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Putin Tells Merkel And Hollande of ‘Ukrainian Provocation’

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Russian boss Vladimir Putin has hold phone talks with German chancellor Angela Merkel and French boss Francois Hollande to plead augmenting violations of a ceasefire agreement in southeast Ukraine, a Kremlin announced Friday. Putin stressed a “provocative nature” of Ukraine’s ...

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Russian Artist Pavlensky Stripped of Award Over Support for Police Killers

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The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) has nude radical domestic opening artist Pyotr Pavlensky of a Vaclav Havel prize, awarded to him in May, a Dozhd news website reported Friday. The preference was a outcome of Pavlensky’s support for a Primorye ...

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All You Need to Know About NATO’s Warsaw Summit

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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) biennial limit is to take place between Jul 8-9 during Poland’s National Stadium in Warsaw, with all 28 NATO members set to attend. Dealing with Russia was a priority during a 2014 limit hold ...

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NATO’s Stoltenberg Discusses Russia, Kremlin Reacts

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NATO is committed to progressing domestic discourse with Russia, pronounced NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg during a Thursday press conference. NATO’s Warsaw limit is underway, with Russia and several affairs opposite Eastern Europe during a core of discussions. Stoltenberg pronounced that ...

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Putin Cancels All Meetings for a Week

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has cancelled all designed engagements for a rest of a week, a RBC journal reported Wednesday, citing Kremlin sources. The reasons for a cancellations is as nonetheless unknown. Kremlin orator Dmitry Peskov told reporters that nothing ...

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Russia Launches Modernized Soyuz Rocket to Space Station

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A Russian rocket carrying 3 astronauts to a International Space Station successfully took off from a Baikonur Cosmodrome on Thursday, a state-run TASS news group reported. The launch noted a initial moody of a modernized chronicle of a princely Soyuz ...

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Kremlin Denies Putin Schedule Cancellations

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The Kremlin has denied that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s report has been cancelled for a rest of a week, a Interfax news group reported Wednesday. Presidential orator Dmitry Peskov reliable that usually a President’s reliable events are strictly announced. “Nothing ...

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Is a Kremlin Forcing Mikhail Prokhorov to Sell His Russian Assets?

Russian aristocrat Mikhail Prokhorov once pronounced he likes to completely renovate his veteran life each 8 years. And so things have incited out. In the 1990s, Prokhorov was a banker, scooping adult a business sovereignty on the inexpensive in the county’s pell-mell privatizations. At the spin of the millennium, ...

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50 Ukrainian Cargo Trucks Stranded in Russian Smolensk

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Russian authorities have stopped 50 Ukrainian trucks with products firm for Kazakhstan during a checkpoint in Smolensk, a RBC news website reported Tuesday. Local authorities explain their load breaks new restrictions placed on Ukrainian products transiting by a country. Goods ...

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Navalny: Russian Deputy Prime Minister Owns 10 Elite Apartments

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Russian oppositioner Alexei Navalny has indicted Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov of shopping 10 apartments, a sum cost of that is estimated during 600 million rubles ($9.4 million). The purchases were carried out by a counsel closely compared with Shuvalov, ...

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