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Russia Names Olympic Athletic Squad Despite Doping Ban

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Russia has a named 68 track-and-field athletes it wants to send to a summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro notwithstanding being criminialized from a competition, a Associated Press reported Tuesday. The list includes two-time Olympic stick safe champion Yelena Isinbayeva, ...

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U.K. Government Warns of Russian Military Threat

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The denunciation was stark. No longer was Russia an fan or partner. Instead it was to be seen as a “strategic competitor” and troops threat. Russia had increased troops capacity, strong anti-Western propaganda, and shown willingness to “maintain a globe ...

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Infamous Russian Double Agent Dies In U.S.

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A Russian double representative who fled to a U.S. has died, a Interfax news group reported Thursday, citing unnamed sources. Alexander Poteyev, a former colonel in Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Services (SVR), handed state secrets to American authorities before journey to ...

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How Russia’s Electronic Music Scene Turned Political After Outline Blow

Dmitry Puzyryovsky, 27, was prepared to rave. Part of a organisation of ten friends, some of whom had trafficked generally for the arise from St. Petersburg and Minsk, he had tickets to the Outline 2016 electronic song festival in Moscow on July 2. But the party finished before it ever began. ...

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Petition to Replace Russian Football Team Grows to 300,000 Signatures

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A petition to reinstate a whole patrol of Russia’s inhabitant football group has collected roughly 300,000 signatures on amicable activism site Change.org. There was open cheer opposite a nation when Russia was separated from a European Championships in France final ...

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Russia’s Reserve Fund to Run Empty in 2017

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Russia will dull a Reserve Fund subsequent year and will start dipping into a National Welfare Fund, a Reuters news group reported Tuesday, citing breeze bill materials. Amid bill deficit, a Finance Ministry is approaching to boost domestic borrowing 4 ...

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Pro-Kremlin Movement Attacks Independent Russian TV Channel Dozhd

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Pro-Kremlin transformation Anti-Maidan has combined to a Prosecutor General accusing a eccentric radio channel Dozhd of regularly violation Russian media law on militant and nonconformist groups, a RBC news site reported Tuesday. The law requires purebred media outlets to mention ...

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A Modest Deal: Vladimir Putin’s New Détente (Op-Ed)

Vladimir Frolov Russian President Vladimir Putin is in deconfliction mode with the West after a wild float of two and a half years of military and diplomatic tensions. In a far-reaching trimming process debate at a biannual assembly of Russian ambassadors on July 1, Putin did not usually go by the regular ...

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More than 120 killed in Islamic State’s misfortune ever explosve conflict in a Iraqi capital

BAGHDAD — At slightest 121 people died as a self-murder automobile explosve blew adult in a bustling selling travel in executive Baghdad in a early hours of Sunday morning, many blazing to genocide as successive fires consumed cafes and stores ...

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Turkey Offers House to Family of Deceased Russian Pilot

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Turkish officials have offering to give a residence in a country’s strand review of Kemer to a family of a Russian warrior commander downed by Turkish atmosphere forces, a TASS news group reported Friday. Russian Consul General Alexander Tolstopyatenko pronounced ...

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