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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – July 23, 2014

TODAY: Putin blocks ad income for independent television channels, ends Gazprom pipeline monopoly; MH17 an accident, but U.S. still blames Russia; Litvinenko snub canceled out by British exports and oligarch party donations; Kudrin advises against military intervention in Ukraine; Russia to rebuild Crimean military; Moscow metro head fired. President Vladimir Putin signed so many bills […]

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

TODAY: BRICS bank is coup, or too late? Putin praises alliance, plans to discuss US sanctions at BRICS summit; Putin’s crackdown will hurt economy, says entrepreneur; Navalny allies lose Moscow City Duma places; Yukos allies expect payouts; Russia re-amassing troops on Ukraine border, says Kiev, NATO. The $100 billion BRICS development bank and reserve currency […]

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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 – July 9, 2014

TODAY: ECHR to prioritise Navalny arrest appeal; Total head says Europe needs Russian gas; US detention of MP’s son angers Kremlin; NATO chief says Russia duplicitous on Ukraine; Lithuania President slams Russian ‘chauvinism’; Sochi to be gambling zone; priest slams football boots. The European Court of Human Rights is to review and give priority to the […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 26, 2014

TODAY: Putin hopes for extension of Ukraine ceasefire; Federation Council revokes approval for use of military force in the neighbouring state; Washington wavering on fresh sanctions; military morale at post-Soviet peak. GDP creeps up; extremism law employed for Internet crackdown. Russia fails to shine in Good Country Index; Putin remains the nation’s choice, says new poll. […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 20, 2014

TODAY: NATO notes Russia’s resumption of military build-up on Ukraine border; Naftogaz says Gazprom seeking an end to compensation contract; Australia unveils its Russia sanctions; Moscow promoting disinformation about fracking; Novak says South Stream partners under pressure; erotic LGBT movie scenes deemed child pornography. In what NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen called ‘a very regrettable […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 17, 2014

TODAY: Russia halts gas supplies to Ukraine after deadline elapses; supplies to Europe not in danger says Moscow; Sechin avoids publishing income. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister shunned by Kremlin; Moscow vaunts aid to Ukraine’s refugees; explosion at oil refinery kills seven.  Russia has restricted gas supplies to Ukraine after the deadline for payment of $1.95 billion […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 6, 2014

TODAY: Kerry and Lavrov agreed on Ukraine’s role, but not on a way forward; G7 giving Russia some weeks to end its role in Ukraine violence; Femen destroy Putin statue; NATO commander says Russia actions are paradigm shift; VTB to stop servicing U.S. clients; activist freed from airport. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary […]

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

TODAY: Russia and Ukraine may be nearing gas agreement; Moscow extends debt payment deadline; NATO and Lavrov trade accusations; UN unimpressed by Russian resolution on Ukraine violence; Crimea sees boost in PPP; deputy speaks out against foreign treatment of children; crude exports to Europe slowing; Russian hacker accused by US. According to the WSJ, after […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – May 22, 2014

TODAY: China and Russia sign 30-year gas deal, price kept secret; troops leaving Ukraine border to boost election atmosphere, says Putin; Kremlin-level corruption alleged in construction of luxury estate; St. Petersburg forum begins with few U.S. attendees; Khodorkovsky warns against sanctions; Estonia seeks NATO’s help. After a decade of negotiations, a 30-year gas deal has finally […]

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