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Latvia against Peter Aven and Mikhail Fridman

Governance21.06.2024

The Latvian government intends to appeal the EU Court's decision to lift some sanctions against Russian oligarchs Peter Aven and Mikhail Fridman.

Igor Rotenberg will remain under sanctions

Governance21.06.2024

The EU Court of Justice rejected the Russian oligarch's complaint against being included in the sanctions list.

It’s too early to sell the yacht of oligarch Suleiman Kerimov

Governance15.06.2024

A US court did not allow the federal government to sell the confiscated Amadea yacht.

The court banned the media from calling oligarch Usmanov the owner of the villa

Governance15.06.2024

A German court has ruled against a newspaper’s claim that sanctioned billionaire Alisher Usmanov is the owner of a luxury property in Bavaria, after Usmanov became the subject of an investigation based on allegations that he owned real estate in Germany.

Roman Abramovich shared his mother-in-law with Murdoch

Society05.06.2024

The 93-year-old media mogul married 67-year-old Elena Zhukova.

Austria may be left without gas from Russia

Business25.05.2024

If a court in the EU forces OMV to suspend payments to Gazprom, then Austria may lose Russian gas supplies.

Switzerland welcomes Russian oligarchs

Business07.05.2024

How Swiss bank clients with Russian passports kept their ruble accounts.

Gazprom went into the red

Business02.05.2024

Instead of the expected profit of 450 billion rubles, the “national treasure of Russia” showed a loss of almost 630 billion rubles.

Putin's oligarchs are entrenched on the Cote d'Azur

Business29.04.2024

The families and loved ones of Vladimir Yevtushenkov, Vladimir Lisin, Arkady Rotenberg, Vladimir Potanin, Viktor Vekselberg, Roman Abramovich and many others feel great in French Provence.

The European Union will refuse Russian LNG

Business22.04.2024

Europe plans to ban LNG imports from Russia as early as 2024.

Putin's oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov evaded international sanctions

Business22.04.2024

The odious Russian oligarch managed not to fall under international sanctions and not arouse the interest of the Kremlin.

The ex-wife of Vladimir Putin was left without a villa in France

Governance18.04.2024

The villa of Lyudmila Putina and her new husband, Andrei Ocheretny, was arrested in Biarritz. In France, they are also preparing to arrest the villas of the Rotenberg brothers, Gennady Timchenko and the criminal duo Oleg and Sergei Toni, who stole from Russian Railways for Montapot Castle.

Russian oligarchs and officials ordered the whitewashing of their reputations

Internet15.04.2024

Dmitry Pumpyansky, Igor Altushkin, Sergei Chemezov, Andrey Skoch, Alisher Usmanov, God Nisanov, Maria Vorontsova, Katerina Tikhonova and many others paid for the change of their biographies on Wikipedia.

Putin's oligarchs and managers are buying Maltese citizenship

Officials12.04.2024

Many people who are beneficiaries of the political regime in Russia have received Maltese passports.

Vladimir Putin will cut imports for Russians

Governance02.04.2024

The head of the Russian Federation demanded that the share of imports in the economy be reduced to the level of the late Soviet Union - 17%. The government does not have enough currency, which is used to finance the war with Ukraine.

Norilsk Nickel is poisoning global business with its toxicity

Business02.04.2024

The Russian company was not subject to sanctions, but most foreign banks refuse to work with it due to toxicity.

Leonid Mikhelson and Gennady Timchenko choked on gas

Business02.04.2024

Novatek has sharply reduced gas production at the Arctic LNG 2 project due to the lack of gas carriers.

The Kremlin mafia's common fund is filling up in Vienna

Business21.03.2024

The company of “Putin’s friends” easily earns billions of euros from Austria.

The wife of the head of the Russian Gazprombank Akimov does not leave the USA and Europe

Business18.03.2024

She is not under sanctions and travels using a Cypriot passport.

European companies bypassed sanctions against Russia

Business16.03.2024

In 2022-2023, German, Italian, and French companies supplied equipment worth 580 million euros for the Arctic LNG-2 project.

Ukraine destroys Russian oil refineries

Governance15.03.2024

In 2024, 7 Russian oil refineries, providing up to a third of the country’s petroleum product production, were attacked by Ukrainian drones.

Russian regions increased payments to Putin's mercenaries

Governance15.03.2024

The cost of a one-time payment for signing a contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation from Russian regions has increased to 225 thousand rubles. Over the year it has grown 1.5 times.

The Russian army lacks weapons

Governance28.02.2024

The state defense order in 2023 was completed by 98%, but there is still not enough equipment.

Leonid Mikhelson and Gennady Timchenko emitted liquefied gas

Business21.02.2024

The projects of their company Novatek, including the newest Arctic LNG-2, were left without gas carriers for years to come due to the war against Ukraine and US sanctions.

The son of the president of Rosneft died in Moscow

Society20.02.2024

Presumably, Ivan Sechin died from a detached blood clot.

Alexei Navalny did not survive in the "Polar Wolf"

Society16.02.2024

Russia was left without the most famous opposition figure to the existing Putin regime.

Roman Abramovich invested in deep secrecy

Business18.01.2024

The billionaire has invested more than $60 million in European startups.

Ukraine puts pro-Ukrainian billionaire Mikhail Fridman on the wanted list

Governance21.12.2023

The oligarch financed the Ukrainian and Russian armies.