HexClad Receives $100-Million Strategic Investment From Studio Ramsay Global

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Los Angeles-based HexClad, a global premium kitchenware brand, has announced a strategic $100-million investment from Studio Ramsay Global, the partnership between multi-Michelin-starred celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and FOX Entertainment. The deal comprises a combination of cash and media commitments. A digitally native, direct-to-consumer brand, HexClad has rapidly established itself as a global market leader in the kitchenware category by delivering premium-quality, innovative designs and patented hybrid technology to culinary enthusiasts.

The move expands Ramsay’s ownership in the unicorn brand after the chef first invested in HexClad as an equity partner in 2021. By increasing this stake, Ramsay has pledged his commitment to ensuring HexClad “owns the kitchen,” while expanding its market share and global footprint through the continued introduction of watershed culinary innovation. In addition, HexClad reinforces its official cookware sponsorship across a wide range of FOX and Studio Ramsay Global-owned food series and content worldwide.

“I am honored that Studio Ramsay Global and Gordon will have a larger seat at our table as we continue to expand, evolve and innovate at HexClad,” said Daniel Winer, co-founder of HexClad “From day one, content partnerships have been central to our success. Now, this alliance allows us to marry our products with the world’s best food content studio in a thrilling new way.”

Studio Ramsay Global’s new agreement with HexClad marks its first strategic investment in a consumer product brand that directly complements its content portfolio.

“HexClad stands out as one of the world’s fastest-growing, highest quality and most respected cookware brands, which is why it’s my go-to in the kitchen, and I firmly believe in its long-term growth potential,” said Ramsay. “We’ve already had successful brand collaborations across many of my FOX series, and now we’ll expand that partnership into something even more meaningful to food fans and consumers everywhere.”

“Since forming Studio Ramsay Global three years ago, Gordon and his team have identified innovative new ways to bring his iconic food brand to life, creating great original entertainment and platforms from ‘Next Level Chef’ to ‘Bite,’ while showcasing incredible new culinary talent,” said FOX Entertainment CEO Rob Wade. “This recipe for success just keeps growing and improving as we forge new strategic partnerships with globally recognized, premium brands like HexClad.”

Known for its signature hexagon pattern, HexClad has disrupted the traditional cookware business with the invention of a first-to-market stainless plus non-stick product built on innovation and sustainability, which produced an entirely new “hybrid” category within the industry. The company has achieved extraordinary year-over-year growth, hitting unicorn status in mid-2023, positioning itself as a global lifestyle brand and content creator that delivers innovation to every area of the kitchen.

J.P. Morgan acted as sole placement agent to HexClad on the transaction.

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Date of experience : 07 November 2023

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Date of experience : 01 August 2023

Quick, friendly and efficient. Cheaper also than online

Date of experience : 17 June 2024

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Great person to deal with,answered all our queries to our satisfaction,had a follow up telephone call to ask if there where any else we required any help with.

Date of experience : 26 September 2023

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Ailen showed excellent service and went above and beyond to help us

Date of experience : 05 June 2024

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Booked a trip to Copenhagen with a friend, which was cancelled by EasyJet (obviously not RWT’s fault). Had to chase the Dundee branch twice for our options going forward, responded to their email accepting one of the options offered. 7 days later and we still had no confirmation from RWT. Chased again and told by them they hadn’t actioned our request to rebook yet and now it is more expensive. Have challenged the cost increase with the manager as we responded in time to get the price quoted. We wrote a detailed emailing explaining all the communication issues we’d had up to this point and ironically had to chase for a response! In the managers own words ‘you can complain if you like, but I’m a director so I’ll make sure I’m dealing with it’. Absolutely no acknowledgment of any poor customer service we had received and as a result the now higher cost of our trip through no fault of our own. Have never experienced customer service and lack of professionalism quite like it.

Date of experience : 22 August 2023

Staff were so helpful and made sure the holiday met our requirements definitely book again with Ramsay travel

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Paige, was very helpful and full of great knowledge and answered all of my questions without any problem.

