Top news stories on Russia's Channel One from July 17 to July 24, 2022, covering the war in Ukraine and other international affairs.
Russian politician Ilya Ponomarev tweeted that Alexei Zimin had been taken off air because of his "anti-war statements on social networks."
It's not obvious the Status-6 would be the weapon of choice—unless Putin was ready to have its cities nuked.
A coalition led by Alexei Navalny has been refused a place on the ballot.
The foundation, which has operated in Moscow for more than 20 years, said new laws had made it 'impossible to continue,' by placing the charity on a list of 'undesirable' organizations - a criticism it said was baseless.
Putin has kept his two daughters out of the limelight, fueling speculation about who and where they are.
The flag was unveiled at a march promoting "traditional values."
Russia is to review the legality of recognizing Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia as independent republics.
Under the law, prison guards will have greater power to use force against inmates.
Zhanna Nemtsova has not said where she has moved but confirmed reports that she left after receiving threats.
Analysts tell the Moscow Times an increase in private and public denunciations has sparked fears that "everything is sliding back to 1937."
The Russian navy will send an expedition to the Antarctic for the first time since 1982.
Not only is Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, still standing, but the Russian economy, against most expectations, is actually recovering.
He aims to overthrow the entire post-Cold War order in Europe.
By playing nice on Iran, Russia hopes to strengthen its hand on Ukraine.
Plummeting oil prices and a run on hard currency reserves show how little Putin invested for a rainy day.
It's highly probable Putin will intervene in the Baltics to test NATO's resolve, a former NATO secretary-general says.