Russian intelligence services are trying to separate Texas from the United States and provoke a civil war in America over migrants.

A widespread Russian disinformation campaign is fueling divisions in the United States over the Texas border crisis. To do this, the Russian Federation uses everything from high-ranking legislators and government officials to influencers, bloggers, bots and large state media, reports Wired. Russia is sending its...

'My family will be a target': Russian immigrants fear Putin even in the US

Russian Americans who oppose the war in Ukraine are afraid to express their opinions publicly or even privately to family members at home, NewYorkPost reports. “I live in fear of endangering my family in Russia,” said a Russian émigré engineer who does not support...

FBI informant slandered Biden at the request of Russian intelligence services

A former FBI informant who alleged that the Ukrainian firm Burisma paid $5 million each to Joe Biden and his son Hunter was arrested on February 14 in Las Vegas and charged with making false statements. The BBC reports how the case is progressing. 43-year-old Alexander Smirnov was arrested in...

A former Russian pilot who surrendered to the Ukrainian authorities in 2023 was brutally killed in Spain.

Maxim Kuzminov, a Russian pilot who flew a Russian Mi-2023 helicopter across the front line into Ukraine in August 8 and surrendered to the Ukrainian military, was killed in Spain, the Washington Post reports. They fired 6 to 12 bullets at Kuzminov, and then drove over the corpse...

Oscar-nominated Ukrainian film collects film awards: what you need to know about the documentary '20 days in Mariupol'

The film by Ukrainian director Mstislav Chernov “20 days in Mariupol” was awarded by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). He received an Oscar nomination. The film about the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 is collecting awards around the world...

How to validate a foreign diploma, degree, or professional certificate in the United States

Documented lists the initial steps to start the process of confirming foreign degrees, qualifications, or professional certification in the United States. There is no single body in the United States that oversees these types of assessments, so any recognition of foreign academic degrees and qualifications ...

'It's easy': a high school student from Kazakhstan was invited to study at once by 8 top universities in the world

An excellent student, an athlete, a book lover, the pride of his family and school - this is how they speak about 17-year-old Alexey Kim, a schoolboy from Kazakhstan who managed to enroll in 8 top world universities. How he succeeded, writes Otyrar. The student spoke about his journey and gave...

How often are residents of post-Soviet countries denied an American visa: statistics for 2023

In a new report, the State Department released data on B2 tourist visa denials for fiscal year 2023. A B2 visa is a travel document issued to an alien planning to visit the United States for the purposes of tourism, vacation, visiting family or friends, or receiving medical care...

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, 7 billionaires have renounced Russian citizenship

7 billionaires renounced Russian citizenship after the treacherous Russian invasion of Ukraine. The reasons for each of them are different, but most businessmen managed to find a plausible excuse, Forbes reports. Renunciation of citizenship is a non-trivial procedure, but quite feasible. To abandon Russian...

“The country simply didn’t show up for the protest”: Why a successful entrepreneur from Saint Petersburg decided on an unplanned move to the USA

In the life of Sultan Albakov, everything seemed to be going smoothly: a successful business, a wife and three children. He might have continued to live quietly in St. Petersburg, but at some point he suddenly began to pay more and more attention to what was happening around him. By…

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