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Date of experience : 28 June 2024

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Paul has gone above and beyond to help reschedule our holiday. He has been so helpful and understanding. It was much appreciated

I have used Ramsay travel since I moved to this area and have always had great service. Ailsa, James and the other staff in Perth can’t be bettered.

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Renauld White, Debonair Model Who Broke Barriers, Dies at 80

The first Black American model to appear on the cover of GQ magazine, he was an avatar of male beauty for nearly half a century.

Renauld White, an older man with a salt-and-pepper beard, smiles while holding open a book showing a younger version of himself on the cover of GQ magazine.

By Penelope Green

Renauld White, who was widely considered to be the first Black American male supermodel and who for nearly half a century was an image of American style, walking the runways for Bill Blass , Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Jeffrey Banks and Donna Karan, died on June 26 in Manhattan. He was 80.

His niece Alonda Gregory confirmed the death, in a hospital. No cause was given.

Mr. White, at a lanky 6-foot-2 with a chiseled face and aquiline nose, was for decades a sought-after avatar of male beauty, photographed for editorial and commercial work by fashion stars like Charles Tracy, Herb Ritts , Horst P. Horst and Bruce Weber. He sported a short Afro, a mustache and often a disarming smile in becoming the first Black American model to appear on the cover of GQ magazine, in November 1979.

(The first Black model to appear on GQ’s cover, in 1977, was the Swiss-born Urs Althaus. The showman Sammy Davis Jr. was the first Black man to appear on a GQ cover, in September 1967.)

Mr. White was for a time the face of Arrow shirts and Black Tie cologne. He was a pitchman for Miller Lite and Delta Air Lines. He was the first Black model to sell a hair product mostly marketed to white men: Vitalis Hair Tonic. He appeared on the Phil Donahue TV show in 1978 to discuss the myth of the “cute but dumb” reputation that accrued to those in Mr. White’s profession. He was as ubiquitous and desirable “as Naomi Campbell would be later,” Mr. Banks said.

When Mr. White began designing under his own name in the late 1970s, Mr. Banks, who had worked at Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, made sure that Mr. White modeled every collection he produced.

“He carried the clothes, he looked beautiful,” Mr. Banks said. “He was the quintessential American man.”

Mr. Banks recalled suggesting in the early 1980s that Mr. White shave off his mustache for a Bruce Weber campaign for Mr. Banks’s clothes. Mr. White balked.

“I looked at him as the Black Cary Grant, and I wanted him to stand out from all the other Black models, not that there were a lot of them,” Mr. Banks said. “He resisted and resisted, but of course in the end he did it, and got tons more work as a result.”

Mr. White attracted the attention of the Queen of Soul. When Aretha Franklin saw him in a television commercial for Black Tie cologne in the mid-1980s, she reached out to him, and for the next decade he was a favored escort.

“Suddenly she was in my life,” he told The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 1994, the year he accompanied Ms. Franklin to Washington to receive her Kennedy Center Honor. “I have always said my life is like a movie, and meeting her made it even more so.”

When the reporter pressed him — was it a romance? — he was diplomatic. “We have a strong emotional tie,” he said. “She’s a legend, after all. An icon.”

Interviewed by Ebony magazine the next year, Ms. Franklin said: “Renauld and I are close, very close. There’s a kind of unexplainable something that happens between he and I. It’s warm. I like it.”

Mr. White, Mr. Banks said, was a private, disciplined man, fastidious in his dress and his diet, gentlemanly and gracious in all settings.

“I never heard him curse,” he said. “He felt he was a standard-bearer for his race. As one of the first Black male models who broke through, he always felt he had to uphold a certain set of values.”

Mr. White often described modeling as “silent acting.”

“There’s not much demanded from men when we get in front of the camera,” he told the model Sharon Quinn in 2018 for her program “Model Behavior,” now on YouTube . “We don’t have to make great shapes. We have to be pillars of coolness, to stand there and be suave and debonair. You have to have something working in your mind so it comes out through your eyes.”

