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The FM's statement contradicts the Kremlin's repeated denial of intentions to remove Ukrainian President Zelenskyy and his government from power after the 24 February invasion of its western neighbour.
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Russia cracks down on independent media during Ukraine invasion
Russia is not only attacking Ukraine. Independent media say they are in Moscow's crosshairs, too.
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Ukraine forces in missile launch exercise near border
Ukrainian forces trained using anti-tank missiles and bunker defeat weapons in the country's Donetsk region on Tuesday amid threats of a possible Russian invasion.
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Russia was the first country in the world to authorise a coronavirus vaccine last August, but the jab has not yet been approved by the WHO.
Russia adds protest monitoring group and 22 individuals to blacklist
OVD-Info joins the Mediazona website and the human-rights project Zona Prava on Russia's blacklist of critical media organisations.
Russian party sues, claiming online voting in Moscow was rigged
Members of Russia’s Communist Party allege the vote was rigged after their defeat in races in the Russian capital.
Russia opens new extremism probe against Navalny and his allies
Russian authorities have opened a criminal case against imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his closest allies.
Kremlin critics join forces to challenge e-voting in Duma election
The newly formed coalition plans to organise nationwide protests against the election's outcome and file lawsuits to contest the results.
Vladimir Putin self-isolates after close aides infected with COVID-19
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Putin and Kerry discuss climate change in phone call from the Kremlin
Putin told US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, Kerry, that dialogue on the climate should not be politicised, according to the Kremlin this week.
Russian opposition figure leaves country for Ukraine
A well-known Russian opposition politician who was held in police custody for two days last week in a criminal investigation that he has left the country for Ukraine.