Tag Archives: Moldova

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – August 28, 2014

TODAY: Russia accused of launching new military offensive in Ukraine just days after optimistic meeting; troops may have been paid to join military operations in Donetsk, says Kremlin rights council; more McDonald’s restaurants closed in Moscow; Moldova celebrates new gas pipeline to independence; journalist Krutov beaten – again. Ukraine accused Russia of launching a new […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 27, 2014

TODAY: Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova sign EU pact; Russia bothered and not bothered, depending on source; Glazyev calls Poroshenko a ‘Nazi’; Kudrin to head Moscow Exchange; Merkel makes second call to Putin, Kerry issues warning; LUKoil head says sanctions taking their toll; Justice Ministry to ban home births; Putin mob links book to be published. In […]

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

TODAY: State-owned companies may be banned from holding foreign bank accounts; Putin revokes possibility of sending troops into Ukraine; ceasefire in doubt after more deaths in eastern Ukraine, Kiev says Russia using landmines; Moldova optimistic on European cooperation; row with Israel over RT raid.  The Finance Ministry is planning to ban state companies from holding […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 13, 2014

TODAY: Russian tanks cross into Ukraine, thousands flee fighting in Slavyansk; Russia denies seriousness of situation; neighbouring countries plan television channel to combat Kremlin propaganda; Slavyansk major held by rebel Russian citizen; Gazprom to cut Ukraine supplies by Monday if Kiev does not pay; Lavrov tells West ‘I told you so’ over Iraq. Ukraine is […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 11, 2014

TODAY: Putin defends Internet regulations, says neither business nor freedoms will be affected; Zvezda journalists speak out; directors call for release of Sentsov; Žižek on Ukraine crisis, Lenin and Stalin; Moldova and Georgia make pact with E.U.; Lithuania fines Gazprom; LGBT activist speaks out against brutal crackdown. President Vladimir Putin has defended new restrictions on […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 13, 2014

TODAY: Gazprom switches to prepay system for Ukraine’s gas, vows to cut supplies if it does not comply; Russia supports Donetsk referendum results as West cries foul play; Sloviansk calls for Russian troops to assist; poll shows Russians rely on state TV for Ukraine news; EU expands sanctions; France to continue with Russian warships deal; Moscow […]

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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 – May 6, 2014

TODAY: Kremlin publishes ‘White Paper’ on Ukraine human rights violations as clashes continue; Rights Council seeks Western advice; Russian planes encroach on US, Japanese airspace; Putin signs new laws including ban on swearing, denying Nazi crimes; China ‘de facto’ recognises Crimea; Eurovision drama brews. The Foreign Ministry has published an 80-page ‘White Book’ presenting details […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – March 11, 2014

TODAY: First hostile takeover in Crimea, OSCE barred from entering the region; Foreign Ministry blasts ‘lawless’ Ukraine; anti-Russia journalists ‘disappear’; Kerry declines Putin meeting; Moldovan PM fears contagion of unrest; Khodorkovsky continues Ukraine tour; Kremlin tightens grip on social media; Rosboronexport expanding its horizons; YouTube blocked in Siberia. Russian or Russian-backed troops opened fire during their […]

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

TODAY: Putin backs amnesty for prisoners; Medvedev calls for order in Ukraine and Lavrov warns against interference; Kerry promises support for Moldovan winemakers; Supreme Court rejects Navalny election appeal; Serdyukov to be charged; Yota’s smartphone attracts attention; Duma fistfights, HRW. The Kremlin’s human rights adviser Mikhail Fedotov apparently speculated that an amnesty for prisoners, publicly backed […]

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