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Why we Want to Enter a Sham Parliament (Op-Ed)

Dmitry Potapenko I have motionless to stand for parliament as a candidate for the usually celebration clinging to protecting private business. People tell me it is an exercise in futility; that this new celebration will also tumble underneath the control of the authorities; and that the State Duma itself is hold ...

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Russian TV Stays Mum Over Murderous Nanny

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A lady brandishes a severed conduct of a child, shouts “Allah Akbar,” and threatens to blow herself up. The hideous stage celebrated in northwest Moscow on Feb. 29, would have dominated radio screens in any other country. In Russia, however, ...

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Deadly Explosions Raise Questions over Russian Mining Safety

Sergei (not his genuine name) was some-more than 700 meters subterraneous when the blast came. The next thing he knew, he was fibbing on the ground, drunken and disorientated: “You couldn’t see a thing, it was prohibited and it was apropos unfit to breathe.” In the dark, Sergei ...

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New Explosion Rocks Russian Mine – 6 Dead, 26 Presumed Dead

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A methane trickle caused a new blast Sunday in a spark cave in northern Russia, attack a territory where 26 workers had been trapped after a prior blast, and murdering another 6 people, news reports said. The 26 miners who ...

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NATO Concerned About Russian Actions in Syria Amid Cease-Fire

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The cease-fire in Syria is holding, though NATO is endangered about Russia’s infantry rave in a country, NATO’s secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said, a Reuters news group reported Monday. “We are endangered about a poignant Russian infantry rave we have seen ...

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Lavrov: No ‘Plan B’ for Russia-U.S. Deal in Syria

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Russian Foreign Ministry Sergei Lavrov on Thursday denied a probability of any “plan B” in Moscow or Washington in box a Russian-U.S. agreement to attorney a prejudiced cease-fire for Syria fails, a TASS news group reported. At a Senate Foreign ...

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Putin Appoints New Head of Russian State Development Bank VEB

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President Vladimir Putin has allocated Sergei Gorkov, a tip central during Russia’s biggest lender Sberbank, as a new arch of state growth bank Vneshekonombank, a Kremlin’s press use pronounced in a matter Friday. Gorkov, emissary authority of Sberbank’s supervision board, ...

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NATO Commander Breedlove: Russia Cast Itself as West’s Adversary

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NATO Supreme Allied Commander Philip Breedlove pronounced Thursday that Russia has selected to become an adversary to the West as Moscow tries to reestablish the tellurian influence, and poses an “existential threat” to the United States and its allies in Europe. Breedlove’s remarks at the House Armed Services Committee drew ...

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Syrian Jihadist Groups Claim Their Car Bomb Killed Russian Generals

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Jihadist antithesis groups in Syria claimed to have set off a automobile explosve during a Russian troops bottom outward Latakia, murdering several Russian generals, a Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday. A orator for a Ahrar al-Sham antithesis organisation pronounced that a ...

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Russian Opposition Battles Fear, Disunity Following Nemtsov’s Death

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Ilya Yashin was in the center of a press discussion presenting a special news on the Chechen personality Ramzan Kadyrov — a genre invented and made successful by his late crony and ally Boris Nemtsov — when a police officer attempted to force everybody to leave the building. The officer claimed he was behaving on an ...

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