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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Sept 16, 2014

TODAY: Ruble reaches new low, Western sanctions hit oil producers; Russia to create a crisis fund to help targeted companies; Dozhd producer attacked; United Russia wins most seats in election; Lebedev bank searched; watchdog to log bloggers’ info’; Vkontakte hacked. The ruble hit a new record low against the dollar yesterday, of 38 rubles per […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – July 10, 2014

TODAY: Putin shuns isolationism as poll reveals growing international dislike of Russia; capital flight for 2014 already surpasses 2013; new law for foreign internet providers; Navalny associates’ apartments raided; Crimean airspace still Ukrainian, says ICAO; new BRICS bank to launch; Klebnikov murder remains unsolved; Russia’s top designers. President Vladimir Putin says that Russia needs to […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 21, 2014

TODAY: Politkovskaya killers convicted; no announcement on China gas deal; Medvedev warns against new Cold War, defends economy; global payment companies to stay in Russia; Prince compares Putin to Hitler; Moscow denies ninth consecutive Gay Pride parade. Five men have been convicted of the 2006 murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya – four of them for […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 15, 2014

TODAY: Effects of sanctions hit Russia, economic recession looms, EBRD says world economy may suffer as a result; Putin wants a self-sufficient defense industry; Moscow may not recognise new Kiev government; Ukraine on brink of civil war, says Lavrov; Duma wants to criminalise GMOs; Medvedev says open to gas talks if Ukraine pays some of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 25, 2014

TODAY: Grounds for NGO inspection expanded; Bolotnaya Square protesters sentenced, hundreds detained for protesting; Kremlin slams U.S. and I.M.F.; Medvedev questions legitimacy of Kiev’s interim government; Transneft settles Azerbaijan transit row. President Vladimir Putin said the Sochi Olympics succeeded in their goal of presenting a new image of Russia to the world, and then proceeded to […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 24, 2014

TODAY: Kremlin slams Kiev opposition for failing agreement, Yanukovych for fleeing; Lavrov furious; world powers call on Russia not to use force as Russians protest in Crimea; Human Rights Watch calls for Khabarov’s release; Kozak says Pussy Riot were provoking conflict in Sochi; Olympics ends. The Kremlin is warning that ‘illegal extremist groups’ are taking […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – July 5, 2013

TODAY: Navalny could be jailed for six years; Putin discusses ‘foreign agent’ law; rights council says Urlashov charges seem legitimate; third case against Khodorkovsky likely; political case against Bolotnaya Square protester; Khimki attack mastermind jailed; homophobic comment to be investigated; IMF says Russia is rich; ‘horrific’ budget shortfall; Russia losing patience with Snowden. Prosecutors are […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 16, 2013

TODAY: Rosbank chairman held over suspected bribes; witness at Navalny trial says he did not have authority to commit the crimes he is accused of; Golos to continue actions despite ‘foreign agent’ threats; Medvedev on business laws, Putin on corruption; Fogle saga draws laughter; United Russia loses a member. A criminal case has been opened […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – April 29, 2013

TODAY: Thirty protesters detained in support rally for Bolotnaya Square; Chaika defends NGO raids; Japanese PM in Russia for talks; Navalny witnesses deny pressure; Putin calls Magnitsky death ‘a tragedy’; new adoptions wrangles. Roughly thirty protesters were detained in Moscow’s Red Square on Saturday for taking part in an unsanctioned gathering held in support of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 5, 2013

TODAY: Kremlin hires Goldman Sachs to boost investment image; Gozman accuses Investigative Committee of involvement in a vendetta against Navanly; Biden to work with Lavrov on Syrian chemical weapons? Pessimistic outlook for the U.S.-Russia reset; Georgian imports to resume; Sochi mobsters, Internet censorship, Stalingrad, Putin’s birth-rate boost plan. The Kremlin has hired Goldman Sachs for […]

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