{{ subpage.title }}

A Russian law enforcement officer during an unsanctioned protest against the special military operation in Ukraine in St. Petersburg.

Valentin Yegorshin/TASS

Hard Numbers: Russian censorship, wheat prices soar, Chinese growth target, criminal Indian pols, Tanzanian democracy

15: Referring to the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine as an “invasion” or a “war” could put Russians behind bars for up to 15 years, as stipulated in a new law against spreading “fake news.” To play it safe, stick to “special military operation.” (And don’t miss our very own Alex Kliment’s Twitter video take.)

Read moreShow less

Subscribe to our free newsletter, GZERO Daily