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The Moscow Times
Police Investigating Former Russian Railways Head YakuninLaw enforcement agencies have launched an investigation into the activities of
Police Investigating Former Russian Railways Head Yakunin
The Moscow Times / Posted yesterday
Law enforcement agencies have launched an investigation into the activities of former Russian Railways head Vladimir Yakunin, opposition leader Alexei Navalny wrote on his blog Friday. The investigation was initiated at the request of Navalny's... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Moscow Resident Allegedly Murders Creditors' RepresentativeA Moscow resident faces murder charges for shooting and killing a representativ
Moscow Resident Allegedly Murders Creditors' Representative
The Moscow Times / Posted yesterday
A Moscow resident faces murder charges for shooting and killing a representative of his creditors who had arrived at his apartment in the company of court bailiffs to take inventory of the man's possessions, the Investigative Committee said in a... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia Signs Deal to Hand Over North Korean RefugeesRussia has signed an agreement with North Korea regarding the deportation of �i
Russia Signs Deal to Hand Over North Korean Refugees
The Moscow Times / Posted 2 days ago
Russia has signed an agreement with North Korea regarding the deportation of �illegal� immigrants, State Duma opposition deputy Dmitry Gudkov, said in an online post Wednesday. Officially, the agreement calls for �transferring and accepting... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Petition Posted to Rename Moscow Street After Downed Su-24 PilotThe Assistance League of Defense Enterprises has proposed that a street in Mosc
Petition Posted to Rename Moscow Street After Downed Su-24 Pilot
The Moscow Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Assistance League of Defense Enterprises has proposed that a street in Moscow be renamed to commemorate the Russian Su-24 fighter-bomber pilot shot down in Syria, the RIA Novosti news agency reported Wednesday. A petition to rename 7th Rostovsky... Read more
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International Business Times
Inside Russia's street gangs: Author gains unprecedented access to mafia networks Amid blanket state propaganda and tightening restrictions on independent media,
Inside Russia's street gangs: Author gains unprecedented access to mafia networks
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
Amid blanket state propaganda and tightening restrictions on independent media, the networks of corruption linking government officials, organised crime gangs and business is a subject strictly off-limits in Russia. However, in recent weeks a series... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Washington Is The Greatest Threat To World OrderSergei Naryshkin, the Chairman of the Russian Parliament says that the growing
Washington Is The Greatest Threat To World Order
Op-Ed News / Posted 4 days ago
Sergei Naryshkin, the Chairman of the Russian Parliament says that the growing tensions in international relations result from Washington's lack of morals and violations of international law: "The increasing crisis in international relations is... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia's Yabloko Party Turns Down Offer to Merge With PARNASRussian liberal opposition party Yabloko has turned down a proposal from the PA
Russia's Yabloko Party Turns Down Offer to Merge With PARNAS
The Moscow Times / Posted 5 days ago
Russian liberal opposition party Yabloko has turned down a proposal from the PARNAS opposition party that they merge to compile a single list of State Duma election candidates, the Kommersant newspaper reported Monday. “It was suggested that we... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Mikheil Saakashvili Proves There's an Evolving Russian-Speaking SpaceAs the president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili rarely missed a chance to pres
Mikheil Saakashvili Proves There's an Evolving Russian-Speaking Space
The Moscow Times / Posted 8 days ago
As the president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili rarely missed a chance to present himself as a man whose mission was to dismantle every vestige of Soviet or Russian imperial legacy. He opened a museum of occupation in Tbilisi and ordered a gigantic... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
PM, Culture Minister Open 47th Session of Cairo International Book FairPrime Minister Sherif Ismail and Culture Minister Helmi el Namnam opened on Wed
PM, Culture Minister Open 47th Session of Cairo International Book Fair
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail and Culture Minister Helmi el Namnam opened on Wednesday the 47th Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF) under the theme of "Culture on the frontline". The opening was attended by the Russian State Duma Speaker. Bahrain... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russians Fall in LineA State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, an
Russians Fall in Line
The Moscow Times / Posted 9 days ago
A State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, and said he would ask government and security agencies to take �serious� action in response, the Russian News Service reported Tuesday. The American military's European... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The greatest hotels in EuropeProvençal’s tough past has long provided the setting for the well-heeled and ta
