The Russian band RADIO TAPOK not only covers Rammstein songs — they also recreate the crazy music videos, translating the songs into Russian, much to the delight of their thousands of fans.
Germany asserts that the prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin was poisoned while the Russian Foreign Ministry has accused Berlin of "bluffing." G7 ministers have demanded Moscow "urgently" finds the perpetrators.
"Disinformation" and "hysteria" over the poisoning of opposition politician Navalny are being used to justify sanctions, Russia claims. Berlin and Moscow are on a collision course over verifying the test results.
Poisoned Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny has said on his Instagram feed that he is slowly regaining strength following weeks of only being "technically alive" at a Berlin hospital.
A Kremlin pledge to send its own team to Germany to investigate the poisoning of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny is likely to be rejected. But Berlin prosecutors say they will assist Moscow with its own separate probe.
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