Renauld White was born on Feb. 1, 1944, in Newark, the second of four sons. His father, Robert White, was a truck driver and a natty dresser who favored suits on the weekend. His mother, Maybelline (Scott) White, was a hat model.

Renauld played right tackle on his high school football team and later performed in school plays. His parents divorced, and he began working right after graduating to support his mother. He had a clerical job at an electric company and took night classes in business; he found himself “hating it without doing anything about it,” he told The Durham Morning Herald of North Carolina in 1976, “except to rebel in small ways by growing a beard.”

On weekends he headed to Manhattan, where he danced the mambo at the Palladium, the storied Latin nightclub on West 53rd Street, and met the Black designer Stephen Burrows, who was also from Newark, and who encouraged Mr. White to pursue modeling.

Mr. White was rejected by the Ford agency because, an agent told him, he was too tall and had a scar on his nose (from being whacked by a bat during a childhood baseball game). The agent sent him to Wilhelmina, where, as he told Ms. Quinn, something came over him.

He remembered feeling, he said, that “you’re a Black man, it’s 1968, your city has been burned down” — Newark had been ravaged by racial unrest the summer before — “there are race riots in the South, but you’re in the North, and you can do something about it.”

What Mr. White did was announce to the Wilhelmina receptionist that he was an official from the N.A.A.C.P. and demand to see the number of Black models being represented by the agency. “If I’m not satisfied,” he recalled saying, “I will have pickets outside tomorrow!”

Instead, he got a modeling contract.

“Renauld made history,” said Musa Jackson, the model, producer and founder of Ambassador Digital magazine , who in the early ’80s was cast as the first Black male Gap mode, and who was one of the many young men Mr. White mentored. He added: “He opened doors that he didn’t even realize he opened. I am forever grateful I got to walk through those doors.”

Mr. White also pursued a career as an actor. He was a stentorian Julius Caesar in “Julius Caesar Set in Africa,” based on Shakespeare’s original, at the Nuyorican Poets Café in the East Village in 1998. (Anita Gates, writing in The New York Times , said he “had the regal bearing of a king,” though she thought he was a bit too loud.) His other roles, both onstage and on television, included several episodes of the soap opera “Guiding Light.”

Mr. White is survived by his brother, Colin.

Mr. White never stopped modeling. In the year before his death, he starred in a Dolce & Gabbana ad , photographed by Steven Meisel, who had requested him, according to his agent, Ray Volant. It’s an arresting image: Mr. White in a pinstriped jacket, fingers forming a fist at his lapel, his gaze direct and challenging.

“Glamorous moments are few and far between,” Mr. White told The Morning Call of Pennsylvania in 1983. “The glamour comes in certain moments in this profession, and you know it because they’re like gems, as when the right light is hitting a diamond. That’s when the glamour comes. The rest is not silence, but, simply, work.”

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13 movies and shows that take us into the Michelin world of restaurants

These shows give us a glimpse into the struggle in the name of michelin stars..

By Imelda García

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Jeremy Allen White stars as Carmen Berzatto, in "The Bear."

Being recognized in the Michelin Guide with one, two or three stars is a big deal for restaurants across the world that dream, struggle, and, with a lot of effort and a bit of luck, make it to the coveted list.

Michelin has not been alien to pop culture, especially in the world of film and television where stories introduce the viewer to the Michelin world.

With the Michelin Guide coming to Texas , it’s a good time to grab the popcorn and marathon-watch these movies, shows, and documentaries that give us a glimpse into the effort, stories, and drama experienced around the famous Michelin stars.

Burnt, 2015

Adam Jones is a renowned chef who achieved fame at a young age, which led him to trouble with drugs and ego issues. Once he overcomes his problems, he tries to expiate himself by leading a restaurant to Michelin stars.

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Directed by John Wells. Stars Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, and Daniel Brühl.

Where to watch? Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV

The Hundred-Foot Journey, 2014

The Kadam family, whose son Hassam is a culinary novice, is displaced from India. They settle in a village in the South of France, where they open an Indian restaurant right in front of Madame Mallory’s Michelin-starred eatery.

