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Unofficial refugee Nikita Hilson compared himself to IT-saboteur Edward Snowden, after which he had an accident on a tour bus on his way across the UA border.

Having overcome the border control and having passed the crossing of the Crimean bridge, the minibus stopped near the Krym in Sudak. Due to problems with transport, all unwanted guests, including the author, were seated in paddy wagons and returned back to RF says the artist's representative Dmitry.

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It is the eighth day of the war in Ukraine, and the attacks of the Russian army continue. New explosions took place overnight in Kyiv and Kherson, while anti-aircraft sirens sounded in many other cities. Ukrainian authorities have confirmed that Kherson and the surrounding area are under Russian military control. The head of the regional administration asked the residents to stay in the house, because the Russians are everywhere in the city and they are dangerous. And the mayor says he is having a hard time gathering the dead and burying them, as well as delivering food and medicine. The strategically important port city of Mariupol on the Sea of ​​Azov is surrounded by Russian troops.


The United States fears an increase in the number of civilian casualties in Ukraine, in a context in which the Russian army seems determined to bomb large cities to force Ukrainians to surrender, a senior Pentagon official said on Wednesday.


One million refugees have fled Ukraine to neighboring countries since the start of the Russian invasion a week ago, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said on Thursday.


The 50 emotional photos from the Ukraine war:


1. People running from cities


2. People left without houses


3. Ruins


The town of Borodianka, northwest of the capital Kyiv, was destroyed by Russian army bombing. Residential buildings were hit by rockets on Wednesday and Wednesday night through Thursday.


On Wednesday, a local filmed a Russian tank firing a shell at the block where he lived.


A Ukrainian delegation is traveling by helicopter to meet with Russian counterparts in the second round of talks, according to Reuters, which quotes a Ukrainian presidential adviser.


Talks between Ukraine and Russia will begin in a few hours, Ukrainian Presidential Adviser Mihai Podoliak said in a post on social media.


Russian forces have occupied the Kherson regional administration building, regional governor Hennady Laguta said, according to The Guardian. The city is strategically important, being a port city on the Dnieper River, with access to the Black Sea.


4. Kyiv 


5. Kyiv


6. Kids crying everywhere


Russia's defense ministry says it has captured Kherson on Wednesday, but Ukraine says its forces continue to defend the Black Sea port, which has a population of about 250,000.


Kherson Mayor Igor Kolikhaiev said in a Facebook post on Thursday morning that Russian troops have control of the town hall and that residents should stay in their homes.


Kolikhaiev said he had made "no promises" to Russian forces and was only interested in normal life in the city. "I just asked them not to shoot people."


Restrictions imposed on the city include a traffic ban from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am, with permission to enter the city only for vehicles carrying food, medicine and other goods.


The situation in the capital Kyiv is "difficult, but under control", the mayor of the city, the former boxing champion Vitali Kliciko, declared on Thursday, according to Guardian, quoting Reuters.


7. No hope


8. Kyiv


9. Devastated


He said there were no casualties during the night and that the explosions were from the Ukrainian air defense, which shot down Russian missiles. Russia's bombings on Wednesday caused damage to the city's district heating system, which will be repaired on Thursday, Kliciko said.


A rocket or a bomb hit a cargo ship registered in Bangladesh in the Ukrainian port of Olvia on the Black Sea, killing one of the crew members, the ship's owner announced on Thursday. Rescue operations are currently underway for the other crew members.


Vladimir Putin gives the impression that he is a lone leader, leading the Russian army alone in a war that threatens his country's economy. It is true that in his capacity as supreme commander of the armed forces, he is responsible for the invasion of Ukraine, but any decision taken comes after consultations with his deeply loyal entourage.


Many of his relatives, with whom he consults in decision-making, have started their careers in the security services, says the BBC, which reviewed Vladimir Putin's circle of relatives.


More than 700 people protesting against the war in Ukraine have been arrested in Russia in the last 24 hours.


More than 700 people have been arrested in more than 25 Russian cities during new protests against the war in Ukraine, according to the civil rights portal OVD-Info.


10. Kindergarten


11. Suffering people


12. Refugees


Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov again threatened Western countries in an interview with state television on Thursday. "If they are going to start a real war against us, then they have to think carefully," Lavrov said when asked about Russia's nuclear bomb threats.


