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Did Russia Get a Raw Deal during Eurovision? (Op-Ed)

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After a warn feat of Ukraine during a Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm on May 14, a carol of complaints could be listened from Moscow. Even before a show, Russia had lobbied Eurovision to anathema Jamala’s strain about a deportation ...

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Russia Ratifies International Agreement on Financial Information Exchange

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Russia has sealed an general agreement on a sell of financial information, state news group TASS reported Thursday. The conduct of Russia’s Federal Taxation Service (FNS) Mikhail Mishustin pronounced that Russia will join a tellurian complement of information sell between ...

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Details Emerge of Criminal Case Against Russia’s RBC Media

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Independent Russian media association RosBusinessConsulting (RBC) has been indicted of defrauding shareholders of one million rubles ($15,400), a Kommersant journal reported Thursday. The Russian Interior Ministry launched a rapist box in late Apr after claims from shareholder Alexander Panov that ...

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Russia Launches Criminal Case Against Independent RBC Media

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Russia’s Interior Ministry has launched a rapist box into purported rascal by a RosBusinessConsulting (RBC) media holding, a Kommersant journal reported on Wednesday. The box was launched following claims that shareholders were deprived of their stock. Alexander Panov, a former ...

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How Europe Became a Russian Gangster Playground, and Why That’s Changing

In early May, a moves came thick and fast. In Portugal, military swooped on a Russian rapist network that bought control of struggling lower-league football clubs and used them to refine millions of euros. Meanwhile, in London, sidestep account trainer ...

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Savchenko Swap ‘May Not Happen’ – Lawyer

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The counsel for dual Russian soldiers jailed in Ukraine says that a due barter between a span and Ukrainian commander Nadiya Savchenko might not happen, a RBC news opening reported. Olga Sokolovskaya, who represents Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeny Yerofeev, pronounced ...

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Russia May Ban All Remaining Turkish Fruit and Veg Imports

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Russia’s cultivation watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor skeleton to anathema all vegetables and fruit imports from Turkey subsequent week, a Interfax news group reported Thursday. According to emissary conduct of Rosselkhoznadzor, Yulia Shvabauskene, a group is deliberation this magnitude as “they continue to ...

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Implementation of Minsk-2 Ceasefire Agreement ‘Lamentable’

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Kremlin orator Dmitry Peskov has called a doing of a Minsk-2 ceasefire agreement “lamentable,” one day before a tip assembly on bringing assent to eastern Ukraine, state news group TASS reported. Foreign ministers from Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine are ...

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Russian Tourists Cut Holiday Spending By 30 Percent in 2015

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Russians reduced their spending while abroad by 30 percent final year as mercantile retrogression army them to be some-more clever with money, a Meduza news website reported Tuesday, citing information from a United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). Russians spent ...

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Panama Papers Link More Than 6,000 Russians to Offshore Companies

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More than 6,000 Russian people and authorised entities possess or conduct offshore companies, according to information published online by a International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. A tellurian group of inquisitive reporters on May 9 non-stop entrance to a full database ...

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