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New Russian history textbook includes chapter on war in Ukraine and Russia’s ‘struggle against collective West’

Russia’s history textbook for students in 10th and 11th grade will now include a chapter on the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Journalists from the news outlet Sota received photographs of…

Russia reportedly shoots down drones attacking Krasnodar oil refinery

Several drones were shot down as they approached the Ilsky oil refinery in Russia’s Krasnodar region, report local officials.

Russia on the defensive? Meduza shares an updated combat map, the latest from Bakhmut, and how the Belgorod raid could change the course of the war.

Since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Meduza has adopted a consistent antiwar position, holding Russia responsible for its military aggression and atrocities. As part of this commitment,…

Russia launches ‘largest drone attack yet’ on Kyiv, killing at least one person

On May 28, Russian troops attacked Kyiv using Iranian-made Shahed drones. According to local authorities, it was the largest attack on Kyiv since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of…

Volgograd resident who was arrested for burning Quran sent to pre-trial detention center in Chechnya

Nikita Zhuravel, a Volgograd resident who was arrested for “offending the feelings of religious believers” after burning a Quran, was sent to a pre-trial detention center in Grozny, the capital…

Governor of Russia’s Pskov region reports drone attack on oil pipeline administrative building

On the morning of May 27, two drones attacked an administrative building of an oil pipeline near the village of Litvinovo, reported Pskov’s regional governor Mikhail Vedernikov. According to the…

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says conditions for peace include Ukraine recognizing ‘new territorial realities’ and Russian as state language

Russia’s deputy foreign minister Mikhail Galuzin outlined Moscow’s conditions for peace in an interview with TASS, a state news agency.

Russia’s Justice Ministry adds lead singer of rock group Bi-2, journalists, and scholars to its list of ‘foreign agents’

Russia’s Justice Ministry updated its registry of “foreign agents.” New additions include Lyova Bi-2 (real name Yegor Bortnik), lead singer of the band Bi-2, and other individuals and organizations:

RIA Novosti source threatens ‘consequences’ for journalist Evan Gershkovich if WSJ continues to publish ‘disinformation’ about Russia

Russia’s state news agency, RIA Novosti, published a message from an “informed source in Moscow,” warning The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) of “consequences” for Evan Gershkovich, a WSJ journalist who…

Russian intelligence ship returns to Sevastopol following naval drone attack

The Russian intelligence ship Ivan Khurs, part of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, has returned to Sevastopol. Video footage of the ship circulated on Telegram, and Russian news outlet Kommersant confirmed…