Daria Aslamova

Daria Aslamova (born September 8, 1969, Khabarovsk) is a journalist, correspondent for Pravda.Ru.


Graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Lomonosov Moscow State University.


She worked as a military correspondent for the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper in "hot spots" (Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Cambodia, Ossetia, Tajikistan, Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Mali).

In 2003, she interviewed Saddam Hussein: the only journalist who was honored to have a conversation with him.

In early 2011, she was arrested four times while on a business trip to Egypt. In the spring of the same year, she recorded a conversation with Thierry Meyssan, in which her interlocutor claimed that "the United States was preparing a" color "revolution in Egypt according to the scenario of Georgia and Ukraine."

In the summer of 2012, during a trip to the regions of Turkey bordering Syria, she illegally made her way to the Syrian refugee camp, where rebel forces were located and interviewed several leaders of the uprising.

Since February 2016, she joined "Komsomolskaya Pravda Radio" for "Hot Spots with Daria Aslamova" show. In her show, she talked about her assignments to restless places: Kurdistan, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Nagorno-Karabakh, etc.

In September 2017, the Moldovan border service refused to let Daria Aslamova into the country, despite the fact that the correspondent presented a personal invitation from Igor Dodon, who wanted to give her an interview.

On the night of August 6-7, 2022, the Kosovo police detained the journalist at the border with Serbia on suspicion of espionage. After interrogation, she was released and went to Serbia.

Since 2023, she has been collaborating with Pravda.Ru.