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The Real Russia. Today. A deadly Russian missile strike in Kremenchuk, Russia defaults on foreign debt, and the fight to free basketball star Brittney Griner: Monday June 27, 2022

Major recent events:

  • 🏚️ Russian shelling kills five, injures 22 in Kharkiv
  • 🇲🇩 Moldova’s President Maia Sandu visits Ukraine
  • 😵‍💫 Russia denies responsibility for Kyiv airstrikes
  • 🔍 Azov commanders not in custody in Moscow’s Lefortovo prison
  • 🚗 Lithuanian diplomat’s car vandalized with pro-war symbols
  • 🙅 G7 imposes new sanctions on Russia
  • 🏭 Civilians reportedly evacuated from Severodonetsk’s Azot plant
  • 🪦 More than 100 bodies found among ruins of one Mariupol building
  • 🌾 Russia takes at least 400,000 metric tons of grain from Ukraine
  • 🛫 Putin to make first wartime trip abroad

Feature stories

  • 🚨Ukraine reports casualties after Russian missile strike hits Kremenchuk shopping mall
  • 🏦 What Russia’s debt default means
  • 🏀 WNBA star Brittney Griner’s detention in Russia
  • 🎨 Meduza talks to Yekaterinburg-based street artist Timofey Radya

Ukraine reports at least 50 injured, 13 dead following Russian missile strike on Kremenchuk shopping mall (2-min read)

Ukraine’s State Emergency Service

A Russian missile strike hit a crowded shopping center in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday afternoon, killing at least 13 people and injuring 50 others, the Ukrainian authorities said. President Volodymyr Zelensky reported the attack on Telegram, sharing a video of the blaze the strike caused. “More than a thousand people” were inside of the shopping center when it was hit, the president said. “The mall is on fire, rescuers are fighting the fire, the number of victims is impossible to imagine,” Zelensky wrote, adding that the mall was “no danger to the Russian army” and had “no strategic value.” 

Updated: What Russia’s debt default means for the country and its people(4-min read)

“Russia has defaulted on its foreign-currency sovereign debt for the first time in a century,” Bloomberg reported on Monday, June 27. The technical default occurred at the end of day on Sunday, when the grace period for paying $100 million on two eurobond coupons expired. According to Bloomberg, Russia missing this deadline is “the culmination of ever-tougher Western sanctions that shut down payment routes to overseas creditors.” Meduza asked economist Ruben Enikolopov to explain what this means for the country as a whole and for Russians individually.

American basketball star Brittney Griner has been in a Russian prison for over four months. Is her release on the horizon? (5-min read)

Like many WNBA players, American basketball star Brittney Griner usually plays in foreign leagues during the American off-season to supplement the relatively low salary she makes in the United States. In mid-February, Griner was arrested at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport for allegedly carrying cannabis vape cartridges in her luggage. The U.S. State Department has since declared her “wrongfully detained,” but pressure is growing on the American authorities to do more to hasten her release.

Yekaterinburg’s premier street artist on the war, his latest piece, and Russia’s rapid authoritarian turn (7-min read)

On June 12, Yekaterinburg-based street artist Timofey Radya posted a video and some pictures of his latest piece: the words “Live in the past!” bolted on the roofs of two nine-story buildings on the city’s Kosmonavtov Prospekt. Radya first had the idea for the project long before Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, but he waited until this month to bring it to life. Two days after it went up, the installation was dismantled by the city authorities — they simply knocked the letters off of the roof. Meduza spoke with Radya about why he chose the words he chose, why he’s remained in Russia during the war, and why he continues to make street art.

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