Also by Timofei Rozhanskiy
May 10, 2022
Despite Losing Dozens Of Soldiers, Many In Russia's Buryatia Region Support Invasion Of Ukraine
At least 112 soldiers from Russia's Buryatia region have been killed in Ukraine since February, according to the Free Buryatia Foundation. Current Time reports on some of those who have died and spoke to people in the region. (WARNING: Viewers may find the content of this video disturbing)
April 20, 2022
Mothers Of The Moskva: For Relatives Of Missing Sailors, A Lack Of Information Fuels Grief
A week after the sinking of the flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, relatives of sailors are desperately trying to find out the fates of more than 500 seamen who were on board. Silence from the Russian command, and the lack of an explanation from the Kremlin, have fueled anger and disbelief.
April 15, 2022
Evacuated To Russia: A Ukrainian Refugee's Story
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, almost 4.5 million Ukrainians have left the country. Most of them are now in Europe, but some went to Russia. The residents of the Donbas often had no choice but to go to Russia, because the road to western Ukraine was cut off.
September 20, 2021
Disappearing Ink: Another Item In Russia's Election Bag Of Tricks?
As the ruling United Russia party celebrates victory in parliamentary elections, evidence of a whole range of scams and schemes have been caught on video that could have been used to rig the results. The latest: disappearing ink in pens given to voters for filling in ballots in Khimki, near Moscow.
August 13, 2020
'How Can This Be Our Country?': Claims Of Torture Abound As Belarusian Jails Swell
As the dust settled on the fourth straight evening of mass protests in Belarus over a disputed election, harrowing reports of ill-treatment and the torture of detainees are emerging. And relatives seeking information about their missing loved ones are being met with shrugs and smiles from police.