Directed by Lasse Hallström. Stars Helen Mirren, Om Puri and Manish Dayal.

Where to watch? YouTube, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play

Tasting Menu, 2013

Chakula restaurant, one of the best restaurants in the world and owned by chef Mar Vidal, will close its doors and have one last night to shine. A select group of people will attend the event, including a couple who broke up but are reunited again just to attend this memorable night.

Directed by Roger Gual. Stars Stephen Rea, Jan Cornet, Claudia Bassols and Vicenta N’Dongo.

Where to watch? Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, Tubi

Le Chef / Comme un Chef, 2012

This French comedy is about the story of Jacky Bonnot, a young man who loves to cook and gets near Alexandre Lagarde, a renowned chef of a Michelin-starred restaurant, by painting his house. After some struggles, both start to work together to renovate the restaurant’s menu. But it’s not without drama, due to Lagarde’s stubbornness.

Directed by Daniel Cohen. Stars Jean Reno, Michaël Youn and Raphaëlle Agogué.

Where to watch? YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Apple TV

Documentaries

Michelin stars: tales from the kitchen, 2017.

This documentary shows the every day life inside Michelin restaurants. It offers an inside look of the real dynamics in the kitchen behind gorgeous and flavorful dishes.

Directed by Rasmus Dinesen. Stars 15 chefs.

Where to watch? Roku Channel, Amazon Prime Video

Chef’s Table, 2015-2022

Netflix’s Chef’s Table docuseries goes inside the lives and kitchens of the most renowned chefs in the world. The original series consists of six volumes, plus there are four spinoff series: France, Pastry, BBQ and Pizza.

Created by David Gelb.

Where to watch? Netflix

For Grace, 2015

Curtis Duffy became one of the most acclaimed chefs despite many life tragedies, from the death of his parents to the loss of his own marriage. The documentary also explores the birth and evolution of the restaurant where he worked, the now-closed Grace, which was one of the few three-star restaurants in the U.S.

Directed by Mark Helenowski and Kevin Pang. Stars Curtis Duffy.

Where to watch? Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Tubi, Roku Channel

Noma: My Perfect Storm, 2015

Chef René Redzepi embarks on a journey to reinvent his restaurant, Noma, after it was named the best restaurant in the world several times. The documentary allows the public to see the kitchen dynamics from the inside, from how they get their ingredients to the process of creation.

Directed by Pierre Deschamps. Stars René Redzepi.

Where to watch? Tubi, YouTube, Roku Channel, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV

El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, 2011

El Bulli was considered one of the best restaurants in the world, and this documentary follows chef Ferran Adrià on the journey to create new dishes for his Spanish restaurant, which is closed for six months to prepare for the next season. It is an insider view with no narrator or interviews: The viewer just watches the crew involved in the action.

Directed by Gereon Wetzel. Stars Ferran Adrià.

Where to watch? Kanopy, Hoopla

TV and Streaming

Five star chef, 2023-.

Chef Michel Roux Jr., who owned Le Gravroche, a two-star Michelin restaurant, embarks on a quest to find the next head chef for the historic Palm Court restaurant at Langham Hotel, one of the most luxurious in London. In the show, seven professional chefs compete for the job.

Produced by Ruth Kelly and Amanda Westwood. Stars Michel Roux Jr., Mike Reid, and Ravneet Gill.

The Bear, 2022-

After a tragic moment in his family, Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto, an award-winning chef, returns to his hometown of Chicago determined to transform his bankrupted brother’s restaurant into one of the most renowned in the world. The show has been streamed for three seasons.

Created by Christopher Storer. Stars Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón-Zayas, Abby Elliot and Matty Matheson.

Where to watch? Hulu

La Grand Maison Tokyo, 2019-

The Japanese television drama shows the story of Natsuki Obana and Rinko Hayami, who meet by fate and decide to open Le Grand Maison, a French restaurant, in Tokyo. The story showcases the efforts both chefs and their team make to win three stars in the Michelin Guide. The initial scenes of this series were filmed at the three-starred restaurant L’Ambroisie, in Paris.

