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Russian Military

7 Jan
The Kremlin is facing unprecedented criticism after one of the deadliest attacks on its troops since the Ukraine war began. Kyiv, and Russian bloggers, claim the death toll is in the hundreds.
2 Oct
President Putin's decision to partially mobilize Russian reservists has sparked a mass exodus of men trying to avoid the fighting in Ukraine. Juri Rescheto reports from Riga.
4 Sep
Despite the war in Ukraine, Russia is sending tens of thousands of troops east to participate in the Vostok 2022 military exercises. They are intended as a clear signal to the West.
3 Jun 2020
President Vladimir Putin has called for talks with the Syrian government over expanding Russian military facilities in the country. Moscow currently operates an air base and naval port in Syria.
18 Aug 2019
An explosion at a Russian military facility caused a spike in radiation levels. Some believe the incident occurred during the test of a new nuclear-powered cruise missile. What do we know about this weapon?
18 Aug 2018
Russian military intercept 45 terrorists' UAVs in last month: official.

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