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After European nations imported the most gas from Russian sources yesterday in months, scrambling to stock up on supplies as Russian President Vladimir Putin's deadline to either pay for gas in rubles (or be cut off) came and went, Russian...
Contrary to expectations that Vladimir Putin was bluffing about collecting rubles in exchange for Russian energy exports, moments ago a decree signed by the Russian president confirmed that that was not the case. According...
Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop has reared its ugly head again, as it reportedly contains emails that appear to back up Russian claims that the US president’s son was involved in financing military research into dangerous pathogens at...
The European Union has reached an agreement to buy at least 15 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) more from the US this year in order to lower its dependence on Russian natural gas, Bloomberg...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced he will BAN all exports of products and raw materials from Russia until December 31.  No one gets anything . . . Initial assessments say this includes all...
Online retail behemoth Amazon has stopped shipping retail products to customers in Russia and Belarus, the company announced in a blog post on Tuesday. It will also no longer stream Prime content in Russia, and declared it will no...
Cryptocurrency exchange platform Coinbase has announced it blocked thousands of accounts related to Russians. The site has vowed to support sanctions imposed by the West on Russia. “Today, Coinbase blocks over 25,000 addresses related...
On Sunday, several Russian banks announced plans to start issuing cards using the Chinese UnionPay card operator system. The step, which came shortly after Mastercard and Visa pledged to cease operations in Russia and...
Moscow-backed news outlets across the European Union were banned this past week. Across the pond, RT America pulled the cord, ceased all operations, and laid off most of its staff due to "unforeseen business interruption events." The Orwellian measures...
Officials from Russia’s Transport Ministry, along with top managers from the country’s major air carriers, have reportedly discussed the possibility of nationalizing Airbus and Boeing planes. That’s according to unnamed people close to the matter, as quoted...

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