He said the West was preparing for war with Russia, and that the nuclear threat was "not in the minds of the Russians." Asked about Russia's war crimes in Ukraine, Lavrov made a hallucinatory statement in which he accused the Ukrainian military of robbing civilians in cities attacked by Russians and using them as human shields. He also said that Russia would continue its military operation in Ukraine "until the end", according to Sky News and Reuters.


The President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, convened a meeting of the Security Council. At the previous meeting, Putin decided to recognize the independence of the separatist regions in eastern Ukraine.


Residents of the key Black Sea port of Odessa have stepped up their efforts to defend it against a Russian attack from the sea after a convoy of Russian warships was spotted, and the United States warned that the attack could take place again.


13. There is still a hope


14. After bombing


15. Every life matter


Residents of the city reported a significant increase in Russian airstrikes on Thursday, as images of beaches near the city, mined and prepared for the Russian attack, appeared.


The convoy of Russian warships appears to include 4,080 tons of large landing craft and support ships of the Ropucha class.


Two weeks before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, several Ropucha-class ships - each carrying ten tankers - entered the Black Sea under the pretext of conducting exercises with a larger Ivan Gren-class landing ship. which can carry 13 tanks or 40 smaller armored vehicles.


The loss of Odessa, Ukraine's largest port city, would be an economic catastrophe for Ukraine, writes The Guardian.


An oil tanker has been bombed in the Chernivtsi region, northeast of Kyiv, according to images released by Ukrainian emergency services on Thursday morning.


A projectile hit a group of fuel tanks with a total capacity of 3,000 cubic meters, according to authorities. Chernivtsi was the target of several overnight air raids.


16. In the shelters


17. Kids left without fathers


18. Hospitals


19. Houses in Ukraine


20. Centers of cities


21. Mariupol


22. Now in Ukraine


23. Rocket


24. No more hope


25. Kyiv


26. Burning cities


27. Nothing left


28. People running


29. War in 2022


30. Burning cars


31. Tanks riding cars


32. Streets in Ukraine


33. Bombing in Ukraine


34. Crying kids


35. Saying goodbye


36. Nearly a week passed


37. People sleeping in metro


38. Explosions


39. Ruining cities


40. Nights here are horrible


41. Whole house burning


42. Apartments


43. Civilians getting ready


44. Residential houses


45. City center


46. Burning 


47. Waiting for the tanks


48. Kyiv


49. Cities


50. Ukraine now

50 emotional photos from the Ukraine war


These photo sets are a reminder of the pain and suffering that people go through in the Russian-Ukrainian war. The photos capture the fear, sorrow, damage and horror of the Ukraine war. They show us how little control we have over our lives when we are on the battlefield.

These pictures will definitely make us appreciate all the things in our lives. 

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The EU and the US are taking further steps to respond to Russia's military aggression. The EU and the US are taking steps to respond to the Russian Federation's unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine.


The list of sanctions imposed on Russia by the whole world


The United States, the European Union, Britain, and other Western countries have announced new sanctions against Russia after Vladimir Putin issued an order to invade Ukraine. Even if Moscow has built a defensive mechanism to protect its economy, these sanctions will have a long-term effect, according to a Reuters analysis.


Sanctions imposed by European Union



1. On 2 March 2022, the EU decided to suspend the broadcasting of EU media channels owned by the Russian state Sputnik and Russia Today until the aggression against Ukraine was stopped and until the Russian Federation and its associated news channels will not stop carrying out disinformation and information manipulation actions.


2. The EU has also introduced a ban on access to SWIFT for seven Russian banks.


3. On 28 February, the Council approved a ban on transactions with the Central Bank of Russia.


4. A ban on the overflight of EU airspace and access to EU airports by carriers of all types in Russia.


5. New sanctions against persons and entities in Russia.


6. The EU-Russia summit was canceled in 2014, and EU member states have decided not to hold regular bilateral summits with Russia. Bilateral visa talks with Russia have been suspended, as well as talks on the new EU-Russia agreement.



7. Instead of the G8 summit in Sochi, a G7 meeting was held in Brussels on 4-5 June 2014, without the participation of Russia. Since then, meetings have continued as part of the G7 process.