Written by Tsutomu Kuroiwa. Stars Takuya Kimura, Aki Asakura, Kyôka Suzuki.

Where to watch? No streaming service currently offers this show in the U.S.

Hell’s Kitchen, 2005-

The reality show is hosted by chef Gordon Ramsay, owner of Gordon Ramsay restaurants, one of which (located in London) has held three Michelin stars since 2001. On this show, two teams of chefs compete for a job as head chef at a restaurant. The show has been aired on TV for 19 years in 22 seasons and is available on some streaming platforms.

Created by Gordon Ramsay.

Where to watch? Tubi, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Fubo TV, YouTube, Roku Channel.

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Imelda García , Staff Writer . Imelda García is a journalist covering Hispanic food and Latino culture trends. She previously worked as a reporter for Al Día, the Spanish-language publication of The DMN. Before working at The DMN, she developed most of her career in national outlets in México.

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Great experience

It was really quick and not a bother. Would definitely use this system again !!! Got an amazing deal for Budapest aswell. Very happy.

Date of experience : March 27, 2024

Absolutely fantastic service even after…

Absolutely fantastic service even after working hours I was kept in the loop as to what was happening. Can not fault Laura one bit in her excellent service.

Date of experience : May 26, 2023

Very helpful and my booking was…

Very helpful and my booking was completed very quickly and Danny managed to get a cabin right next to my friend x

Date of experience : March 22, 2024

Brilliant service

Eilidh in the Stirling branch was amazing. She went out of her way to make sure we booked our perfect holiday. Was friendly and helpful throughout and would recommend.

Date of experience : July 11, 2023

Always very helpful and professional…

Always very helpful and professional staff. Always make sure we’re happy with what we’re being offered . Very good service

Date of experience : February 12, 2024

Very helpful!

Very helpful and accommodating when asked to price up various dates, flights and hotels. Really happy with the service we received.

Date of experience : January 10, 2024

Couldn’t have done it better

Laura was amazing, she got us a great deal and was super fast at doing it. She beat all the online prices and would highly recommend the shop.

Date of experience : March 02, 2024

Demi at the Stirling branch was a huge…

Demi at the Stirling branch was a huge help to me, she was quick and efficient! She went out her way to find the best deal for me and now I’ve managed to book my dream city break. Would definitely recommend!

Date of experience : November 23, 2023

Never go anywhere else to book our…

Never go anywhere else to book our holidays First class personal service every time

Date of experience : April 09, 2024

There was no hard sell

There was no hard sell. Nick was knowledgable & did his best to get us the best deal. We ended up going for another country than the one we had planned.

Date of experience : April 16, 2024

When booking the holiday thing couldn't…

When booking the holiday thing couldn't have been better. It is when you need to get your money back from them when things go wrong with your holiday, is the problem. They promise to pay the money back but never do £2057.00. My advise is pay for your holiday by credit card and your bank will go after them to get the money, that is what I did. Will never use them again.

Date of experience : May 31, 2023

I have booked several holidays with…

I have booked several holidays with Ramsay Travel and have always been easy and stress free.

Date of experience : April 17, 2024

Great Service

Ramsay Travel went above & beyond to help us get the best package to meet our requirements, an excellent service yet again!!!!

Date of experience : November 17, 2023

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Is it safe to travel to France? The latest advice

T he French government has raised its terror alert to the highest possible level, “emergency”, following the terror attack in Moscow that left more than 135 people dead.

French prime minister Gabriel Attal said the decision was taken “in light of the Islamic State’s claiming responsibility for the [Moscow] attack and the threats weighing on our country”.

France’s terror threat system has three levels. The highest level is announced if there is a terrorist attack in France or overseas, or if an attack on French soil is considered to be imminent.

France was already on high alert for potential terrorist attacks, with the Paris Olympics and Paralympics due to take place in the capital this summer.

