In surprising news to Dear Leader Poot-Poot/his Dmitri Medvedev skin suit and completely unsurprising news to anyone who isn't a crazy, megalomaniacal dictator, Russia's food import ban turns out to have been a really, really bad idea. Read more...
The Russian Prime Minister's Twitter account has been hacked. A message was posted saying Dmitry Medvedev had resigned. The message went out to his 2.5 million followers.
As sneaky as Russia's spooks are, they couldn't keep hackers from commandeering the Twitter account of Dmitri Medvedev, Russia's former president and current prime minister, and tweeting a mock resignation and sundry other jokes in the longtime Putin ally's name. Read more...
Someone hacked the Twitter account of Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday, posting a series of fake messages including a resignation announcement. "I am resigning. I am ashamed of the actions of the government. Forgive me," read the first tweet, according to The Interpreter. Show More Summary
This morning, the Twitter account of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev was hacked by anti-Kremlin activists, who immediately altered it to announce his resignation.
No, he's not resigning to become a freelance photographer
"I'm resigning. I'm ashamed of the government's actions. Forgive me," a tweet via Russia's tech-loving Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's official Twitter account @MedvedevRussia said.
Earlier today, hackers briefly took control of the Russian prime minister's Twitter account. The group Anonymous International later claimed responsibility.
Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter account was taken over by an anti-Kremlin wag on Thursday morning, but it appears to be back in the hands of his team. Russian prime minister’s Twitter account hacked — no, he’s not quit to become a photographer originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
Hackers on Thursday broke into the Twitter account of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and posted a spoof message saying he was quitting. Medvedev is often the butt of jokes in Russia, with some people accusing him of being the puppet of President Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary
Hackers broke into Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter account on Thursday, tweeting his resignation and criticising President Vladimir Putin. "I've wanted to say this for a long time: Vova you're wrong!" said another tweet, using the nickname for Vladimir. Show More Summary
Someone apparently took control of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's Russian-language Twitter account early on Thursday morning. The verified account, @MedvedevRussia, first raised suspicion with a tweet sent out at 11:12 pm PDT which read (via Google Translate): "Resign. Show More Summary
The consequences of Russia's ban on all food imports from the West is reaching food producers, restaurateurs, and farms in all corners of the world. Earlier this month, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced that "all imports of meat,...
The ban, announced by a somber Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at a televised Cabinet meeting, covers all imports of meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, milk and milk products from the U.S., the European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway. It will last for one year. Click here for the full story
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev today announced that fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, milk and dairy imports from the United States, the European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway are all banned.
Russia is introducing a “full embargo” on most food imports from EU, US, and other Western countries that have imposed sanctions against Moscow over its policy on Ukraine, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday. Photo by PHILIPPE...Show More Summary
Russia has essentially banned all food imports from the West. According to the Associated Press, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced via a televised Cabinet meeting that "all imports of meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, milk, and milk products" from the...
MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian government has banned all imports of meat, fish, milk and milk products and fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced Thursday.
Meeting of the minds between Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (center), Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov (right), and Aeroflot's Deputy General Director Vadim Zingman (left). Citing sources within the Russian government, a series...Show More Summary
The sanctions retaliation game took another big leap forward today with the EU in the spotlight: Moscow May Force European Airlines to Fly Around Russia. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev threatened on Tuesday to retaliate for the...Show More Summary