Atle Staalesen

According to the leader of a major relief effort organised in Murmansk, the Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine are starving and often do not have proper clothes and shoes.
June 27, 2022
The protection of national interests in the border areas is gaining extraordinary importance, says Secretary of Russia's Security Council.
June 24, 2022
Viktor Vorobyev has been arrested for his participation in an anti-war rally and repeatedly bashed Putin's regional establishment. In April, the member of the State Council in the Komi Republic became the first Russian regional legislator to be put on the country's list of so-called Foreign Agents.
June 22, 2022
Governor Vladimir Uyba and his Komi Republic might get responsibility for rebuilding of healthcare in Luhansk.
June 22, 2022
A great Flood is on its way from the West, Igor Sechin warns. He finds salvation in Arctic project Vostok Oil.
June 20, 2022
Russia's brand new icebreaker "Sibir" this week broke through the most icy parts of the Northern Sea Route. Western sanctions will make the Arctic route to Asia more important, Moscow argues
June 17, 2022
"What a splendid mural has appeared in Gadzhievo," regional Governor Andrei Chibis exclaims after painters hastily redesigned the house wall in the Northern Fleet base.
June 17, 2022
U.S oil service company Baker Hughes will no longer provide engineering services to Russian LNG developers. That creates another serious headache for Novatek owner Leonid Mikhelson and his LNG projects in the Arctic.
June 16, 2022
Flames goes hundreds of meters into the sky as a fire hits the Urengoy field in Russia's North.
June 16, 2022
Shortly after Irina Bystrova had posted an anti-war message on her social media page, FSB agents came to her home and detained her. The cultural school teacher from Karelia is one of thousands of Russians arrested and punished for opposition to war.
June 15, 2022