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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – July 3, 2014

TODAY: Diplomats promise to agree on new cease-fire by Saturday; Medvedev blames Poroshenko, US continues to support Ukraine; ultra-nationalist says he feels abandoned by Russia; Moscow reveals long-term message via Security Council; Moldova’s EU ties violate human rights, says Rogozin; journalists targeted in Luhansk; Yandex may escape regulation; crime boss extradited. The Foreign Ministry released […]

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

TODAY: Putin gives Ukraine a deadline for gas prepayment; Kiev comes back with a reduced price; Europe and U.S. poised to sharpen sanctions as Western oil companies suffer; Rogozin threatens to deactivate GPS infrastructure; interview with former U.S. ambassador McFaul; gay rights protest to go ahead despite warnings; Putin’s popularity still on the up; Snowden […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 14, 2014

TODAY: 7 Ukrainian soldiers killed by separatists in worst incident yet, signaling ‘undeclared war’ with Russia; Crimea is financial sponge; Gazprom demands billions from Kiev by June 2; polls indicate significant drop in political protest; recession anticipated, investors slight Russian business; U.S. to be excluded from space station; rights groups to back Pussy Riot at […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 12, 2014

TODAY: Donetsk votes for independence, Kremlin remains silent; Europe to extend sanctions, U.S. to drop Russia from trade program; Rogozin stopped at Moldovan border with separatist petitions, threatens Romania; Ukraine crisis hits Russia’s richest; controversial new laws and bills under scrutiny; Eurovision outrage in Russia. Pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, say they have won […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – April 30, 2014

TODAY: Moscow mulls retaliatory sanctions; Gazprom warns of possible export disruption; Luhansk latest city in Ukraine to fall to Russian separatists; tight new blogging laws; fire kills 10 at arms depot. The Foreign Ministry has asserted that Moscow retains the right to respond to sanctions imposed by Washington, but cooperation between the two countries is […]

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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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