Putin’s series of speeches in Moscow has fueled concerns about his health

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at the end of February, speculation about the Kremlin’s master’s health suggests that he is battling several illnesses, including cancer and Parkinson’s disease, writes “Newsweek”. The latest speculation is about an accident in Moscow. 70-year-old Putin had an unfortunate fall at his official residence in Moscow on Wednesday evening, according … Read more

Ukraine Russia Online: Russian oil gets a ceiling, Moscow threatens not to export

US intelligence services expect a reduced pace of fighting in Ukraine over the next few months. At the same time, they see no evidence of a reduced will of Ukrainians to resist the Russian invasion, despite Moscow’s attacks on critical infrastructure. “Already we are seeing some reduction in the pace of the conflict (…) and … Read more

PPF chief Šmejc burned himself for the first time. He sunk tens of millions of euros in the failed German kitchen supplier

The Emma Capital group of businessman Jiří Šmejc is experiencing an unpleasant premiere. The German supplier of custom-made kitchens Küchenquelle, in which the Czech group holds 46 percent, fell into insolvency proceedings due to financial difficulties. Emma Capital, which is one of the largest investment groups in the Czech Republic, has sunk at least tens … Read more

Ukraine Russia Online: G7 joins Union in capping Russian oil

Ukraine imposed sanctions on ten high-ranking clerics connected to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate. According to them, they agreed to cooperate with the Russian occupation authorities or justified the invasion. The announcement is the latest in a series of moves against the Moscow Patriarchate’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, which declared independence from the … Read more

France will form a tribunal to investigate Russian war crimes

“The fight against impunity for the crimes committed in Ukraine after the Russian attack is a priority for France. We have mobilized our forces to support both the Ukrainian justice system and the International Criminal Court, which are competent to carry out objective and independent investigations so that the perpetrators of these crimes are brought … Read more

If we accepted Moscow’s inhumanities as something normal, we would allow the victory of the Russian world, Duda warned

The Polish president recalled that the current Russian invasion of Ukraine is the first such act of war in Europe since World War II. “For the first time since World War II, we are confronted with such an open armed attack on the principles we have all accepted to prevent another war in Europe,” Duda … Read more

Putin should not be called by name, according to the Pope

“When I talk about Ukraine, I talk about people who die as martyrs. If there are people who die as martyrs, there is someone who martyrs them. When I talk about Ukraine, I talk about cruelty, because for me there is a lot of information about the brutality of the troops that have entered there,” … Read more

Power outages in Kyiv could continue until spring

“We are trying to restore everything as soon as possible, switch to precise schedules so that there are no surprises, and then switch to uninterrupted electricity supply. However, we must be prepared that outages may continue until spring,” the mayor of Kyiv said in an interview with the news agency ‘RBK- Ukraine”. As Klitschko said, … Read more

The Institute of War predicts an increase in the intensity of hostilities in Ukraine in the coming weeks

US experts say that Ukrainian and Russian reports from the front lines in eastern and southern Ukraine, including from Svatove, Bakhmut and Vuhledar, indicate that operations on both sides are currently being hampered by heavy rain and mud. However, meteorologists predict that temperatures will drop and the ground will freeze in Ukraine next week, which … Read more

Ukraine Russia Online: Russia launched more than 16,000 missile attacks on Ukraine

The world must react to Russian crimes of sexual violence, warned Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska. According to her, the prosecutor’s office in Kyiv is investigating more than a hundred such crimes allegedly committed by Russian soldiers. Speaking at a London conference on the prevention of sexual violence in armed conflicts, Zelenska said that the … Read more