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Offbeat: War in Ukraine: Steven Seagal and Putin's eulogy

Putin's mysterious daughters are about to get hit by sanctions from the US and EU, reports say

  Putin's mysterious daughters are about to get hit by sanctions from the US and EU, reports say The Biden administration said that further Russia sanctions will hit "family" of "Russian government officials." That's Putin's kids, per the WSJ.The 69-year-old leader has fought hard to prevent the media and the world from knowing much about his personal life. But five weeks into Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the EU and the US floated the prospect of targeting Putin's children with sanctions.

  Guerre en Ukraine : Steven Seagal et l'éloge de Poutine © Druzhinin Alexei

Steven Seagal was in Moscow this Sunday. He celebrated celebrated his seventieth birthday. The opportunity to reiterate his flawless support to Vladimir Putin , whom he considers his brother as his brother.

According to the Times, were invited to the Vladimir Soloviev event, the russian state television facilitator, and Margarita Simonyan , a journalist related to the Government Information Agency Rossia Segodnia. Both appear on the list of personalities targeted by the European sanctions since the beginning of the invasion in Ukraine.


Video: Russian invasion of Ukraine: War War in Kyiv and Moscow (Dailymotion)

NATO chief says Putin still wants to control all of Ukraine, despite repositioning forces to the eastern Donbas region

  NATO chief says Putin still wants to control all of Ukraine, despite repositioning forces to the eastern Donbas region NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Putin wants to "rewrite the international order" through Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine."We have seen no indication that President Putin has changed his ambition to control the whole of Ukraine and also to rewrite the international order," Stoltenberg told reporters before meeting with foreign ministers in Brussels on Wednesday, and said the alliance needs to be prepared for the "long haul.

In a video broadcast on Twitter, Steven Seagal, forbidden to stay in Ukraine since 2017, addresses her guests: " My friends, my family, I love you and we must remain in solidarity, against winds and tides.

last March, he had declared Fox News Digital that he considered Russia and Ukraine "as one and the same family". "Most of us have friends in both countries. I pray that they manage to find an agreement and that we can all live in peace, "he added.

In 2014, at the same time where Vladimir Putin ranked Crimea, Steven Seagal had described the Russian President of "One of the world's leading living leaders".

'Nuclear terrorism': Radiation isn't Ukraine's only environmental threat as war with Russia continues .
The full-scale Russian invasion threatens environmentally fragile sites throughout Ukraine, an industrial center dating back to the Soviet Union.Living about 70 miles from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, she feared the worst.

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