Prison doctors have decided to transfer Russia's main opposition leader Alexei Navalny to hospital, its prison authority said on Monday, 20 days into a hunger strike that has brought international warnings of consequences should he die in jail. Lauren Anthony has more.
CNN’s John Avlon takes a look at how right-wing media parroted former President Trump’s soft stance towards Russian President Vladimir Putin and asks whether these deflections will continue as President Biden adopts a more stern rhetoric towards Russia.
Former President Donald Trump warned voters that if they elected Joe Biden, the stock market would crash and would “see a depression.” CNN’s Christine Romans says the opposite has happened as the the markets are near all-time highs.
Apple will bring social media app Parler, favored by U.S conservatives, back to its App Store after the iPhone maker pulled it following the deadly Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, according to a letter sent to two Republican lawmakers. This report produced by Freddie Joyner.
Chuck Hagel, former Republican senator and defense secretary under former President Barack Obama, talks to CNN’s Jim Acosta about former President Donald’s Trump’s scrutiny of President Joe Biden’s timeline for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan.
Germany, represented by Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, holds a national memorial service in a Berlin concert hall for its nearly 80,000 victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a legislation allowing him to hold office for two additional six-year terms until the year 2036. Why do Russians keep the strongman in power?
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A russian sci-fi fan loves The Mandalorian series so much he built his own spaceship. Ayaal Fedorov and his friends set about building a huge replica of the razor crest vehicle which features in the Disney Star Wars show. The 28-year-old was then able to transport the impressive ship to the top of a hill in his freezing home city of Yakutsk in east Siberia. Ayaal used all his savings and sold his car to finance the project as well as getting funding from star wars fans online. Ayaal tells Cover-Images.Com: “We needed 30 people to get the ship out of hangar, after it was transported to hill. It took us 4 days to fix Razor Crest there in -30°c."
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Another massive crater appeared violently and explosively in the Siberian tundra in 2020, leaving a gaping circular scar in the empty and eerie landscape. It was the 17th hole to appear in the Russian Arctic since the first was spotted in 2013.