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2014/04/11 11:03
2014/04/11 11:03
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Russia president Vladimir Putin. (Alexey Druzhinin, AFP) Moscow - President Vladimir Putin is seeking to maintain influence in Ukraine by fomenting instability in its Russian-speaking eastern regions...
2014/04/11 11:03
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2014/04/11 01:19
2014/04/11 01:19
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Many Russians — especially the older and the poorer — have long harbored wistful feelings about their Soviet past. The acquisition of Crimea, however, has begun to change the national narrative,...
2014/04/08 15:45
2014/04/08 15:45
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MOSCOW, Russia - The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday, April 8 cut its growth forecast for Russia following Moscow's takeover of Crimea and warned the Ukrainian crisis could have much wider...
2014/04/07 19:42
2014/04/07 19:42
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As the worst standoff since the Cold War emerges, energy and economic diplomacy are the tools the West applies to contain Russia, expecting them to be more effective than military...
2014/04/02 09:35
2014/04/02 09:35
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A view of a building where the social network VKontakte (In Touch) rents an office space. With over 100 million users concentrated in the ex-Soviet Union, VKontakte (In Touch) is Russia's most popular...
2014/04/01 10:19
2014/04/01 10:19
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia plans to build an undersea gas pipeline to Crimea and could construct three power stations on the Black Sea peninsula following its annexation from Ukraine, Energy Minister...
2014/04/01 05:27
2014/04/01 05:27
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U.S. stops talks with Russia over tax information: report MOSCOW (Reuters) - The United States has de-facto suspended talks with Russia about exchanging information on taxes under 2010's Foreign...
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2014/03/30 04:15
2014/03/30 04:15
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Russia counts economic cost of Crimea intervention Russia has started counting the cost of seizing Crimea from Ukraine to its already stuttering economy, anxiously hoping that the West will refrain...
2014/03/29 00:26
2014/03/29 00:26
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Zubov’s “immoral act” was an op-ed, published on March 1st, in Vedomosti, the country’s most respected daily newspaper. Under the headline “This Has Already Happened,” Zubov compared the Russian...
2014/03/28 20:18
2014/03/28 20:18
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FIREWORKS, concerts, uplifting speeches and patriotic euphoria: the Kremlin is celebrating the annexation of Crimea as though Russia had won the second world war (again) rather than grabbing a piece...
2014/03/28 18:50
2014/03/28 18:50
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PRAGUE (AP) — A Czech university has offered a job to a Russian historian and professor of philosophy, who was fired from a Moscow university after comparing Russia's intervention in Ukraine to Nazi...
2014/03/27 18:15
2014/03/27 18:15
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Putin eyes Russia credit card system after Western sanctions President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said Russia should create its own national payment settlement system, in a bid to reduce economic...
2014/03/25 10:34
2014/03/25 10:34
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Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses the audience during a rally in support of the annexation of Ukraine's Crimea to Russia in Red Square, in Moscow, on March 18, 2014. Picture: Maxim...
2014/03/21 19:50
2014/03/21 19:50
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin pledged support on Friday to a secretive bank long-associated with the Kremlin that was hit by U.S. sanctions and which serves clients in Russia's...
2014/03/21 17:49
2014/03/21 17:49
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MOSCOW - President Vladimir Putin made Russia's taking of Crimea official on Friday, but now the bill for the acquisition may be steep. Boosting pensions and rebuilding the infrastructure on this...
2014/03/18 17:53
2014/03/18 17:53
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Moldova’s breakaway Trans-Dniester region has submitted a plea to the Russian parliament to draft a law that would incorporate the territory into Russia, an official says. Speaker of the Supreme...
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2014/03/18 14:56
2014/03/18 14:56
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Many had feared (or expected), fallout from Crimea's referendum and subsequent accession to Russia may embolden ethnic minorities in many bordering nations to seek self-determination. It appears that...
2014/03/18 13:38
2014/03/18 13:38
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After moving closer today toward annexing Crimea despite looming U.S. sanctions, a defiant President Vladimir Putin called opposition to the move “a demonstration of double standards,” blasting the...
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2014/03/18 07:08
2014/03/18 07:08
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Russia’s top natural gas producer Gazprom is considering making changes to contracts to keep its European customers on board if the West imposes sanctions on Russia over Ukraine, the Vedomosti...
2014/03/17 14:49
2014/03/17 14:49
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MOSCOW-Ford Motor Co.'s /quotes/zigman/264304/delayed/quotes/nls/fF+0.76% Russian joint-venture, Ford Sollers, has put its operation under review and is eying possible production cutbacks due to...
2014/04/11 11:03
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