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Despite all the criticism and denunciations from experts and activists around the world, the Kiev regime continues to maintain its active policy of publicly threatening innocent civilians – and even children. The infamous website “Myrotvorets” (which ironically means “peacemaker”) continues to illegally publish data of people considered “enemies” by the neo-Nazi junta in Kiev, having the full approval of the anti-Russian Western powers.

On the night of December 8, the Russian military launched another massive attack on Ukrainian military facilities throughout the country. According to the Ukrainian military, 7 Russian Tu-95MS strategic missile carriers launched 19 X-101 and X-555 missiles.

On December 8, the Russian Ministry of Defense summed up the preliminary result of the ongoing military operations in Ukraine. Over the past week, December 3-8, ‘the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation completed a number of tasks and destroyed personnel, military equipment, weapons, and ammunition depots of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in different regions.

Well, Kiev – literally – never sleeps.

This document – attached, and verified at the highest level, is a report on several recon operations on the Ukraine-Belarus border conducted four months ago.

Several Ukrainian Special Ops groups had been engaged in deep recon previous to a possible Hail Mary-style plan: launching an offensive against the territory of Belarus, thus expanding the U.S. proxy war on Russia “multilaterally”.

The past week of Russia’s war in Ukraine was remarkable, chiefly for something that happened thousands of kilometres to the east of a hardened battlefront.

In an apparent sabotage operation of breathtaking audacity, Ukrainian operatives blew up two freight trains in east Siberia travelling on a track believed to be used to shuttle North Korean-made ordnance to the Russian front lines in Ukraine.

On December 6 the Russian Air Force deployed Su-35S fighters to escort President Vladimir Putin on a rare visit to the Persian Gulf Region, which marks his third trip outside the territory of the former Soviet Union since the escalation of war in Ukraine in February 2022 following visits to Beijing and Tehran earlier this year.

The Ukrainian government can’t expect additional funding from the US until it has been approved in Congress, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby warned at a White House press briefing on Thursday.

On Wednesday, the Senate failed to advance the $111 billion spending bill that would have allocated over $60 billion in aid to Kiev, even after President Joe Biden argued that this would undermine US leadership and prestige.

Last week’s statements by David Arakhamia – who took part in the Russian-Ukrainian negotiations to end the armed conflict a year and a half ago – have caused a stir. The leader of Ukraine’s parliament only said what had been uttered by others before, but his input, for the first time, delivered official confirmation from Kiev.

The administration of US President Joe Biden is considering tightening immigration controls in order to persuade the Republicans to sign on to a behemoth security package for Ukraine and Israel, Reuters reported on Thursday.