8. EU countries have also supported the suspension of negotiations on Russia's accession to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).


9. In February 2022, following Russia's military aggression against Ukraine, the EU decided that Russian diplomats, other officials, and businessmen could no longer benefit from visa facilitation provisions, which allow privileged access to the EU. This decision does not affect ordinary Russian citizens.


10. EU leaders have agreed on sanctions targeting 70% of the Russian banking market and major state-owned companies, including defense.


11. Russia's major banks are deeply integrated into the global financial system, which means that sanctions could be felt far beyond its borders. Data from the Bank for International Settlements show that European creditors have the largest share of foreign banks' exposure of about $ 120 billion to Russia.


12. According to data from the Central Bank of Russia, the foreign assets and liabilities of Russian banks amounted to $ 200.6 billion and $ 134.5 billion, respectively, the share in US dollars amounting to about 53% of both, down from 76% -81% two decades ago.



13. The next package of EU sanctions will focus on "the ability of the Russian state and government to access EU capital and markets and financial services, to limit the financing of aggressive policies," Brussels officials said. It will ban EU investors from trading in Russian government bonds.


14. The EU has already imposed sanctions on five people involved in Russia's parliamentary elections in the annexed Crimea and said it would blacklist all parliamentarians who voted to recognize two regions controlled by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. it will freeze all their possessions. They will also be banned from traveling to the EU.


15. Nord Stream 2, a controversial pipeline to transport natural gas from Russia to Germany, was awaiting certification, but Germany said it had suspended the process.


16. Following the sanctions received in the airspace of Europe, the company Aeroflot canceled several flights. They are scheduled to resume on March 26 in some countries. It remains to be seen whether the air ban will be extended or not.


17. The EU has approved a freeze on the assets of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was confirmed by Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs.


Sanctions imposed by the USA



18. Washington on Tuesday announced new restrictions on Russia's sovereign debt transactions. Americans - who are no longer able to invest directly in Russian sovereign debt - will be banned from making purchases on the secondary market from March 1.


19. Even before the latest events, access to Russian bonds had become increasingly restricted.


20.  US sanctions imposed in 2015 made future dollar-denominated Russian debt ineligible for many key investors and indexes. In April 2021, Biden banned US investors from buying new bonds in Russian rubles due to allegations of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.


21. Limitations have reduced Russia's foreign debt by 33 percent since early 2014 - from $ 733 billion to $ 489 billion in the third quarter of 2021.


22. The United States, the EU, and the United Kingdom have already imposed a freeze on assets, travel bans, and other restrictions on several Russian officials and businessmen.



23. The United States on Tuesday sanctioned Fradkov and Bortnikov, as well as Vladimir Kirienko, the son of a former prime minister.


24. On Thursday, Washington targeted other relatives of Putin, including Sergei Ivanov, the general manager of the Russian diamond mining company Alrosa; Andrei Patrushev, who held senior positions at Gazprom, and Ivan Sechin, deputy head of a department at the Rosneft energy company.


25. Biden said he would consider personal sanctions against Putin, a move that Moscow said would not personally harm the president, but would prove "politically destructive."


26. The United States and the EU have already imposed sanctions on Russia's energy and defense sectors. The state-owned gas company Gazprom, the oil subsidiary Gazpromneft and the oil producers Lukoil, Rosneft, and Surgutneftegaz face various export/import restrictions.


27. Sanctions could be deepened, with one possible option being to prevent companies from doing business in US dollars.


28. The United States has also imposed sanctions on the company responsible for building the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.


Sanctions imposed by the United Kingdom


29. Britain has announced it will ban the sale of Russian sovereign debt in London. Russia has issued sovereign debt in favor of 4.1 billion pounds since the beginning of 2020.


30. The United States and the United Kingdom have announced restrictions that, combined with previous sanctions, would effectively wipe out the vast majority of Russian banking assets in both countries. New targets include Sberbank and VTB Bank, Russia's largest banks.


