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AP Fires Reporter Who Claimed Russian Missile Hit Poland ☞ Tampa Free Press

“In earlier versions of a story published November 15, 2022, The Associated Press reported erroneously, based on information from a senior American intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity, that Russian missiles had crossed into Poland and killed two people, the AP’s correction issued Wednesday said. “Subsequent reporting showed that the missiles were Russian-made and most likely fired by Ukraine in defense against a Russian attack.”

Russian Lawmakers Propose Granting Prisoners Amnesty for Enlisting ☞ The Moscow Times

“According to Kovitidi, the measures wouldn’t apply to those convicted of such recently-legislated crimes as ‘discrediting’ or ‘spreading false information about’ Russia’s armed forces, or for calling for sanctions against the country. People charged for taking part in anti-government protests also would be blocked from receiving amnesties”

Google Russia to File for Bankruptcy ☞ The Moscow Times

“Google’s Russian branch has initiated a bankruptcy procedure over its inability to pay a $100-million fine for keeping up content Moscow deems illegal, media reported Wednesday as Russia continues to intensify its pressure on Big Tech following its invasion of Ukraine.”

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MSNBC Analyst: Prosecutor Kamala ‘Put Her Finger In Putin’s Chest’ ☞ Newsbusters

“Yet another piece of her lived experience that she really brings to this role as Vice President in this moment of crisis, and that is her role as prosecutor, right? This is somebody who is used to kind of taking on bad guys for a living. And so, her really putting her finger in the chest of Vladimir Putin and saying that there will be consequences.”

Why the Kremlin Blocking TOR Is a Big Deal ☞ The Moscow Times

“Like many significant political developments of late, the decision to block TOR came almost unannounced by the Russian authorities. TOR — an acronym for “The Onion Router” — is encryption software that allows users to stealthily surf the Internet and bypass locally imposed web restrictions.”

Kremlin Denies Reports of ‘Imminent’ Invasion of Ukraine ☞ CNS News

“The Kremlin has denied accusations by Ukrainian and U.S. intelligence officials that Russia is preparing an “imminent” invasion of Ukraine. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov dismissed the reports as a “deliberate smear campaign in the media” and said Russia’s recent military deployments near Ukraine were part of standard exercises.”

Why are Google and Apple still silent on Russian censorship? ☞ Aljazeera.com

“In the weeks leading up to the vote, the Russian government pressured Apple and Google to remove a popular voting app from their online stores. The app was put together by the team of jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny and was meant to help opposition-minded voters cast their ballot in favour of whoever had the best chances of defeating the United Russia candidate in a given district.”

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Russian Spetsnaz Training (2017) – Video

“The Spetsnaz originally were shaped by the Cold War, as strategic assets who could be deployed deep behind North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) lines, especially to target tactical nuclear weapons and command structures. ” – Mark Galeotti – Marshall Center

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