Ukraine. Russia a few days or hours after declaring victory in the entire Donbass region

Russian troops are about to close the siege of the city of Severodonetsk, and the next few days will be decisive in Ukraine’s effort to repel a final assault that will see one of Moscow’s main objectives achieved, this after having been forced to review its offensive campaign in the neighboring country, after the colossal … Read more

Russia a few days or hours after declaring victory in the entire Donbass region

Russian troops are about to close the siege of the city of Severodonetsk, and the next few days will be decisive in Ukraine’s effort to repel a final assault that will see one of Moscow’s main objectives achieved, this after having been forced to review its offensive campaign in the neighboring country, after the colossal … Read more

Exclusive: How cryptocurrency tech could help prove Russia committed war crimes

A case based on cryptography was presented to the International Criminal Court. And that can change the course of investigations. In early March, a Telegram user posted a photo of a wrecked school in the outskirts of Kharkiv, Ukraine. The photograph showed the side of a classroom with a large borehole and a pile of … Read more

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II promises to elevate everything the franchise has ever done

Year after year and the deductible Call of Duty comes with a new version. One way or another, the games in the series always bring innovations. Two Thousand and Nineteen was special for the series, because Call of Duty: Modern Warfare it was the best-selling game of that year, and it really could have won … Read more

Putin has time – and it could decide the outcome of the war

ANALYSIS 100 days of war later, Putin is counting on the world’s indifference Travel back in time to February 23, the day before Russia launched its all-out invasion of Ukraine. One might be tempted to guess that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s days were numbered. After all, the Russian army was about ten times larger than … Read more

Fuel bottlenecks, gas rationing: the world could be heading for a ’70s-style energy crisis – or worse

ANALYSIS. The global economy has, in part, been able to withstand rising energy prices. But prices could continue to rise to unsustainable levels under Russian sanctions. Supply shortages could lead to hard choices, including rationing. The world is grappling with gravity-defying energy price spikes in everything from gasoline and natural gas to coal. Some fear … Read more

Four days trapped in the “House of Horrors”. The former US soldier fighting in Ukraine was so close to the Russians he could hear them walking on glass

The foreign soldiers spent “four miserable days” hardly sleeping, under Russian artillery and heavy infantry. Kevin, a stocky American in his thirties, climbs the charred rubble of an old sauna and flashes the light from his iPhone through the dust. “Let’s stop here, because this thread is intentionally tied to something and buried here,” he … Read more

Paulo Portas: “The fall of Azovstal was the most important political moment for the Russians, after the capture of Kherson”

The TVI commentator has no doubt that some of the Azovstal prisoners will be tortured and used in show trials. Furthermore, he recommends caution in the promises made on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union. And he harshly criticizes the idea of ​​closing Avenida da Liberdade in Lisbon: “It’s playing politics to get likes” The … Read more

EXCLUSIVE. Russian official reveals how he risked everything to get out of Putin’s war

After weeks of sleeping in crates of grenades, a guilt-ridden Russian officer decided to give up. He risked everything by refusing to fight. It took a few weeks of sleeping in crates of grenades, using them as beds, and hiding the faces of Ukrainians in growing guilt, until this junior Russian officer came to the … Read more

Alina returned to dance in Portugal. But her refugee body just wants a hug in Zaporizhzhia

Alina Petrenko is one of more than 200 Ukrainian refugees who arrived in Lisbon on the first humanitarian flight of the Ukrainian Refugee Association UAPT on March 10. Without the war, she would be dancing on the other side of the world, in China. The parents and brother stayed in Zaporizhzhia, the town that serves … Read more