TODAY: Russia says NATO needs to accept safeguarding of its security; NATO says Russia nuclear plans will change E.U. security balance; Russia amassing more troops on Ukraine border, Peskov dodges questions; Rosneft agrees on Venezuela deal; Dynasty funder backing out; oppositionist in hospital with mysterious illness; Russia World Cup committee says it will comply with […]
TODAY: Violations of Minsk agreement reach new heights; Lavrov accuses EU of meddling with ceasefire, will not discuss sanctions; Gazprom sues Naftogaz; BRICS beat G7; Navalny reveals state support for biker gang; ruble overvalued; Rosatom has nuclear projects in over a dozen countries; Sechin salary revealed.
TODAY: Navalny’s party deregistered; Yashin amnestied; Spiegelman laments Maus ban; Night Wolves debacle part of information control? Putin remains buoyant on economy; Rosneft subsidiary suing government; Ivanov’s verdict on twerking.
TODAY: Medvedev acknowledges cost of Crimea annexation; defends its historical significance; local authorities action Putin’s wildfire pledges; opposition activist slashes wrists in prison protest; a look at opposition emigration; LGBT takes on haters with her own unique social media campaign; new Russia-China project to forge high technology links. In his annual speech to parliament, Prime […]
TODAY: Putin launches inter-ethnic government agency; Russia keeps Norway guessing, warns NATO to stay out of Baltic states or face nuclear retaliation; Crimean opposition station taken off air; Navalny fundraiser granted U.K. asylum; Yukos and Rosneft settle all litigations; Nemtsov suspect says he was forced to confess; Kamchakta trawler sinks.
TODAY: Putin calls Nemtsov killing a ‘disgrace’, and politically motivated; Nemtsov daughter has little faith in investigation; getaway car linked to government security provider; Nemtsov’s Ukraine report to be published posthumously; Putin does not want Ukraine gas war; Rosneft profits drop; Fridman gets one week.
TODAY: Minsk agreement already violated; Moscow and Kiev both fail to meet weapons pullback deadline; Putin says eastern Ukraine violence has decreased; Germany to update security strategy to take Russia into account; Navalny suspended sentence upheld; Russian feminism; Canada slaps sanctions on Rosneft.
TODAY: Putin in Hungary with promise of nuclear power deal; Russia to respond to new E.U. sanctions, MI6 head says piling the pressure on Russia is dangerous; Russia is U.S. number one enemy; Rosneft publishes top execs aggregate earnings; Sistema awarded $1bn; treason detainment ruled unlawful; what happened to Crimea?
TODAY: Russia seen as ‘winner’ of Minsk agreement, which sets start time for ceasefire and troop withdrawal but fails to resolve border control or set deadlines; Putin hails outcome, Poroshenko expresses dissatisfaction; Russia immediately launches military exercises; Navalny associate’s parents investigated.
TODAY: Leaders sign Ukraine document in Minsk following all-night peace talks, details not yet announced; most E.U. countries oppose U.S. arming Ukraine; IISS says Russia’s ‘hybrid warfare’ may start a trend among enemies of NATO; Lavrov praises Greece, offers aid; moths smuggled to destroy Sochi? Rosneft ordered to compensate Yukos; Putin advisor slams U.S. over […]