Russian ‘big coup’ in Ukraine: Tons of looted items


Russia appropriates Ukraine’s grains and sells them covertly to have an additional source of income in the face of strong international sanctions

Two farmers plant sunflowers in the town of Cherkaska Lozova, on the outskirts of Kharkov.
Two farmers plant sunflowers in the town of Cherkaska Lozova, on the outskirts of Kharkov.AP

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Last April 27, a large bulk carrier departed Crimea and shut down its transponder. Slowly and quietly, that metal beast called Matros PozinichCrossed the Black Sea, in honor of a Russian soldier killed in the Syrian War

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