31. The United Kingdom has announced sanctions against more than 100 Russian people and entities, including a freeze on assets and a travel ban for Elena Georgieva, chairwoman of Novikombank's board of directors; Piotr Fradkov, President of Promsvyazbank; Denis Bortnikov, VTB Vice President; Kirill Shamalov, the former son-in-law of President Vladimir Putin, and Yuri Sliusar of United Aircraft.


32. The UK will also introduce legislation limiting deposits that Russian citizens can hold in UK bank accounts. The limit will be £ 50,000.



33. The EU, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada are imposing sanctions on Putin, Lavrov, and the head of Russia's Central Command Point.


34. Setting a ceiling for deposits of Russian citizens in UK banks.


35. Following strong pressure from the British government, British Petroleum (BP) has announced that it is giving up one of Russia's largest foreign investments, a stake of about 20% in Rosneft and its associated joint ventures. According to analysts, this could cost BP $ 26 billion.


36. The Dutch-British group Shell also decided to give up its business in Russia and abandon the projects with Gazprom, which were valued, at the end of last year, at about 3 billion dollars.



   "The idea that Russia will not be affected is wrong. The negative effects may not be felt immediately, but the sanctions will slow down Russia's economy in the long run, "said Christopher Granville, CEO of TS Lombard.


    "Russia will essentially be treated as a hostile state, isolated from global flows, investments, and other normal economic interactions that create the standard of living, income, productivity, and profitability of companies," he added.


    Signs of economic vulnerability already exist. The income of Russian households is below the level of 2014, and in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual economic output was estimated at 1.66 trillion dollars, according to the World Bank, well below the 2.2 trillion dollars in 2013.


    Sergei Guriev, a professor of economics at Sciences Po in France and a former chief economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, pointed out that Russia's nominal GDP per capita is lower than in 2013.


    "In 2013, Russia was a high-income country and was actively negotiating to join the OECD. Russia has now returned to middle-income status, "he said.


Sanctions imposed by other states


37. The Federated States of Micronesia has announced the severance of diplomatic relations with Russia. Authorities stated support and solidarity with the Ukrainian people.


38. The National Bank of Ukraine has banned authorized institutions from conducting any foreign exchange transactions using Russian rubles and Belarusian rubles.


39. The Russian state media is now banned from advertising or monetizing Facebook "anywhere in the world." Nathaniel Gleicher, head of Facebook's security policy department, announced this.



40.. Russian state-owned companies will no longer be able to lend to global markets.


41. Imports of hi-tech services are reduced by 50%.


42. Eurovision organizers have excluded Russia from the competition.


43. The Czech Republic has announced the closure of two Russian consulates in the country and says it will not issue visas to Russian citizens.


44. UEFA moves this season's Champions League final from St. Petersburg, Russia to Paris in France.



45. Individual sanctions will be imposed on more than 100 people, entities, and subsidiaries, including Rostec, the country's largest defense company, which employs more than two million people and exports 10 billion pounds of arms a year, as well as four other companies. defense.


46. Introduction of new laws to ban the export of objects to Russia, including high-performance equipment - telecommunications and aerospace.


47. No more Apple in Russia, and no more Apple Pay.



48. The French from TotalEnergies and the Norwegians from Equinor have also announced that they will no longer invest in Russia, while OMV has announced that it will not continue talks with Gazprom to acquire a stake in a gas field in Siberia.


49. Russia's isolation is also compounded by the temporary shutdown by shipping giants Maersk and the Mediterranean Shipping Company of all container shipments to and from the country.


50. Russia's isolation is also compounded by the temporary shutdown by shipping giants Maersk and the Mediterranean Shipping Company of all container shipments to and from the country. Large car companies are also severing ties or revising their operations in Russia. Announcements were made by General Motors, Volvo, Ford, Audi, Jaguar, Cadillac, Aston Martin. On the other hand, the French Renault, which owns 68% of Russia's largest carmaker AvtoVaz, has only announced that it will suspend operations at the Moscow plant until March 5 due to "forced changes in current logistics routes."


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With Putin's threats on nuclear weapons, people have begun to worry and turn to Google for answers to questions about human safety and the damage that can be caused by a nuclear weapon. Bemorepanda has collected the 20 most frequently asked questions on Google in the last few days.


A nuclear bomb is an explosive weapon that uses nuclear reactions, either by nuclear fission or by fusion. These weapons can release huge amounts of energy, causing widespread destruction and death from a small amount of matter.


