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The Emperor's Last: MMA pioneer Fedor Emelianenko retiring

Journal Review 04 Feb 2023
Emelianenko's success fed into a beloved corner of martial arts mythology, stoking the dream that anyone can be a champion if they worked hard and learned the proper skills ... Emelianenko would have loved to stage his farewell bout in Moscow — perhaps even in Red Square, as Coker once dreamed — but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine made it impossible.
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Japanese prime minister’s aide leaving over LGBTQ remarks

The Associated Press 04 Feb 2023
Emelianenko's success fed into a beloved corner of martial arts mythology, stoking the dream that anyone can be a champion if they worked hard and learned the proper skills ... Emelianenko would have loved to stage his farewell bout in Moscow — perhaps even in Red Square, as Coker once dreamed — but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine made it impossible.
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The Emperor’s Last: MMA pioneer Fedor Emelianenko retiring

West Hawaii Today 04 Feb 2023
... through you, that lived in Russia, and they called him the Sharpshooter at that time ... Emelianenko would have loved to stage his farewell bout in Moscow — perhaps even in Red Square, as Coker once dreamed — but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine made it impossible.
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Three Rivers native to make TV debut on ‘Chicago Fire’

Sturgis Journal 04 Feb 2023
THREE RIVERS — The cast of the longtime NBC drama Chicago Fire will be joined by a West Michigan native who will make her television debut ... In 2016, she further deepened her performing arts experience at the Moscow Art Theatre in Russia. While she runs her own virtual assistant company, VARE, Gahan’s dream is to become a full-time actress ... Facebook ... .
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Ukrainian filmmaker tells story of teen dreams in war at Berlinale

FX Empire 03 Feb 2023
(Reuters) – When Russia invaded Ukraine a year ago, award-winning Ukrainian filmmaker Alisa Kovalenko put down her camera to join the battles raging on the country’s eastern front ... Kovalenko said Russia’s full-scale invasion had changed the meaning, colour and form of the film ... “It has become about how war destroys those dreams.”.
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Is it possible to visit Russia as a tourist in 2023?

Russia Beyond 03 Feb 2023
Visiting Russia as a tourist in 2023 is possible, but may pose some challenges worth considering beforehand. Yes, traveling to Russia as a tourist in 2023 is possible. Here’s what to look out for if you’re preparing for your dream trip. Visa requirements ... In 2023, citizens of some 65 countries can visit Russia without a visa.
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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: In Ukraine, by Boyd D. Cathey

The Unz Review 03 Feb 2023
... war against Russia ... But not only for the Democratic Party, but for those forces internationally who understand fully that Russia and its president stand athwart their path to a form of post-Marxist global hegemony, far worse than anything Joseph Stalin ever dreamed up.
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U.S. to send longer-range bombs to war

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 03 Feb 2023
has agreed to send longer-range bombs to Ukraine as it prepares to launch a spring offensive to retake territory Russia captured last year, U.S ... The fund's goal, when it was established in 1995, was to support a free-market economy in Russia, though the Kremlin has since "thwarted those dreams," said Samantha Power, the administrator of USAID.
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Russia’s defeat depends on effectiveness of sanctions: Ukrainian president

Anadolu Agency 02 Feb 2023
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Thursday that Russia’s defeat depends on the swiftness in reducing Moscow’s attempts to circumvent sanctions ... “Fulfilling the dream of a peaceful Europe can only be done through Ukraine and by winning against Russia,” he added.
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The DC anti-Trump brigade behind the ‘big bad bot’ stories that duped the media

New York Post 02 Feb 2023
russia ...Instead of tracking how ‘Russia’ influenced American attitudes,” Taibbi notes, “Hamilton 68 simply collected a handful of mostly real, mostly American accounts, and described their organic conversations as Russian scheming.” ... The entire “Russia Collusion” hoax was dreamed up, paid for, and set into action by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
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Ukraine Is Sinking. Are Western Elites Bailing Out?

GlobalResearch 02 Feb 2023
US policy and the trajectory of the Russia-Ukraine conflict”, represents just such a split ... The United States is not going to undermine its own interests to pursue the unachievable dream of expelling Russia from Ukraine ... That, of course, would serve no one’s interest and could ignite a direct clash between Russia and the United States.
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Anti-Russian Sanctions Cause 40% Energy ‘Price Shock’ Increase in Germany

The Liberty Beacon 02 Feb 2023
And yet, by late February 2022, Germany’s “dream economy” came to an abrupt end thanks to its suicidal sanctions against Russia, which haven’t only proven futile, but also quite self-harming ... the energy crisis triggered by the political West’s failed economic siege of Russia.
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Opinion: Wicker makes strong case to support Ukraine

Delta Democrat-Times 01 Feb 2023
First, Russia invaded Ukraine as part of Vladimir Putin’s dream of restoring the old Soviet Union, dead and gone now for more than three decades ... Second, Russia got the attention of nearby European nations, who realized that if Moscow could successfully overrun Ukraine, it could do the same to them.
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Ukrainian tennis star Elina Svitolina echoes calls to ban Russia and Belarus from Olympics

CNN 01 Feb 2023
Ukrainian tennis star and Olympic bronze medalist Elina Svitolina has echoed calls to ban Russia from the Olympics in a statement released on social media on Wednesday. “The Olympics are the biggest dream and ultimate privilege for athletes.
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Latvia threatens Olympic boycott if Russians compete

Statesville Record & Landmark 01 Feb 2023
The Latvian Olympic Committee is the first national Olympic body other than Ukraine which has threatened to boycott rather than compete against Russia. It marks a rare challenge from within the sports world to the International Olympic Committee, which wants to let competitors from Russia and its ally Belarus take part as “neutral athletes”.
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