The greatest hotels in Europe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Provençal’s tough past has long provided the setting for the well-heeled and tasteful. Hill-topping villages. Castles. Ramparts. Rip out the ruffians and they’re ripe for luxury. Thus, the Bastide de Gordes, clamped to the cliff-side of France’s most... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Lawmaker Blames U.S. for Flu EpidemicA State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, an
Russian Lawmaker Blames U.S. for Flu Epidemic
The Moscow Times / Posted 10 days ago
A State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, and said he would ask government and security agencies to take “serious” action in response, the Russian News Service reported Tuesday. Communist lawmaker Vadim Solovyov... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Scenes of Student Life in Russia"Some of the boys called my son "Obama's little spy," says Jynks Burton. "But t
Scenes of Student Life in Russia
The Moscow Times / Posted 12 days ago
"Some of the boys called my son "Obama's little spy," says Jynks Burton. "But they're at that age I suppose, always looking for something to tease other boys about …" The Russian ruble � which hit historic lows against the U.S. dollar earlier this... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Rush for Moscow Exhibition Sparks Serov Jokes"Some of the boys called my son "Obama's little spy," says Jynks Burton. "But t
Rush for Moscow Exhibition Sparks Serov Jokes
The Moscow Times / Posted 12 days ago
"Some of the boys called my son "Obama's little spy," says Jynks Burton. "But they're at that age I suppose, always looking for something to tease other boys about …" If you're forking out thousands of rubles on hot drinks in coffee shops in order... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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The Young Witness
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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Western Advocate
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
575 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Russian Parliament Wants to Increase Economic CooperationLuanda — The vice speaker of the Assembly of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Fe
Russian Parliament Wants to Increase Economic Cooperation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
Luanda — The vice speaker of the Assembly of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Fedorov, defended Thursday in Luanda, raising the level of economic cooperation to the excellent political relations with Angola. At the end of a meeting with the Minister... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia's Ruling Regime Must Modernize or Face CollapseIn 2014-2015, Russia's domestic policy was pushed abroad — first toward Ukraine
Russia's Ruling Regime Must Modernize or Face Collapse
The Moscow Times / Posted 15 days ago
In 2014-2015, Russia's domestic policy was pushed abroad — first toward Ukraine, then toward Syria. In 2016 the Russian authorities will have to shift their focus away from shaping the world order and toward putting their own house in order.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Age
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Courier
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
575 related stories
16d
The Young Witness
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
575 related stories
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Western Advocate
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
575 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Manning River Times
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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The North West Star
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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16d
The Washington Times
Vladimir Putin ‘probably’ ordered Alexander Litvinenko poisoning, British inquiry findsOne of the most spectacular cloak-and-dagger hits of the post-Cold War era has
Vladimir Putin ‘probably’ ordered Alexander Litvinenko poisoning, British inquiry finds
The Washington Times / Posted 16 days ago
One of the most spectacular cloak-and-dagger hits of the post-Cold War era has blossomed into a full-blown diplomatic row after a British government inquiry concluded Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably” ordered the poisoning of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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WA Today
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Putin's Spokesman Calls Litvinenko Inquiry a 'Quasi-Investigation'Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov called the British inquiry into the murder of A
Putin's Spokesman Calls Litvinenko Inquiry a 'Quasi-Investigation'
The Moscow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov called the British inquiry into the murder of Alexander Litvinenko — a former Federal Security Service (FSB) agent poisoned in London in 2006 � a “quasi-investigation” and said it may �poison� bilateral relations... Read more
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The Moscow Times
British Inquiry Finds Putin 'Probably' Approved Litvinenko MurderA British inquiry into the high-profile case of Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian
British Inquiry Finds Putin 'Probably' Approved Litvinenko Murder