Nuclear weapons were first developed and used during World War II. J. Robert Oppenheimer led a scientific team that developed the first nuclear weapons. These weapons are extremely destructive and a bomb has the potential to kill millions of people and destroy the entire city.


Weapons work by releasing energy stored in the nuclei of atoms; large amounts of energy can be released from a relatively small amount of matter. There are two types of nuclear weapons: fission and thermonuclear. Fission bombs release energy through fission reactions when heavy nuclei are split into lighter nuclei, releasing energy. Thermonuclear bombs (also known as hydrogen bombs or H-Bombs) use both fission and fusion reactions. Fission reactions are used to trigger fusion reactions. A fusion reaction is when two light nuclei are combined to form a heavier nucleus. Most modern thermonuclear weapons use a reaction between two isotopes of hydrogen: deuterium and tritium. Most modern weapons are thermonuclear because they are more effective.


Top 20 questions about Nuclear Weapons



To date, two nuclear weapons have been used by the United States during the war. Towards the end of World War II, two bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The bombings killed 120,000 people, mostly civilians. The bomb dropped on Hiroshima, with an explosive impact of 15,000 tons of TNT, which destroyed 70% of the city's buildings. Ninety percent of the people at a distance of 500 meters from the explosion died of severe burns or high doses of radiation within three weeks. Those who survived the attack were more likely to have cancer than those who were not in town. The use of these bombs led to the end of World War II, but their use is still debated.


Countries that have nuclear weapons have them mainly as a deterrent. Having only nuclear weapons and threatening to use them is considered sufficient to prevent a country from attacking. There are currently nine countries considered to have nuclear weapons, with Russia and the United States having the majority of weapons. Many countries and international organizations, such as the United Nations, are calling for a reduction in the number of nuclear weapons or even complete international disarmament.


The hydrogen bomb is by far the most important weapon of mass destruction that man has ever invented. It is the most powerful type of nuclear weapon, even 2,000 times more powerful than the bombs detonated in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


The difference between a regular atomic bomb and a hydrogen bomb is the type of reaction. Type A atomic bombs release energy accumulated through the fission process (spontaneous or induced phenomenon of cleavage of a heavy atomic nucleus in several products with very high kinetic masses), while hydrogen bombs act by fusing the nuclei of tritium and deuterium. is, according to the explanatory dictionary, a nuclear reaction of merging two light nuclei to form a heavier nucleus).



1. How many nuclear bomb does Russia have?


Russia has the largest known nuclear arsenal in the world, with over 6,200 total weapons— roughly 1,458 strategic warheads on 527 ballistic missiles; 4,500 other warheads; and another 1,750 awaiting decommissioning.


2. Does Russia have a nuclear bomb?


The Federation of American Scientists estimates that Russia has 5,977 nuclear warheads, more than any other country. Of these, 1,588 are deployed and ready for use. Its missiles can be fired from land, by submarines and by airplanes.


3. How many nukes does Russia have in 2022?

4,477 nuclear warheads


Hans M Kristensen and Matt Korda, writing for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, stated: "As of early 2022, we estimate that Russia has a stockpile of approximately 4,477 nuclear warheads assigned for use by long-range strategic launchers and shorter-range tactical nuclear forces.


4. Who has the largest nuclear arsenal?



Russia has more nuclear weapons than any other nation on Earth, according to Hans Kristensen, director of the nuclear information project at the Federation of American Scientists. "We estimate that they have about 4,500 or so nuclear warheads in their military stockpile," he says.


5. Can Russia's nuclear weapons reach the United States?


New START limits all Russian deployed intercontinental-range nuclear weapons, including every Russian nuclear warhead that is loaded onto an intercontinental-range ballistic missile that can reach the United States in approximately 30 minutes.


6. Who gave the atomic bomb to Russia?

Klaus Fuchs


Klaus Fuchs, Physicist Who Gave Atomic Secrets to the Soviet, Dies at 76.


7. How many nuclear weapons does the US and Russia have?


The exact number of nuclear warheads is a state secret and is therefore a matter of guesswork. As of 2022, the Federation of American Scientists estimates that Russia possesses 5,977 nuclear weapons, while the United States has 5,428; Russia and the U.S. each have about 1,600 active deployed strategic nuclear warheads.