The updated terror alert comes just days before the UK Easter school holidays, when thousands of British holidaymakers will travel across the Channel for a getaway.

What is the Foreign Office advice for France?

The UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) France advice, which was last updated on February 20, reads: “There is a high threat of terrorist attack globally affecting UK interests and British nationals, including from groups and individuals who view the UK and British nationals as targets. You should remain vigilant at all times.”

“Methods of attack have included knife attacks, shootings, bombings and vehicle attacks. Be vigilant in public places and follow the advice of local French authorities,” the FCDO adds.

The FCDO lists shopping centres, entertainment establishments, cultural events, public transport and places of worship as settings where “indiscriminate” terrorism attacks could take place.

Check the France FCDO page for the latest advice.

What happened in the Moscow terror attack?

On Friday, terrorists carried out an attack at the Crocus City Hall on the outskirts of Moscow, killing at least 137 and injuring 140.

Four men, all of whom are citizens of Tajikistan, have been formally charged with committing a group terrorist attack. The attack has been claimed by the Afghanistan-based Islamic State Khorasan Province (IS-K) group.

On March 7, the United States warned its citizens in Russia that extremists had “imminent plans to target large gatherings in Moscow” and specifically mentioned concert venues. It advised Americans to avoid large gatherings.

What should I do if I get caught up in a terrorist attack?

Britain’s counter-terrorism police gives advice on what to do in the event of an emergency . This includes to run to a place of safety: “This is better than trying to surrender or negotiate.” To hide: “It is better to hide than confront. Barricade yourself in, turn your phone to silent and use only when it is safe to do so.” And to tell: “Make sure you know the local emergency numbers in the country you are travelling to. For all EU countries call 112.”

Have there been recent terrorist attacks in France?

There have been a number of terrorist attacks in France over the past decade. In January 2015, eight cartoonists, two guests and two police officers were murdered at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo . The gunmen identified as belonging to al-Qaeda.

In November that year, in the deadliest terrorist attack in French history, 131 people were killed and 413 were injured in a series of shooting and grenade attacks at the Bataclan music venue, near the Stade de France and at several restaurants and bars across Paris. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks.

In July 2016, 86 people were killed and 434 injured in Nice after a 19-tonne cargo truck was driven into crowds during Bastille Day celebrations on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. Again Islamic State claimed responsibility.

What if I want to cancel my trip to France?

If you have booked a package holiday to France and want to cancel your trip for any reason, contact your tour operator and they might offer flexibility with alternative dates. 

But bear in mind that, because the Foreign Office has not issued any advice against travel to France, there is no guarantee that you will receive a refund, nor will you be able to claim money back with your travel insurance company.

If you have booked flights and accommodation independently, and wish to cancel your holiday, contact your travel providers as soon as possible to see if you can rearrange your plans. Note, however, that given the circumstances, it is unlikely you will receive a full refund.

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‘I will probably never be able to go home again’: Russian American journalist Masha Gessen on their Moscow court conviction 

A court in Moscow handed Russian American journalist Masha Gessen an eight-year prison term in absentia for criticizing the Russian military. Gessen, who lives in the US and is a columnist for the New York Times, could end up being imprisoned if they travel to a country with an extradition treaty with Russia.

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Masha Gessen attends the 68th National Book Awards Ceremony and Benefit Dinner at Cipriani Wall Street on Nov. 15, 2017, in New York.

A court in Moscow has handed Russian American journalist Masha Gessen an eight-year prison sentence for criticizing the Russian military.

Moscow-born, Gessen is a staff writer for The New Yorker and a columnist for The New York Times. They’ve been one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s prominent critics.

Gessen was convicted in absentia after being charged with “spreading false information.” The case stems from a YouTube interview Gessen conducted in 2022 with an anti-war Russian blogger, Yuri Dud.

The World’s Host Carolyn Beeler spoke to Gessen, author of numerous books about Russia including “ The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia .”

