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Today β€” March 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

Russia angry at Poland over WWII anniversary snub

By admin

Russia expressed anger on Wednesday (20 March) that President Vladimir Putin has not been invited to ceremonies marking the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II in Poland later this year.

Yesterday β€” March 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

The Mueller Report: How Did We Get Here?

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has conducted an extensive investigation into Russian efforts to sway the outcome of the 2016 presidential race. Here are the key events that brought us to this moment.

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Putin in Crimea as Russia marks five years since β€˜reunification’

By Georgi Gotev

Russian President Vladimir Putin flew into Crimea on Monday (18 March) to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Moscow's annexation of the strategic peninsula from Ukraine which was condemned by the West but remains popular among Russians.

Russia slams β€˜hypocrisy’ of new Western sanctions ahead of Crimea anniversary

By EURACTIV.com with AFP

Ahead of the fifth anniversary of Moscow's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, condemned by the West but celebrated by most Russians, the United States, Canada and the EU slapped new sanctions on more than a dozen Russian officials and businesses in response to Moscow's "continued aggression in Ukraine."

Five years after Crimea annexation, tensions remain

By Amy Kellogg

Some say the so-called “Crimean Consensus,” the ability of Crimea to put a smile on every Russian’s face, has dried up. 

Five years after Crimea annexation, tensions remain

By Amy Kellogg

Some say the so-called “Crimean Consensus,” the ability of Crimea to put a smile on every Russian’s face, has dried up. 

Ex-Putin adviser who died under mysterious circumstances in US had broken neck bone, report says

By Samuel Chamberlain

A former key adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin suffered a broken bone in his neck "at or near the time of his death" in a Washington, D.C. hotel room in November 2015, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported Saturday.

Ex-Putin adviser who died under mysterious circumstances in US had broken neck bone, report says

By Samuel Chamberlain

A former key adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin suffered a broken bone in his neck "at or near the time of his death" in a Washington, D.C. hotel room in November 2015, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported Saturday.

Notes on the Culture: From Claude Monet to Banksy, Why Do Artists Destroy Their Own Work?

By M.H. MILLER

Whether as a disavowal of one’s early output or because of simple frustration, some creative souls have relegated important pieces to history’s dustbin.

Russia passes laws banning β€˜fake news,’ β€˜disrespect’ of government

By Lucia Suarez Sang

Russian lawmakers passed two new bills Thursday that imposes restrictions on the spreading of what the Kremlin perceives to be “fake news” and criminalizes anyone for “blatant disrespect” of the state.

Russia passes laws banning β€˜fake news,’ β€˜disrespect’ of government

By Lucia Suarez Sang

Russian lawmakers passed two new bills Thursday that imposes restrictions on the spreading of what the Kremlin perceives to be “fake news” and criminalizes anyone for “blatant disrespect” of the state.

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