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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Dec 12, 2013

TODAY: Ukraine, Europe, Russia, all in negotiations; Kiev protests continue as Russia television accused of warping facts; Rogozin warns U.S.; Supreme Court rules Pussy Riot incarceration illegal; central bank reveals new currency symbol; BPF solvency under investigation. Russia’s Duma condemned the West for interfering in Ukraine’s affairs and pressuring the government, but Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Oct 23, 2013

TODAY: Major energy deals signed with China; Rogozin threatens Moldova; government may fund anti-immigrant NGOs; Russia to snub Greenpeace case; Putin calls on Muslim clerics for support; Russian stocks creating a buzz; anti-.gay laws provoke suicide. Russian energy companies signed a number of deals with China yesterday, consolidating plans to direct exports away from the […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – July 31, 2013

TODAY: Potash price war feared after Uralkali leaves cartel; Memorial slams sexist proposal; over 1,000 migrant workers arrested over brawl; Sobyanin may forego pre-election debate; BP earns less from Rosneft than TNK-BP; new trade war with Ukraine; Russia is injured party in Snowden saga, says Kremlin. Russia’s Uralkali has pulled out of the Belarusian Potash […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 10, 2013

TODAY: Navalny to run for Moscow Mayor; snap elections are pro-democracy, says Sobyanin; TV show pulled following Putin divorce joke; Gazprom and RWE dispute talks fail; the mismanagement of Gazprom; Rogozin brags of missile defense shield; Pussy Riot, Bolotnaya Square, monks, Perepilichny. Vladimir Putin’s move to call snap elections in Moscow for the mayoral post […]

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

TODAY: Navalny expects a guilty verdict, Prokhorov slams comments by investigation spokesman; Peskov applauds competence of Magnitsky investigators; diplomatic tensions with U.S. to be addressed by Putin and Obama meetings, relationship with Germany seen to be suffering; millionaire United Russia deputies reveal earnings. Anti-corruption blogger and opposition head Alexei Navalny says he fully expects a […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – March 20, 2013

TODAY: Official investigation into death of Sergei Magnitsky closed; Moscow City Hall rejects Strategy 31 rally request; NGOs searched for evidence of foreign meddling. Moscow reports chemical weapon use in Syria; Cyprus’ Finance Minister in Russia for talks on bail out; Nabiullina one step closer to Central Bank; Steven Seagal and Russian guns Russia’s investigative committee has announced […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 25, 2013

TODAY: Udaltsov pays fine in coins; Mitvol home searched; Lomakin leaves United Russia; public smoking ban signed by Putin; Kerry to meet Lavrov; Shatto adoption row continues; Ukraine will not pay Gazprom fine; Rosneft to complete TNK-BP deal early; Rogozin on arms procurement; Chelyabinsk meteor fever. Supporters of opposition activist Sergei Udaltsov, who is currently […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 19, 2013

TODAY: Russian adoptee dies in U.S.; new bill redefines conditions for seizing children; suspects arrested in Pakhomov death; Chelyabinsk residents cash in on meteorites; Yashin money to be investigated; Magnitsky trial postponed again; Russian still sending weapons to Syria; investment image problem. The Investigative Committee is demanding answers from Texas officials over the death of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Nov 13, 2012

TODAY: Putin expands rights council; two popular websites shut down under new Internet rules; Razvozzhayev confession mentions Georgia; Ivanov says he knew about space embezzlement; Rosneft head released on bail. President Vladimir Putin’s human rights council lost 12 pre-existing members and gained 39 new ones in its latest shuffle.  The council’s former head, Ella Pamfilova, […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Sept 18, 2012

TODAY: Duma says it will investigate other deputies for conflicts of interest; North Korea signs debt deal with Russia; Putin says military must improve its defences; interest in Sberbank sale is strong, MegaFon deal to go ahead within weeks; Russian companies boost dividends; Madonna sued in St Petersburg; Church continues to rent land for free. […]

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