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    Russian president Vladimir Putin's honorary black belt has been revoked by World Taekwondo, the International Federation that governs the sport, due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.     Putin continues to be sanctioned by sporting authorities, with leagues and sporting organisations across the world showing their support for Ukraine, as Russia are punished for the 'brutal attacks' on their neighbours.  The huge martial arts fan, Putin, was awarded his honorary 9th dan black belt back in 2013. This latest news comes on the back of the 69-year-old also recently being suspended as honorary president of the International Judo Federation. The statement said: said: 'World Taekwondo strongly condemns the brutal attacks on innocent lives in Ukraine, which go against the World Taekwondo vision of 'Peace is More Precious than Triumph' and the World Taekwondo values of respect and tolerance.  'World Taekwondo's thoughts are with the people of Ukraine and we hope for a peaceful and immediate end to this war.' World Taekwondo, which governs international federations for the sport, added: 'In this regard, World Taekwondo has decided to withdraw the honorary 9th dan black...
    VLADIMIR PUTIN honorary black belt has been revoked following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Russian president has been accused of committing war crimes after issuing the order to invade their neighbouring nation last week. 2Vladimir Putin’s honorary black belt has been revokedCredit: AFP 2The Russian president has been sanctioned following the invasion of UkraineCredit: Getty Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy made the accusation after a blitz that killed 11 and destroyed a school in Kharkiv. The midday raid left at least 11 dead, including three children - and other shelling also destroyed a school. Kharkiv has been holding out staunchly against the Russian invaders even though it is just 25 miles from the border. But this resistance appears to have led to Putin unleashing a devastating blitz on the city's 1.5million people. Russia struck the city centre of Kharkiv again this morning near the administration building, injuring six people including a child. Since he first directed his soldiers to...
    (CNN)In the early morning hours of August 2, 1990, columns of Iraqi tanks crossed the border into Kuwait, taking over the smaller nation. The world's response to Saddam Hussein's surprise assault on a sovereign country was swift and ultimately devastating. A coalition led by the US, with the support of the United Nations Security Council, attacked Iraq and restored Kuwait's independence. But the consequences of the unprovoked war didn't end there: For three decades, Iraq was required to compensate the Kuwaiti victims of Saddam's invasion. Just this past Tuesday, the Security Council voted unanimously to confirm that Iraq had fulfilled its obligation after it paid out $52 billion. It's an accident of timing that within two days Russian President Vladimir Putin would announce that he had launched a war against neighboring Ukraine. He called it a "special military operation," but it was in reality an unprovoked invasion. Democracies around the world condemned it. But this is not 1990, Ukraine is not Kuwait and most importantly, Putin is not Saddam. After all, the Russian president presides over a huge arsenal of...
    A BOMBSHELL picture appears to show a pole-dancing boudoir inside a £1billion Black Sea palace – thought to be owned by Vladimir Putin. Jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s team claim they have found thousands of snaps of the secretive complex confirming a “striptease” room – complete with a stage and pole. Alexei Navalny 5 The secretive complex has a ‘striptease’ room complete with a stage and pole Alexei Navalny 5 The sprawling billion-pound-property over looks the Black Sea Putin has previously denied owning the mansion after Navalny accused him of spending state cash on the vast complex near the town of Gelendzhik in southern Russia.  Previously, the pole-dancing room had been pictured in a series of computer images based on leaked plans of the property. But Navalny’s team have now claimed they have an actual photo of the room inside the palace when it was still under construction. A commentary about the new pictures says: “The striptease hall, hookah, call it what you will, really exists. “And it looks much worse than we could imagine.” The stage is “littered...
    Alexei Navalny's team has released a picture they claim shows a pole-dancing room inside Vladimir Putin's alleged £1 billion Black Sea palace. The room had previously been pictured in computer images based on leaked detailed plans of the property, released by the jailed opposition leader.  But now Navalny's team claim to have found thousands of actual photographs of the palace confirming a 'striptease' room known as a 'hookah' with a stage and performer's pole. Alexei Navalny's team has released a picture they claim shows a pole-dancing room inside Vladimir Putin's alleged £1 billion Black Sea palace The room had previously been pictured in computer images based on leaked detailed plans of the property, released by the jailed opposition leader 'The striptease hall, hookah, call it what you want, really exists,' says a commentary with a video about the pictures. 'And it looks much worse than we could imagine.' A computer generated image showing how the Navalny team had imagined the pole-dancing boudoir was released a year ago, based on leaked plans which also included a casino and 'aqua disco'.  The photograph now...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will discuss tensions in Europe and 'aggressive' U.S. and NATO rhetoric during a video call on Wednesday, the Kremlin said.  The announcement of the meeting comes after Moscow staged huge live-firing drills with more than 1,000 tank troops in a region close to the Ukraine border as Putin continues to stoke fears Russia will invade its neighbour within weeks.  The latest show of strength by Putin comes amid high tension between Moscow and the West, with NATO countries such as Britain and the U.S. warning that 'serious consequences' will follow if Russia invades Ukraine.   Putin has denied Russia plans to seize territory from Ukraine and has accused Britain and its allies of 'demonising' his country.   But the Kremlin strongman is now looking for China's support in Europe and will discuss 'cooperation priorities' of the future during talks with Xi Jinping on Wednesday.  The leaders will also 'exchange views on current global and regional issues', the Kremlin added, without expanding further.  It comes as new footage showed Russia staging ground battle exercises some...
