Regiment Members for Russian Servicemen

The prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine that took place on the night of September 21-22 in the Chernihiv Region hit the headlines. It turned out that Donetsk had handed over 10 foreigners to Saudi Arabia, including mercenaries sentenced to death.

Cooperation With Turkey is Expanding but Vice Versa With Kazakhstan

A sea terminal will be opened soon in Novorossiysk to receive large sea ferries from Turkey, each of which will be able to carry up to 100 cargo trucks per voyage, as reported by the media.

Majority of Donbas, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia Regions’ Residents Vote to Join Russia

Election commissions in the referendums that ended the day before in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Lugansk People's Republic (LPR,) as well as in the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson Regions, processed all 100% of the voting results reports. As a result, according to TASS, 99.2% of the voters in the DPR, 98.4% in the LPR, 93.1% in Zaporizhzhia Region, and 87% in Kherson Region voted for joining the Russian Federation.

Can Europe be Left Without gas?

The Nord Stream 2 AG that maintains the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has recently reported about a sharp pressure drop from 300 to 7 bar on Line A. The incident took place in Danish territorial waters near the island of Bornholm.

Mysterious Buyer of M.video

Back in April, Said Gutseriev announced that he had found buyers for M.video and would close the deal after fulfilling a few formalities. The summer passed, but the only news about the Gutserievs' retail chain is his resignation from the company's board of directors and how the bosses are making hair of the innocent junior staff stand on end.

'Message' From Central Clinical Hospital

The death of Ravil Maganov, chairman of Lukoil's board of directors, who ‘went out’ the window of the Central Clinical Hospital, looks like a suicide or an accident only in the media. If one peeks under the hood, the details of such an original message for Vagit Alekperov may look intriguing.

Outcomes of Eastern Economic Forum

On September 9, the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) ended, and the day before a plenary session was held as part of it, at which the Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech.

Meet Charles III, new Monarch

On September 10, a new monarch, Charles III, hitherto known as Prince Charles of Wales, officially ascended the throne in Great Britain. Who is Mr. Charles Windsor? And should we hope that relations between Britain and Russia will warm up?

Island of Heroes

80 years ago, Soviet sailors and local residents defended the port of Dixon despite the superior forces of Hitler's fleet. Many did it at the cost of their lives.

Russia to Learn to Make Сardboard

European sanctions have complicated the work of the Russian pulp and paper industry but companies continue to implement investment programs and climate strategies.

‘I Cleaned old Weapon Myself’: Prigozhin Tells Journalists how Wagner Group was Founded

Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin told the media how the Wagner Group had been founded, as reported by the press service of the Concord company group.