8. How many nuclear weapons does the US have?

5,550 nuclear weapons


The United States follows with 5,550 nuclear weapons in total, of which 1,389 are active, 2,361 are available, and 1,800 are retired.


9. Which countries have nuclear weapons in 2022?

Countries With Nuclear Weapons 2022


Russia - 6,255 nuclear warheads.

United States of America - 5,550 nuclear warheads.

China - 350 nuclear warheads.

France - 290 nuclear warheads.

United Kingdom - 225 nuclear warheads.

Pakistan - 165 nuclear warheads.

India - 156 nuclear warheads.

Israel - 90 nuclear warheads.


10. Can nuclear weapons be destroyed?


The only way to completely eliminate nuclear risks is to eliminate nuclear weapons from the planet. Roughly 9,000 nuclear weapons are hidden away in bunkers and missile siloes, stored in warehouses, at airfields and naval bases, and carried by dozens of submarines across the world.


11. Who has the largest nuclear weapon?



Russia has the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons in the world, but they are far from the only country with such deadly weapons at their command. Currently, the total number of global nuclear weapons is believed to be around 13,000.


12. Who has the best missiles in the world?


The DF-41 is currently the most powerful Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), developed in China. It is one of the deadliest ICBMs in the world. It is based on an 8-axle launcher vehicle and is similar in concept to Russian road-mobile ICBMs such as Topol-M and Yars.


13. Would a nuclear war destroy the world?


Such an attack would almost certainly destroy the entire economic, social, and military infrastructure of the target nation, and would probably have a devastating effect on Earth's biosphere.


14. Is Ukraine a nuclear weapon?


Kazakhstan has since acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Ukraine has acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Ukraine inherited "as many as 3,000" nuclear weapons when it became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991, making its nuclear arsenal the third-largest in the world.


15. What defense does the US have against nuclear weapons?

Ground-based Midcourse Defense


Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) is the only system currently deployed to defend the continental U.S., with 44 interceptors based in Alaska and California.


16. How did the Russians get nuclear technology?


The Soviets started experimenting with nuclear technology in 1943, and first tested a nuclear weapon in August 1949. Many of the fission-based devices left behind radioactive isotopes which have contaminated air, water and soil in the areas immediately surrounding, downwind and downstream of the blast site.


17. What cities would be nuked first?


Dr. Redlener identified six cities that have the greatest likelihood of being attacked: New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston.


18. Which country has the best defense system?


1) United States. Despite sequestration and other spending cuts, the United States spends more money — $601 billion — on defense than the next nine countries on Credit Suisse's index combined.


19. Can a nuclear war be won?


A weapon that can lead to self-destruction is not a weapon that can be used strategically. US President Reagan put it in clear words at the height of the Cold War: “A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought. The only value in our two nations possessing nuclear weapons is to make sure they will never be used.


20. How powerful is a nuclear bomb?


Drozdenko said US nukes generally had explosive yields equivalent to about 300 kilotons of TNT, while Russian nukes tended to range from 50 to 100 kilotons to 500 to 800 kilotons, though each country has more powerful nuclear weapons.




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One of the most frequent queries about the Russian president in search engines: "Putin's doubles." It turns out that many believe that in 2004, when they started talking about the terrible illness of the president, he died, and now someone else rules. We decided to show how Vladimir Vladimirovich has changed since 2004, and also talk about the versions that are circulating on the Web.

There has been talk about the president's twins for a long time. The most original debunkers even came up with names for each of the alleged doubles.

And indeed, if you compare photos of the 2000s and 2010s, you can find differences - the shape of the eyes, nasolabial folds, wrinkles on the forehead, the shape of the ears, even the hairline. Whistleblowers believe that one of the main differences from the "original" is that the president "forgot" the German language, which he spoke perfectly at the beginning of his career. Age is to blame or the presence of twins is food for thought.

