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1 Ukrainian Soldier Killed, 2 Wounded; Moscow Murderer/Suicide Reportedly Fought in Donbass

January 14, 2017

Russia-backed fighters shelled Ukrainian positions 34 times all along the front line, with one Ukrainian soldier killed and two wounded.

3 Ukrainian Soldiers Wounded in Battle; 1 Civilian Injured in Shelling of Maryinka by Russia-Backed Militants

January 12, 2017

Three Ukrainian soldiers were wounded today on the front line in 38 attacks, the ATO reported. One civilian woman was also injured in shelling by Russia-backed forces in Maryinka.

Fontanka Investigates Russian Mercenaries Dying For Putin In Syria And Ukraine

March 29, 2016

Russian “private military contractors” (PMCs) are leading major battles, first in Ukraine and now in Syria, reports Fontanka, an independent Saint Petersburg newspaper

Putin in Syria: Friends And Family Reject Official Claims That Soldier Committed Suicide In Syria

October 28, 2015

LIVE UPDATES: Vadim Kostenko, a Russian Air Force serviceman who died in Syria on Saturday, is being buried today. Friends and family insist that the government is lying about his cause of death. The previous post in our Putin in Syria column can be found here.

Putin in Syria: Russian Serviceman Confirmed Killed In Syria

October 27, 2015

LIVE UPDATES: Relatives have confirmed that Vadim Kostenko, a contract serviceman in the Russian Air Force, was killed on October 24 while on duty in Syria. The previous post in our Putin in Syria column can be found here.

Assessing ‘Putin.War’ — A Look At the Last Investigation By Boris Nemtsov and His Colleagues

May 28, 2015

On May 28, the English-language edition of Putin.War, the report opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was working on when he was assassinated was released in Washington, DC. It was prepared by the Free Russia Foundation and translated by The Interpreter‘s Catherine A. Fitzpatrick. A meeting was held at the Atlantic Council to present the report, where […]

Russia Update: Jury Delivers ‘Guilty’ Verdict for 3 in Russian Nationalists BORN Case

March 31, 2015

Welcome to our column, Russia Update, where we will be closely following day-to-day developments in Russia, including the Russian government’s foreign and domestic policies. The previous issue is here. The colleagues of slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov have provided more details about the report he was working on before his death about the Russian military […]