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1. Capital Taking Flight

15,000 millionaires are predicted to flee Russia by the end of 2022. 

Tags: economy, russian military, war in ukraine, Ukraine, wealth
2. Facts and Figures From the War: Losses and Ukrainian Refugees

A round-up of some facts and figures regarding fleeing civilians and lost material from the Russian war on Ukraine. 

Tags: refugees, russian military, military, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
3. A Peace-Loving Priest

A St. Petersburg priest faces up to ten years in prison for speaking out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. 

Tags: dissent, opposition, russian military, war in ukraine, Ukraine, religion, st. petersburg
4. Facts and Figures From the War: Russian Losses

A round-up of some facts and figures regarding Russian losses from the Russian war on Ukraine. 

Tags: economy, russian military, war in ukraine, Ukraine
5. Forced Integration through Passportization

A presidential decree aims to integrate the inhabitants of conquered Ukrainian regions through a streamlined passport process.

Tags: passport, russian military, international relations, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
6. Russian Troops Storm Mariupol

Russian troops have begun to storm the Mariupol steel plant in Ukraine. 

Tags: russian military, military, mariupol, Ukraine, war in ukraine
7. Signed, a Foreign Agent

Artist Daria Apakhonchich illustrated her quarterly report to the Ministry of Justice with her thoughts about the war in Ukraine. 

Tags: russian military, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine, ministry of justice, art
8. Soldiers Flee Chernobyl Radiation

Russian soldiers are fleeing Chernobyl fortifications due to claims of radiation sickness. 

Tags: Chernobyl, soldiers, russian military, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
9. The Russian Spring Draft

Vladimir Putin recently called for 134,500 new army conscripts. 

Tags: draft, russian military, war in ukraine, Ukraine, vladimir putin
10. Annihilating Mariupol: When is it a War Crime?

At least eighty percent of Mariupol has been destroyed or damaged. An account of what has happened in the city through the eyes of two refugees – Alla, 87 years old, and Denis Hulai, 24 – both of whom managed to escape with their families.

Tags: russian military, ukraine, refugees, evacuation, tragedy, mariupol, war in ukraine, war

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