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Ukraine-Russia war latest: Russia's advance on Kharkiv 'halted'

Volodymyr Zelensky told leaders at his address at Blenheim Palace that Ukraine had halted Moscow's forces completely in northern Kharkiv.

Thursday 18 July 2024 15:32, UK

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  • Russia's Kharkiv advance halted, Zelenskyy says
  • Germany to halve military funding for Ukraine
  • Crimea and Russian Black Sea ports targeted by Ukraine
  • Trial of Evan Gershkovich continues
  • Zelenskyy in UK for EPC summit
  • Orban's Moscow visit was 'an appeasement mission'
  • Big picture:  What you need to know this week
  • Your questions answered: Could internal dissent lead to Putin's removal from power? | Has the West been honest about Ukraine's failures?
  • Live reporting by Ollie Cooper

Thanks for tuning in to our live coverage, that's all for today.

Here are the key events from the day:

  • President Zelenskyy said Ukraine had halted Moscow's forces completely in the Kharkiv region;
  • Germany looks set to halve its military funding for Ukraine next year;
  • Crimea and Russian Black Sea ports were targeted by Ukraine overnight;
  • The EU's president dubbed Viktor Orban's visit to Moscow an "appeasement tour";
  • Mr Zelenskyy appealed for European unity, defence systems and diplomacy during a visit to Blenheim Palace in the UK.

Five people have been killed and three injured in Russian attacks on the Donetsk region, prosecutors have said. 

A woman and her husband were killed in artillery shelling in the village of Pleshchiivka, the general prosecutor's office said.

Another three women were killed in a strike on private buildings in the village of Hrodivka, it added.

Separately, the Russian military dropped two guided bombs on the village of Velyka Novosilka, injuring a man and his wife inside their house, while another man was wounded in an artillery strike in the town of Zalizne.

In April this year, the US finally approved a long-awaited aid package worth some $60.8bn (£49bn) in aid to Ukraine.

Included were vast quantities of much-needed weapons and ammunition meant for the frontlines - which Kyiv had been desperately calling for for months. 

So how have they impacted the war? 

Nichita Gurcov, Eurasia analyst for Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project  (ACLED) told Sky News it may actually have pushed Moscow to act quickly and launch fresh attacks.

"It may have prodded Russia to step up its offensive to claim as much ground as possible, before the arriving weapons make it harder," he says. 

Russia resumed its offensive in October last year after fending off the latest Ukrainian attempt to cut the land corridor to Crimea, Gurcov explains. 

"By mid-February [this year] Russia secured the Avdiivka stronghold and has been since pressing toward Ukrainian logistical hub in Pokrovsk," he said. 

ACLED has counted the number of settlements gained by Russia in each month of the conflict. 

Five were taken in February, but just two in March.

In April (the month the US aid package was announced), seven settlements were captured, followed by nine in May and 11 in June - highlighting a clear increase in Russian offensive action. 

"The sharp increase in the number of claimed settlements in May is due to the Russian re-invasion of the northern Kharkiv region," Gurcov explains. 

"It could have pursued - diverting Ukrainian forces from elsewhere - but so far has been contained," he adds (see 11.40am post).

Another indicator of increased fighting is the number of reported battles, according to ACLED:  

"The sharp increase in fighting in April and the subsequent near-50% increase in May is an all-time high since the invasion," Gurcov notes. 

"The spike is only partially due to the re-invasion of the Kharkiv region as we are recording steadily intensifying offensive in the Donetsk region," he adds. 

Closing arguments in the trial of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich will be heard in a Russian court tomorrow. 

Mr Gershkovich attended a trial session for a second day behind closed doors today - more in our 8.10am post on that.  

The 32-year-old was arrested in March last year while on a reporting trip. Authorities claimed, without offering any evidence, that he was gathering secret information for the US - which he, his employer and his government all vehemently deny. 

Russia will not rule out new deployments of nuclear missiles in response to the planned US stationing of long-range conventional weapons in Germany, Moscow's deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov has said. 

Russia regularly threatens Europe and the US with the nuclear option in public. 

