Nikolay Glushkov was strangled in his own home by killer who tried to make murder look like suicide

An exiled Russian businessman was strangled with a dog lead by his killer who tried to pass off the murder as suicide, an inquest was told. Nikolay Glushkov, 68, was found by his daughter and partner lying face down with the leash around his neck in the hallway of his New Malden, south West London, … Read more

Putin’s threat to West: How Russia has surrounded Ukraine’s border with troops, tanks and missiles

Russia has surrounded Ukraine’s border with tanks, missiles and thousands of men as it threatens ‘full-scale combat operations.’ The United States is to dispatch two warships to the Black Sea next week in response to Vladimir Putin’s colossal build-up of military hardware close to the front.  Footage has emerged of tanks, missile trucks and howitzers … Read more

Russia warns ‘the beginning of the end of Ukraine’ will be imminent if it ‘has to defend citizens’

A senior Kremlin official today warned that if Russia is forced to defend its citizens in the disputed Donbass region it would be ‘the beginning of the end Ukraine.’ Tensions have soared in eastern Ukraine in recent weeks after Vladimir Putin dispatched tanks, helicopters and thousands of troops to the Ukrainian border. Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskiy flew … Read more

Vladimir Putin’s nuclear tsunami | Daily Mail Online

The notion is horrendous to contemplate.  A nuclear torpedo drone creeps along the ocean floor, slipping under coastal missile defences and detonating with catastrophic effect close to New York. A vast wall of water rises from the sea, tearing through the city, obliterating all in its wake and leaving the area flooded with toxic radioactivity. … Read more

Putin’s critic Navalny vows to continue hunger strike as TB sweeps through penal colony

Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has vowed to continue a hunger strike despite suffering from a heavy cough and fever as he claimed inmates in his Russian prison ward were being treated in hospital for tuberculosis. Vladimir Putin‘s biggest opponent, 44, has vowed to continue a hunger strike he launched last week demanding adequate medical treatment … Read more

Russia warns it will take ‘extra measures to ensure its security’ if NATO sends forces to Ukraine

Russia today vowed to ‘take extra measures’ if Nato responds after the Kremlin dispatched 4,000 troops to reinforce the disputed Ukrainian border. ‘No doubt such a scenario would lead to a further increase in tensions close to Russia’s borders. Of course, this would call for additional measures from the Russian side to ensure its security,’ … Read more

Russia sends 4,000 troops to Ukraine border and warns conflict in Donbass could ‘destroy’ it

Russia has dispatched 4,000 troops to the Ukraine border and warned that a conflict in the Donbass region could ‘destroy’ its neighbour.   Footage emerged today showing shows dozens of military helicopters close to the frontier, and the movement of tanks and other military vehicles by train. The United States yesterday pledged its ‘unwavering’ support to … Read more

Today host Karl Stefanovic laughs off cyber attack on Channel Nine

In Soviet Russia, Today show wakes up with you! Karl Stefanovic laughs off cyber attack on Channel Nine as rumours swirl it was retaliation for Liz Hayes’ exposé about Vladimir Putin’ By Jo Scrimshire For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:31 BST, 28 March 2021 | Updated: 21:31 BST, 28 March 2021 Today anchor Karl Stefanovic … Read more

Channel Nine forced to shut down all live programming due to ‘cyber attack’ by ‘Russian hackers’  

Channel Nine was forced to cancel much of its live programming on Sunday due to an ‘unprecedented cyber attack’.  TV Blackbox reports that the technical glitches are believed by security experts to have been orchestrated by ‘Russian hackers’ who sought to stop Monday’s episode of Under Investigation, which focuses on Vladimir Putin, from going to air.   … Read more

Putin hails Russian Navy as three of its nuclear missile submarines smash through Arctic ice

A very cold war: Three Russian nuclear missile-carrying submarines surface in the Arctic Circle in fresh show of strength Three nuclear submarines simultaneously broke through Arctic ice and warplanes flew over the North Pole Russia, the US, Canada, Denmark and Norway have been trying to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic  Putin has beefed … Read more