Russia This Week: Military Parade on Red Square Re-enacts November 7, 1941 (November 1-7, 2014)

November 7, 2014
Red Square, November 7, 2014. Photo by RIA Novosti

Updated Daily.This Week’s Issue:

Ekho Moskvy Journalist Fired for Tweet about Death of Kremlin Administration Chief’s Son, Broadcast on Donetsk Airport
Russian Reserves Down 20 Percent As Ruble Tumbles
US Prosecutors Open Money-Laundering Investigation of Putin Associate Gennady Timchenko
Suspects in Murder of Moscow Region Policemen May Have Fought in the Donbass
Actor Aleksei Devotchenko Found Dead In Moscow
Russian Human Rights Activist Barred From Entry to Ukraine
Russia Test-Fires Submarine-Launched ICBM In Barents Sea
Low Turnout for ‘Russian March,’ High Turnout for ‘National Unity Day’
Facing Some Reprisals, Ultranationalists Split on Eve of ‘Russian March’
Thriving on Forums, Paid Kremlin Trolls Move Into New Offices

Last Week’s Issue:

The Value of the Ruble is Falling, Along with the Price of Oil
Russian Censorship Agency Strikes Ekho Moskvy News Site, Removes Article on Donetsk Airport
Russian Reporter Publishes List of ‘Most Authoritative Russians’ – from Human Rights Heroes to Victimizers
Russian Actor with ‘Press’ Identifier Filmed Shooting at Donetsk Airport
France Denies It Agreed to Ship Mistral to Russia; Bulava Nuclear Test Missile Launches
Chechen Political Exilee Abducted, Tortured by Russian Agents in Strasbourg: Time
Memorial Activists Recall Victims of Communist Regime — and Count Today’s Political Prisoners
Kremlin Spokesman Refutes Rumors of Putin’s Ill Health
Putin’s Ratings Decline for First Time This Year
Two Russian Mercenaries Sentenced For Fighting For Assad In Syria
Anti-War Intelligentsia Protest TV Hatred Against Ukraine; Activists Launch Anti-Fascist Video Campaign
Russian Nationalists Granted Permit to March in Moscow Suburb

Previous Week’s Issue:

TV Rain Selects Most-Discussed Quotations from Putin’s Speech
At Valdai, Putin Lauded by Sycophants and ‘Realists’
Russian Soldiers Still in Ukraine; Kremlin Announces Compensation for Missing and Killed Servicemen
Former Editor Launches Medusa in Riga; TV Rain Evicted in Moscow
Putin’s Neo-Imperialism and the Price of Oil

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