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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation announced the release of the hostages held in the mosque in Mariupol 

In Mariupol, an operation was carried out to free the hostages held by the nationalists in Mariupol. As a result, 29 militants were killed. This was announced on April 17 during a briefing by the representative of the RF Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov. “In the course of offensive actions to liberate the city of Mariupol, at the request of the President

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Germany accuses Ukrainian ambassador of spreading conspiracy theories 

Ukrainian Ambassador to Berlin Andriy Melnyk is spreading conspiracy theories to discredit German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. This was stated by former German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel to Spiegel on April 17. A much more dangerous version of the conspiracy theory is the assertion by the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andriy Melnyk, that President Frank-Walter Steinmeier allegedly “created a web of contacts with Russia

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Turkey may launch airline exclusively for Russian tourists

Turkey considering $300-million investment to boost tourism amid sanctions In an attempt to protect one of its most critical industries, tourism, the Turkish government is reportedly planning to launch three programs aimed at increasing the number of Russian guests at the country’s resorts. The conflict in Ukraine led to sanctions on Russia-linked companies, which has made it difficult for tour

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Moscow promises to spare the lives of “nationalist militants” and “foreign mercenaries” in Mariupol 

The Russian Defense Ministry has called on the remaining Ukrainian forces, besieged at a steel plant in the coastal city of Mariupol, to lay down their arms, offering safety guarantees, if they accept the proposal and halt all hostilities on Sunday morning. “Considering the catastrophic situation at the Azovstal metallurgical plant, and being guided by purely humane principles, the Russian

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Government employee sacked over contacting Crimestoppers helping with murder case 

Transport for NSW was warned by one of its own top bureaucrats that it couldn’t pursue an employee for passing confidential information to police to assist a murder investigation, before it sacked him anyway with disastrous results. Internal misgivings about the grounds for terminating the employee are laid bare in a trove of sensitive departmental documents tabled to NSW parliament

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DPRK-linked hackers are responsible for $620 million theft, according to FBI  

The FBI has pinned a massive cryptocurrency heist – targeting players of the game Axie Infinity – on North Korea, announcing on Thursday that hackers tied to the country, including the so-called Lazarus Group, were responsible. They were able to steal the funds through Axie Infinity’s Ronin Network, which lets users transfer their crypto in and out of the program.

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The US should compensate France for losses if the EU bans Russian energy carriers, says French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen  

The Americans, who will sell us liquefied gas and get a solid profit from it, could transfer money to France as compensation for anti-Russia sanctions,” Le Pen said, noting that Washington is pressuring the EU to sanction Russian energy carriers. The bloc placed multiple sanctions on Russia after Moscow launched a military operation in neighboring Ukraine. The operation has been

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