Autumn of discontent? Moldova is next US target for ‘color revolution’, Russia’s chief spy warns ahead of presidential election

The director of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (the SVR) has accused Washington of preparing the ground for a “color revolution” in Moldova. The East European state is due to hold a presidential election within a fortnight. … Read More >Autumn of discontent? Moldova is next US target for ‘color revolution’, Russia’s chief spy warns ahead of presidential election

Top Russian admiral slams Zelensky’s plans to build two Ukrainian Black Sea Naval bases as ‘no threat’: ‘even NATO won’t use them’

The former commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky of “politicking” and showboating after Kiev announced it will build two naval bases on the strategically vital body of water. … Read More >Top Russian admiral slams Zelensky’s plans to build two Ukrainian Black Sea Naval bases as ‘no threat’: ‘even NATO won’t use them’

Discrimination remains in the workplace: 37% of Russian business owners say they would not hire an LGBT employee, study shows

In a survey, over a third of Russian entrepreneurs revealed that they would not employ members of the LGBT community, with almost all (97%), somewhat incredibly, believing their company currently has no LGBT representation at all. … Read More >Discrimination remains in the workplace: 37% of Russian business owners say they would not hire an LGBT employee, study shows

‘Nothing to do with reality’: Embassy rejects new US claims of Russia’s cyber ops, says they aimed at fomenting Russophobia

Russia’s embassy in the US has trashed charges against six alleged Russian military intelligence officers – accused of cyber attacks against the 2018 Olympics, the OPCW, France, Ukraine and Georgia – as aimed at a home audience. … Read More >‘Nothing to do with reality’: Embassy rejects new US claims of Russia’s cyber ops, says they aimed at fomenting Russophobia

Phishing for secrets: Russian cyber experts believe defense industry is being attacked by North Korea

A hacker group from North Korea has been attacking Russian military and industrial organizations by sending fraudulent emails, according to cybersecurity experts, who believe that Pyongyang is beginning to cast its net wider. … Read More >Phishing for secrets: Russian cyber experts believe defense industry is being attacked by North Korea

Russian FM Lavrov says Moscow’s return to Council of Europe after 2014-19 exclusion proves threats & ultimatums are futile

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said that Monday’s visit to Moscow by Council of Europe head Marija Pejcinovic Buric symbolically draws a line under the crisis which engulfed the transcontinental organisation in 2014.
Read More >Russian FM Lavrov says Moscow’s return to Council of Europe after 2014-19 exclusion proves threats & ultimatums are futile

Sputnik V close to public launch: Moscow will begin mass vaccination against Covid-19 at end of December, says Mayor Sobyanin

Moscow will receive its first large batches of the coronavirus vaccine in November, and mass vaccination in the Russian capital will begin in December and January, according to its Mayor Sergey Sobyanin. … Read More >Sputnik V close to public launch: Moscow will begin mass vaccination against Covid-19 at end of December, says Mayor Sobyanin

Russian scientists create new biomaterial to restore bones for sufferers of osteoporosis

Researchers from Russia’s Samara National Research University have created a biomaterial to restore bones, which could be revolutionary for the treatment of osteoporosis. The process uses a natural mineral called hydroxyapatite. … Read More >Russian scientists create new biomaterial to restore bones for sufferers of osteoporosis