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Rep. Dana Rohrabacher went from fighting with the mujahideen in Afghanistan to the fight of his career for his House seat in this November's election as Putin's biggest defender.
With the midterms approaching, a former Cambridge Analytica insider says U.S. voters need to be aware how they are being micro-targeted all over again.
The deaths of 9,000 Soviet POWs in a former Nazi concentration camp don’t fit the narrative of Russia today.
President Donald Trump calls it the “Fake Dirty Dossier,” holding it up as evidence of a “deep state” sowing disinformation to discredit him and de-legitimize his victory over Hillary Clinton. Steele claims the 17 memos that make up the dossier are “70 to 90 per cent true.” Watch, and decide for yourself.
Hans de Borst lost his only daughter when Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down by a Russian missile over eastern Ukraine on 17 July, 2014. Russia has denied involvement and refused to cooperate with the Dutch-led international investigation, while putting out a stream of disinformation and conspiracy theories. De Borst helped install this memorial bench near the Russian embassy in The Hague, inscribed with these words: “Waiting for responsibility and full clarity. In loving memory of all 298 passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines MH17, July 17th 2014.”
The story of a mother who lost her son on Flight MH17 Silene Fredriksz’ son Bryce and his girlfriend Daisy Oehlers were on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 when it was shot down by a Russian missile over eastern Ukraine on 17 July, 2014. Russia has denied involvement and refused to cooperate with the Dutch-led international investigation, while putting out a stream of disinformation and conspiracy theories. Four years later, Fredriksz has left Bryce’s room in exactly the same state as they left it. “In my head I know they are not coming home, but my heart cannot accept it,” she says.
He helped Russia annex his native Crimea, now Konstantin Knyrik has become a general in the Kremlin’s propaganda war.
The Kremlin refuses to remember Soviet POWs. A Russian architect refused to forget.
There’s a surprise entrant among the thousands competing for America’s premier Internet awards this year: Russia and the campaign it denies being involved in to interfere in the 2016 U.S. elections.
Why is Russia accusing Poland of monumental ingratitude over its attitude towards the Soviet Red Army?
When cadets at an aviation academy recorded themselves dancing to Italian DJ Benny Benassi’s pop sensation “Satisfaction,” the authorities accused them of immorality and threatened them with expulsion. But it only provoked the kind of viral protest the government hates: dozens of Russians, among them Natalia and Ksenia, recorded their own videos in support. And it was the government that found itself out of step.
It’s the world’s largest trading union by area, but economically the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union is still a minnow. Still, the Kremlin hasn’t give up hope that its new bloc will one day rival the European Union and the wider West.
Coda Network asks people in the streets of 5 former-Soviet capitals: Who benefited from the Revolution and who lost out? In collaboration with — "Українська правда", Kloop, Hetq, Спектр - журналистика без границ и цензуры
Coda Network asked people in the streets of 5 former-Soviet capitals: Was the revolution ultimately good or bad for your country? In collaboration with — "Українська правда", Kloop, Hetq, Спектр - журналистика без границ и цензуры.
Coda Network asked people in the streets of 5 former-Soviet capitals: If the Russian Revolution had failed, what would your country be like today? In collaboration with — "Українська правда", Kloop, Hetq, Спектр - журналистика без границ и цензуры
North Korea is the new Fashion hotspot, says Russian TV.
True or false? Vladimir Putin-inspired songs are the worst thing Russia’s president has done to Russia.
The Kremlin has found the perfect vehicle to spread its message: drama and comedy hits on its own TV channels.
A Russian neo-Nazi is fighting for Ukraine against other Russian neo-Nazis supporting pro-Russian rebels. Why? The answer has a lot to do with the contested meaning of Russian nationalism.
Meet the Russian ultranationalists confronting heir own government on the battlefields of Ukraine.
Belarus may lose its only TV channel that dares to criticize its dictator. And that could be bad news for Lukashenko himself.
Who are the Swedish doctors that Russian media is using to drum up support for war in Syria?
Have you ever wondered why Russian journalists go along with the Kremlin’s disinformation campaigns? A former RIA Novosti reporter explains why Russian journalists opt for compromise over objectivity.
How can Islamophobia be mainstream in the Czech Republic when most of its citizens have never even met a Muslim?
Weaponizing history: Poland and Ukraine claim that Moscow is using their fraught wartime history to stir up suspicions between the two allies.
For centuries Russian schoolchildren have learned how terrible Ivan the Terrible was, but now, the narrative is changing.
French security objected to the construction of a Russian Orthodox cathedral in central Paris because of the potential for espionage. However, Russia pursued its construction through diplomacy and lobbying at the highest levels.
Television and social media have become potent weapons on both sides of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.