"I am not ruling out any options," the Interfax news agency said he told reporters in the Russian capital when asked to comment on the US deployment plans.

Washington said last week it would start deployment in Germany from 2026 of weapons that will include SM-6, Tomahawk and new hypersonic missiles in order to demonstrate its commitment to NATO and European defence.

Interfax cited Mr Ryabkov as saying that the defence of Russia's Kaliningrad region, which is wedged between NATO members Poland and Lithuania, was a particular focus.

"Kaliningrad is no exception in terms of our 100% determination to do everything necessary to push back those who may harbour aggressive plans and who try to provoke us to take certain steps that are undesirable for anyone and are fraught with further complications," Mr Ryabkov said.

Readers have been sending in their questions to our senior correspondents and military experts for their take on the changing battlefield environment in Ukraine.

Today, Ross Tregembo asks:

Is there a possibility of internal dissent within Putin's inner circle leading to his removal from power?

Moscow correspondent Ivor Bennett   replies:

"Not right now, no. This seems extremely unlikely for a number of reasons.

"Firstly, Vladimir Putin has just started a new presidential term, keeping him in the Kremlin for another six years.

"The potential political jeopardy of an election has evaporated and his approval ratings are near record highs (85% according to the independent Levada Center), helped by Russia gaining the upper hand on the battlefield in Ukraine.

"So there's no overt public support for a change at the top.

"Secondly, who would succeed him? His refusal to pick a successor all these years has been deliberate, and a key factor in preserving his power.

"Thirdly, his potential rivals are focused elsewhere.

"Look at what’s happening at the ministry of defence and the series of corruption scandals. By replacing his long-time ally Sergei Shoigu as minister of defence, Putin seemed to open the doors to a full-on purge of the military’s top brass.

"Analysts say this was a deliberate ploy to play his rivals off against each other - security services vs the military. By doing that, they're less likely to take a shot at him.

"Yes, it's only been a year since his authority was challenged like never before, with the Prigozhin-led uprising. But fast-forward 12 months and his grip on power appears stronger than ever."

A Russian court has sentenced US citizen Michael Travis Leake to 13 years in prison on drug smuggling charges, the court service has said in a statement. 

Mr Leake, a musician and former US paratrooper - who was arrested in June 2023 - was found guilty of selling drugs on a large scale, the court service said.

It was not clear how he pleaded.

He is one of about a dozen Americans currently held in Russian detention - alongside Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, whose trial continued today (see 8.10am post). 

Another American, Robert Romanov Woodland, was sentenced by a Russian court to 12-1/2 years for drug smuggling earlier this month.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's desire to create "a true European Defence Union" if she is re-elected shows the mood in Europe is one of militarisation and confrontation, the Kremlin has said. 

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the plans reflected Ms von der Leyen's "changing priorities" and said her proposals gave a "military colouring" to the EU.

Mr Peskov told reporters that her proposal "confirms the general attitude of European states to militarisation, escalation of tension, confrontation and reliance on confrontational methods in their foreign policy".

"Everything is quite obvious here," he added. 

One more line to bring you from Volodymyr Zelenskyy's address at Blenheim Palace - concerning Russia's progress in northern Kharkiv. 

When trying to convince leaders to help with Kyiv's air defence capability, the president said Ukraine had halted Moscow's forces completely.

"We have stopped the Russian advance on Kharkiv - period," he said.

"Putin has sacrificed tens of thousands of his citizens but has achieved nothing significant," he added.

"This was made possible by the bravery of our warriors and the bravery of our partners, who have lifted limitations on the use of Western weapons along our border," he added. 

Russia launched a surprise attack on Vovchansk in the Kharkiv region in May, opening up another front for Ukraine to defend.

Moscow's troops made rapid progress in the days immediately after the incursion, before being slowed by a stubborn Ukrainian resistance. 

Reports earlier in the week that Russian operations were winding down in the area resulted in Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denying the claims yesterday. 

"This operation is ongoing, it will continue until it has been successfully completed," he told reporters.

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