There is also another amazing fact: Putin does not sign on official documents, there is already a copy of the signature. This was proved by the head of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan at the summit, where he signed a document on collective security. Pashinyan even took a photo of the document and posted the photo on his Facebook. All the signatures on it were made with a blue pen, except for Vladimir Putin's stroke - instead of it there was an autograph, similar to a facsimile. Also, the head of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, repeatedly mentioned Putin's doubles, in one of his interviews he admitted that at one of the meetings with the President of the Russian Federation, he saw not Putin, but his double, who allegedly betrayed his eyes.

Vladimir Vladimirovich was even asked about twins in one of his last interviews, to which the president replied that he had never had them, even though he was offered to use such a privilege in times of terrorism.

It is believed that the latest achievements of science are used to prepare twins. And a whole team of plastic surgeons and psychologists of the highest level is working on the creation of realistic presidents. Moreover, the clinic itself is located not in Moscow, but in Sochi. And the interior of the office completely copies the original presidential office in the Kremlin. The author of the video suggests that it is for this reason that the president spends so much time in Sochi, on the seashore.

Information that the president resorted to plastic surgery also took place, but in response to this, the media offered to watch a video where the head of state in 2013 speaks with delegates from Germany through an interpreter. Putin himself in his youth worked in the GDR in counterintelligence and is fluent in German, and the man who looked like Putin who negotiated clearly did not understand the foreigner’s speech, which caused a new flurry of doubts on the network. In this regard, the voters have an absolutely logical question: where is the real Putin?

The answer to this was given by multiple media, which say that Putin was replaced by a double of the hidden authorities of Russia, that is, the richest businessmen, when their vision of governing the country began to diverge from the actions of Vladimir Vladimirovich.

There are many photos on the network that say that Putin is not real. Evidence of the substitution of the President some years ago was published by the website, which posted a long interview with the President's ex-wife, Lyudmila Putina. A statement on behalf of the former first lady of the country says that Putin died, and she and her children were persecuted for a long time, after which she divorced the one who was put in the place of her husband. According to the wife of the head of state, there are many people pretending to be the President, and all of these are Putin's doubles. After the divorce, the woman could not immediately publish the evidence, as she was afraid for her life.

She claims that her ex-husband was put on the "deadline", the richest people in Russia making this decision because he would not have served them as expected. It is well known that Putin had several impersonators, and when one of them came to play the role of the Russian leader well enough, he would have taken his place. Ludmila recounted in detail the last night spent by the real Putin with his girls, and then detailed how the Russian agents ransacked his house, in search of secret papers, to which only the president would have had access.

Despite the grandiloquent style, anguish and many facts, Lyudmila Putina's "confession" was recognized as not real, simply a fake, but many users continue to believe in the substitution story.

The one who now leads Russia would be an impersonator of his, approved by the financially powerful people in Russia. Although unlikely, the revelation fuels speculation in March 2015 of Putin's disappearance. Journalist Tania Rahmanova was the first to claim that a coup had taken place in Moscow and that the former KGB officer had been killed, and was replaced by an impersonator to carry out the wishes of Russia's elites. Seen by many as an eccentric, the journalist found her story confirmed by Putin's ex-wife, Ludmila. She currently lives with her daughters abroad, under false identities, but has apparently agreed to talk about one of the most controversial topics in recent years.

It all happened on March 15, 2015, when exactly the newspapers speculated that he was seriously ill. After a brief period of uncertainty, Putin was seen in public again, but according to his ex-wife, he was nothing more than an impersonator who interpreted almost perfectly every gesture of the Russian president.

It should be noted that Alexei Navalny, one of Putin's opponents, has repeatedly pointed out that Putin would not appear at many important events, preferring to send an impersonator. According to Ludmila, this individual, who looks strikingly like Putin - but who has a scar on his eyebrow so that the similarities are not perfect - would have become, at the request of the Russian elites, one of the most powerful people in the world. In fact, only a powerful puppet, commanded from the shadows by Russian billionaires.

Even if the hypothesis seems rather phantasmagoric, many leaders have had doubles over time.

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Ukraine's eighth day of war has been difficult but optimistic, said President Zelensky's adviser Aleksey Arestovich last night. Near Nikolaev, the invaders were bombed from Grads facilities. In Kherson, the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed about 1,000 assailants, 20 helicopters, 200 cars. In Gostomel, two street fights took place, Ukrainian defenders destroyed a concentration of troops.