    ONE of Vladimir Putin's top Kremlin officials has told Britain not to sail its warships near disputed Crimea again warning Royal Navy sailors "will get hurt". Mikhail Popov, deputy secretary of the Security Council, hit out weeks after the Russian coastguard infamously fired warning shots at HMS Defender claiming it had entered "Russian" waters.  4HMS Defender maintains it was in international waters off Crimea when it was targeted by the Russian coastguardCredit: PA 4Putin's  Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and says the waters around it belong to MoscowCredit: Reuters Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and has declared the waters around it belong to Moscow - despite most countries continuing to recognise the peninsula as Ukrainian. Popov, in an interview in the state Rossiiyskaya Gazeta newspaper, said Britain's behaviour during the recent Black Sea stand-off and its subsequent reaction to the incident was bewildering. In particular, he criticised suggestions from PM Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab, the foreign minister, that the worrying incident could be repeated in the future. "Similar actions will be thwarted with the harshest...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin referred to the Black Lives Matter movement at his press conference in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday to deflect questions from journalists about human rights abuses in his country. Putin made the comment as he answered reporters’ questions after a summit with President Joe Biden. The two leaders met face-to-face for two hours, and the overall meeting took three hours — less than the five that had originally been set aside. They did not speak side-by-side at the press conference; rather, Putin appeared first, and then Biden appeared later. When Putin was asked about repressing his opponents, he said: “America quite recently had to deal with terrible events after the murder of — or the killing of — the African American and Black Lives Matter ensued. I don’t want to make any judgment about that, but what we saw, mass violations of the law, and so on and so forth, we sympathized with the Americans, but we do not wish this kind of thing should happen on our territory, and we will do our utmost to prevent...
    A FORMER Royal Navy chief has warned Vladimir Putin would make a "stupid mistake" if he invaded Ukraine as NATO today vowed to stand by the Eastern European country. Admiral Lord West has slammed the Russian strongman for risking a "miscalculation" as he ramps up his military squeeze on his neighbour. 12Admiral Lord West, a former chief of naval staff, warned Vladimir Putin could be about to make 'miscalculation' as he flexes his muscles on the Ukrainian borderCredit: PA 12Vladimir Putin has so far refused to talk to his Ukrainian counterpartCredit: Reuters 12A Ukrainian serviceman stands guard at a position on the frontline with Russia backed separatists near small city of Marinka, Donetsk regionCredit: AFP His comments came as NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg expressed the Western military alliance's "unwavering support" for Ukraine and warned Moscow today not to push its troop buildup along Russia's border with the neighbouring country. The ex-Royal Navy chief and UK security minister told The Sun Online: "It is scary. It is an extremely worrying situation I have to say. "It is quite clear the...
    A LUXURY mansion linked to Vladimir Putin has been removed from Russian maps as the FSB suggested the West is spying on his controversial 'palace’ on the Black Sea coast.  An £87 million hunting and fishing retreat beside the Yenisei River in Siberia was previously visible on online Yandex Maps. 4The vast property is situated on the Black Sea near the town of GelendzhikCredit: Alexei Navalny; YouTube 4The retreat was previously visible on Yandex Maps, but has disappearedCredit: Yandex Maps But it has recently vanished from maps on this Russian search engine in an alleged bid to ‘hide’ its existence, say reports today.   The heavily-guarded timber Siberian bolt hole in the Krasnoyarsk region  remains visible on Google Maps. The revelation comes as the FSB counterintelligence service has claimed that NATO has been spying on the area around the £1 billion Gelendzhik Palace close to the Black Sea.  Putin’s jailed foe Alexei Navalny in revealing the palace’s jaw-dropping luxury also claimed it had its own Russian border post, and was covered by a strict no-fly zone. Putin has denied the palace...
    More On: vladimir putin Putin can’t contain Russians’ fury over the Alexei Navalny arrest Russian police detain 3,000 people protesting Alexei Navalny’s detainment Kremlin critic compares life to ‘trashy thriller’ as he takes on Putin Russian cops arrest hundreds of protesters demanding release of Kremlin critic Russian President Vladimir Putin denied claims by poisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny that he owns an opulent, billion-dollar palace that was built with fraudulently obtained funds. The dissident last week alleged in a video that has been viewed by some 86 million people that Putin allies, including oil chiefs and billionaires, paid for the construction of the $1.35 billion Black Sea palace. It is said to have a casino, skating rink and vineyard. “Nothing that is listed there as my property belongs to me or my close relatives, and never did,” Putin told students in a video conference Monday, the BBC reported. The strongman called the video a “compilation and montage” and said he found it “boring.” Putin, who was quizzed by student Danil Chemezov, 20, in an event marking students’ day, admitted...
    Putin's alleged secret palace has 11 bedrooms, Alexei Navalny/YouTube A video uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday purports to show a secret $1.4 billion palace on Russia's Black Sea that allegedly belongs to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Alexei Navalny, the Russian politician and Putin critic behind the video, alleges Putin and his billionaire friends secretly built the mansion using illicit funds. The Kremlin denies Putin has any connection the property.  The video, which has more than 54 million views, appears to show drone footage of a lavish mansion and expansive grounds with two helipads, an underground hockey rink, a sculpture garden, and more.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A YouTube video purporting to show a massive $1.4 billion palace on Russia's Black Sea that allegedly belongs to Russian President Vladimir Putin has racked up more than 54 million views since Tuesday evening.  The nearly two-hour video appears to show drone footage of an extravagant mansion, two helipads, a guest house, and multiple other structures across a sprawling coastal property. It was uploaded by Alexei Navalny, the Russian...
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