The Moscow Times / Posted 16 days ago
A British inquiry into the high-profile case of Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian former Federal Security Service (FSB) officer poisoned in London in 2006, concluded that he was murdered by two Russians, “probably” following FSB instructions that were... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Kadyrov Set to Play Hardball With Russian OppositionKonstantin Senchenko, a Krasnoyarsk lawmaker, found himself in the spotlight th
Kadyrov Set to Play Hardball With Russian Opposition
The Moscow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Konstantin Senchenko, a Krasnoyarsk lawmaker, found himself in the spotlight this month when he was the first to oppose Ramzan Kadyrov in his anti-opposition campaign. Kadyrov called opposition activists "enemies of the people" — a term used during... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Kadyrov Let Loose to Play Hardball With OppositionKonstantin Senchenko, a Krasnoyarsk lawmaker, found himself in the spotlight th
Kadyrov Let Loose to Play Hardball With Opposition
The Moscow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Konstantin Senchenko, a Krasnoyarsk lawmaker, found himself in the spotlight this month when he was the first to oppose Ramzan Kadyrov in his anti-opposition campaign. Kadyrov called opposition activists "enemies of the people" — a term used during... Read more
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International Business Times
Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: Timeline of the poisoning of former Russian spy Nearly a decade after Alexander Litvinenko's fatal poisoning sparked one of the
Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: Timeline of the poisoning of former Russian spy
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
Nearly a decade after Alexander Litvinenko's fatal poisoning sparked one of the UK's most intriguing murder investigations, a report on an independent inquiry into his death is set to be published. The conclusions of the report, led by Sir Robert... Read more
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New Now Next
Russia Rejects Bill That Would Have Banned Gay Men From Coming OutThe Russian State Duma rejected a bill Monday that would have made the “public
Russia Rejects Bill That Would Have Banned Gay Men From Coming Out
New Now Next / Posted 18 days ago
The Russian State Duma rejected a bill Monday that would have made the “public expression of non-traditional sexual relations” illegal throughout the country, which still currently has a ban on promoting “homosexual propaganda” to minors. Activists... Read more
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The Washington Times
Russian censors say emojis don’t violate ‘gay propaganda’ banThe Russian government has concluded that emojis that come pre-installed on App
Russian censors say emojis don’t violate ‘gay propaganda’ ban
The Washington Times / Posted 18 days ago
The Russian government has concluded that emojis that come pre-installed on Apple iPhones don’t violate the federal law against promoting homosexuality to minors, sparing the Silicon Valley company from being fined for infringing on the Kremlin’s... Read more
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The Moscow Times
State Duma Speaker Suggests EU Sanction Kiev Over Minsk ViolationsState Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin has suggested the European Union impose san
State Duma Speaker Suggests EU Sanction Kiev Over Minsk Violations
The Moscow Times / Posted 18 days ago
State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin has suggested the European Union impose sanctions on Kiev for violating the Minsk agreements, the TASS news agency reported Tuesday. �I want to believe that the proponents of the extension of the anti-Russian... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Ice Bath Cleanses Russian Orthodox BelieversThe ruble weakened sharply on Monday morning as the price of oil fell to new lo
Ice Bath Cleanses Russian Orthodox Believers
The Moscow Times / Posted 18 days ago
The ruble weakened sharply on Monday morning as the price of oil fell to new lows, worsening the outlook for Russia's recession-hit economy. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called for a thaw in relations with Russia, urging dialogue in order... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Orthodox Believers Take Icy Plunge to Mark EpiphanyThe ruble weakened sharply on Monday morning as the price of oil fell to new lo
Russian Orthodox Believers Take Icy Plunge to Mark Epiphany
The Moscow Times / Posted 18 days ago
The ruble weakened sharply on Monday morning as the price of oil fell to new lows, worsening the outlook for Russia's recession-hit economy. You could be a fluffy bunny. You could be a scary Zombie. You could even be Conchita Wurst. But you just had... Read more
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The Moscow Times
New Anti-Gay Law Rejected by Russian Duma CommitteeThe State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building has r
New Anti-Gay Law Rejected by Russian Duma Committee
The Moscow Times / Posted 19 days ago
The State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building has rejected a bill that would make it illegal to come out as gay in Russia, the Interfax news agency reported Monday. Dmitry Vyatkin, the deputy chairman of the committee... Read more
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