As thousands of Russians turn to the Clubhouse app to express their frustrations with the Kremlin, Putin’s alleged daughter is using it to share bizarre conspiracy theories.
Years before Russian agents put poison in Alexei Navalny’s underpants, they nearly killed a Russian Washington Post columnist and likely offed several others.
Russian LGBTQ rights campaigners are worried the two brothers may be murdered—already the fate of more than a dozen Chechen gay men since the anti-LGBTQ crackdown began in 2016.
The opposition to Putin has been growing ever louder since Navalny was arrested, and now the Kremlin is jailing the journalists who dare to report on the protests.
Facing growing national protests over his treatment of anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny, the Russian president is backed into a corner over Navalny’s latest exposé.
Russian media is gleefully peddling the fiction that Biden, not Trump, was behind the siege on the U.S. Capitol.
As Russia sentences Alexei Navalny to almost 3 years in prison, RT’s editor-in-chief delivered a chilling message to the activist.