Bemorepanda collected 10 videos that are showing the reality behind the situation in Ukraine.


Russian troops arrived in the center of the Ukrainian port of Kherson on Thursday, the first major accomplishment of the invasion launched last Thursday, and in the capital Kyiv and other big cities, the occupation forces continued the destructive bombing, without significant troop movements, probably due to logistical problems. . A Ukrainian delegation has left for a second round of talks with Russian ceasefire officials. A fire broke out on Friday morning at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest of its kind in Europe, after a bombardment by Russian troops, causing concern around the world.





The United Nations says one million people have fled their homes in Ukraine to Poland and other neighboring countries.


The United Nations has overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine and calling for the immediate withdrawal of its forces, in a global expression of outrage that has highlighted Russia's growing isolation.


At an emergency session of the UN General Assembly, 141 of the 193 member states voted in favor of the resolution, 35 abstained and five voted against.





The only countries that voted in favor of Moscow were Belarus, North Korea, Eritrea and Syria.


Russia's longtime allies, Cuba and Venezuela have joined China in refraining.


It is the first time in the last 40 years that the Security Council has sent the General Assembly to discuss a crisis and the 11th emergency session since 1950 and so far, writes The Guardian.


The General Assembly was convened after the Security Council, due to the lack of unanimity of the permanent members, failed to exercise its main function of acting appropriately for the maintenance of international peace and security.





"It will not stop the Russian forces in their tracks, but it is a big diplomatic victory for the Ukrainians and the United States and for all those who supported them," said Richard Gowan, UN director at the International Crisis Group.


The Russians have captured the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson, while the International Court of Justice has opened an investigation into the allegations of genocide and will hold public hearings starting next week. Kyiv resists the siege of Russian troops, and the city of Mariupol is surrounded. One million Ukrainians have left the country since the beginning of the invasion, and Russia has changed its military strategy and is pursuing the slow annihilation of the Ukrainian army.


 About 150 public radio stations in Europe will broadcast the song "Give Peace a Chance" on Friday at 07:45 GMT, the European Radio and Television Union (EBU) announced.




The famous song, composed by John Lennon, will be heard in more than 25 countries, including Ukraine, and private radio stations can join the initiative, according to EBU.


Ukrainian authorities say Russian bombings in the city of Toretsk (Donetsk region) have hit a gas pipeline, leaving more than 15,000 people without heat. 400 homes, 8 schools, 9 kindergartens and 10 hospitals are affected, according to the Emergency Service




women, a lot of children, people who want to escape the horror of war. In the city, since 4 in the morning, anti-aircraft sirens sounded, a sound that is heard more and more often in the city. Many people have nowhere to flee and are trying to find a safe place.


Inside the Odessa train station, the images are even more dramatic, with thousands of children fleeing the horrors of war. I don't know when they will return and if they will have a place to return.





Many Ukrainians who are at the station on Friday at noon say they want to go to Poland and look for accommodation there.


To find their loved ones alive is the greatest wish of the Ukrainians who are now fleeing, hoping that they will escape the war. It is extremely difficult for them, because they leave behind their house, their fortune, their grandparents and they pray to survive until they manage to buy a ticket back, with which to return home, to their relatives, to their homes.




Images from the Odessa train station are painful and difficult to describe in words. It is an atmosphere of deep pain and emotion. People say that they do not know what is happening to them and why they have to witness this conflict that they do not understand and they wonder when this nightmare that they are living will end.


There are a lot of simple people in Odessa who say they can't go to other cities because they don't have enough money to get safely elsewhere.




They end up playing a lottery, where the price is their own life and they pray to God to survive.


In Odessa there are also tourists, but also foreign students who came to study at the Maritime University, a prestigious university, and who want to save their lives, it is very difficult for them to keep in touch with relatives, parents, because the phone signal is very weak and frequently falls in the area.



There are a lot of armed soldiers on the streets, ready to open fire if they don't understand clearly who you are and why you are in the area. There are soldiers who want to protect their families. There are a lot of volunteers in the army, defense groups of the city, made up of simple people, who went out on the street at night with hunting weapons and who say they are not ready to give up, do not want to give up and will defend their country and each centimeter of territory.




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