1. US soldier jailed in Russia was pursuing girlfriend

    By Josh Marcus A US Army sergeant who was arrested in Russia last week was going through a divorce at the time he travelled without authorisation to follow a new girlfriend to Russia, where the woman later accused him of theft, leading to his arrest. The revelation, based on commen
  2. US Ambassador to Russia visits jailed reporter Evan Gershkovich

    By Lance Luo The United States Embassy in Moscow said on Dec. 15 that Ambassador Lynne Tracy visited Evan Gershkovich, a U.S. citizen and Wall Street Journal reporter currently detained in Russia on espionage charges he denies. Gershkovich was arrested on Mar. 29 by Russi
  3. An American ‘Putin propagandist’ was jailed in Ukraine. Tucker Carlson and Elon Musk want him freed.

    By John Bowden Gonzalo Lira may just become the far right’s Brittney Griner. The YouTuber and contributor to the far-right Zero Hedge finance and news blog remains imprisoned in Ukraine after his arrest earlier this year on charges of disseminating pro-Russian propaganda during war
  4. Ethereum Shorts Face $27M Blow, Bitcoin Longs See Liquidations; Blackstone, Digital Realty Announce $7B Data Center Partnership - Top Headlines Today While US Was Sleeping

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  5. Putin makes rare foreign visit to UAE as Ukraine war grinds on

    By Anna Chernova and Christian Edwards, CNN Russian President Vladimir Putin said relations with the United Arab Emirates were at an all-time high during his first visit to the Middle East since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine nearly two years ago. Putin praised cooperation betw