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Temple-on-Blood: What Happened to Activists of Environmental Watch?

How are builders of the wine-chateau of Putin’s classmate associated with an attack on environmentalists At the very end of the Russian Year of Environment in Krasnodar, unknown individuals attacked the activists of the Ekovakhta (Ecowatch) for the North Caucasus. Its head, Andrei Rudomakha, suffered serious injuries. The environmentalists are sure that the attack was initiated to hide the construction of the VIP facility near Gelendzhik. Russiangate tells who could illegally cut down the forest...

New Year in a Desert: How Officials’ Children Spent Their Holidays

Sandboarding, fishing on islands and other New Year's entertainments of children of Russian officials DECEMBER 31 UNDER THE PYRAMIDES Three days ago, snow fell in the Sahara – in the last 30 years, it happened only four times. The family of the Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov could have “brought” it there. His children celebrated the New Year’s Eve there. Denny Peskov, along with his mother – Peskov’s ex-wife Yekaterina Solotsinskaya – were in Cairo on December 31. This...

Where Russian Officials and Oligarchs Spent New Year's holidays?

Russiangate reads maps and yachts locations to see what the next year will be like for the Russian elite DMITRY PESKOV – GREECE On November 30, daughter of Russian Presidential Press Secretary, Yelizaveta Peskova, published a touching post on her Instagram about a boy who was injured by a maniac in Greece four years ago. Alleging that the Peskovs family demands justice, which has not been restored for three years for the unfortunate family, she suggested collecting money for them. In the beginning...

2017 In Review: Top Russiangate’s Investigations

Sergey Matvienko’s Investment Grab-it-zation We reviewed the real estate owned by the son of Federation Council Chairman Valentina Matvienko and traced back a story that unveiled her generosity. Sergei Matvienko privatized land plots and buildings from the assets of St. Petersburg for 8.4 billion rubles. He received land and real estate for investment projects, when his mother was the governor of St. Petersburg. The promised hotel complexes on rented land have never been built. But under the new...

2017 In Review: Infographics in Russiangate’s Investigations

Texts that you do not have to read, just click and we'll show you everything The wealthiest officials of Russia. Map Russian officials are required to declare their incomes every year. Russiangate carefully studies anti-corruption declarations: we compare annual revenues, count square meters of their real estate and look for foreign property of the civil servants. The results of the calculations are collected on interactive maps with their millions popping up. On the map of Moscow, federal...

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