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Sun Feb 13, 2022, 11:01 AM

Russian citizens are risking prosecution to take videos

of Russian troop movements and then immediately posting them to TikTok.
These images of helicopters are thought to be a sign of finalizing invasion preparations:




Belgorod is 25 miles from the Ukraine border.

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Sun Feb 13, 2022, 11:02 AM

1. Kicking for visability

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Sun Feb 13, 2022, 11:57 AM

2. Follow Alexei Navalney's lead. / Alexei Navalny Doc Headed to CNN, HBO Max

 

Alexei Navalny Doc Headed to CNN, HBO Max
The documentary will be broadcast on CNN in North America, with CNN+ and HBO Max holding the streaming rights.

BY MIA GALUPPO
JANUARY 13, 2022

'Navalny
COURTESY OF CNN FILMS AND HBO MAX


A documentary about Alexei Navalny the Russian government opposition leader that was targeted in an assassination attempt in August 2020 is headed to CNN, as well as streaming services CNN+ and HBO Max.

CNN Films and HBO Max will partner on Navalny, which is directed by Daniel Roher, the nonfiction filmmaker who was most recently behind Once Were Brothers. CNN will broadcast the film in North America, with HBO Max and CNN+ holding streaming rights. Other distribution rights, including theatrical, remain available.

The description for the doc reads: In August 2020, a plane traveling from Siberia to Moscow made an emergency landing. One of its passengers, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, was deathly ill. He was taken to a local Siberian hospital and evacuated to Berlin, where the German government eventually determined he had been poisoned with Novichok, a lethal nerve agent implicated in attacks on other opponents of the Russian government."



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