Source Pravda.Ru

Press-release: Russia’s first Internet newspaper celebrates its third birthday

In fact, PRAVDA.Ru started publishing materials about three months before the official launching of the Internet-newspaper. Our first readers appeared in 1998, when the international situation involving Iraq was rather strained.

The decision to create an independent Internet-newspaper was made then. We have been publishing a daily version of PRAVDA.Ru since January 27, 1999. It is interesting to note that the new edition is supported by the veterans who had already been working with the Pravda newspaper for several years. The project was started by Stanislav Pastukhov; Vladimir Chertkov; Vasily Izgarshev; Alexander Golovenko; and certainly Pravda’s most popular photographer over the last 30 years, Maya Skurikhina. Former Deputy Editor-in-chief of the Pravda newspaper Vadim Gorshenin is the head of the new Internet-newspaper.

Experts predict string of quarantines in Russia before 2021

Russia is going to see four scenarios with the development of the coronavirus pandemic. The most probable one of them is described as push-and-pull: repeated waves of morbidity and a string of quarantines until 2021.

European Court of Human Rights: Promoting filth and insolence

European Court of Human Rights: Promoting filth and insolence

Russian Foreign Ministry on Syria, Ukraine and Britain

Russian Foreign Ministry on Syria, Ukraine and Britain

Russian special services detain Hizb ut-Tahrir members in Crimea

The Russian special services have detained adherents of the Hizb ut-Tahrir extremist Islamist oraganization in the Crimean region of Bakhchisarai.

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov in serious condition due to COVID-19

Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, who, according to unconfirmed reports, was hospitalized after he had his lungs deteriorated as a result of the coronavirus infection, is in serious condition.