TODAY: France and US accuse Russia of blocking Syria peace process; Russia tops Pentagon’s list of national security threats; Poroshenko says risk of war with Russia is high; Rosneft and Bashneft likely to be first privatisation candidates; United Russia instructs election candidates on how to navigate tricky questions; new Pussy Riot video mocks Prosecutor General.
TODAY: Amnesty says civilian deaths caused by Russia’s bombing raids in Syria could be considered war crimes; Turkey lambasts Russia’s ‘imperialist’ agenda; FSB warns of high terror threat during festive season; FSB officers granted more firearms powers; Putin claims he will try to normalize trade relations with partners; Khodorkovsky wanted; after more than two decades, […]
TODAY: Russia hints at further advances on Syria as U.S. and NATO slam incursion into Turkish airspace, Foreign Ministry criticises U.S. actions in Afghanistan; Syrian air strikes put Russia at greaer risk of domestic terror, analysts say; FAS threatens Google; Danish media group latest to leave Russian market; airbase planned for Belarus.
TODAY: Putin lures investors to Russia’s Far East with promises of high returns; free land offer to attract citizens; lack of manifestos suggests complacency among regional governors, says think tank; no clear agreement reached on oil prices between Russia and Venezuela; Putin advocates international cooperation in fight against terror; new oil field launched in Siberia.
TODAY: MacArthur Foundation exits Russia under pressure; Chubais colleagues flee Russia; Medvedev to lead United Russia again; Russia better off with Greece part of E.U?; Rosneft requests end of Gazprom export monopoly; recession could extend into 2016; single-industry towns in danger.
TODAY: Sanctions could close 500 banks in next 5 years, says VTB head; parliament extends list of undesirable organisations; Russians prefer better wages to free speech; Russia blocks UN Srebrenica resolution, opposes UN MH17 tribunal; safe selfies campaign launched to protect daredevils.
TODAY: Spanish prosecutors say Putin owns property on the Costa Blanca; Ukraine promises to stop buying Russian gas as of today after inconclusive talks; Turkey gas pricing rows delay pipeline; watchdog opens environmental case against Rosneft; Khodorkovsky named as prime suspect in re-opened Siberian Mayor murder case. As part of allegations made by Spanish prosecutors […]
TODAY: E.U. announces 6-month extension of sanctions against Russia, Kremlin responds angrily; Putin blames Ukraine for shelling in phone conversation with Merkel, Hollande; consumer rights website blocked; gay rights activist fined; rock festival driven out of Russia by conservative threat; PDVSA signs accords with Rosneft.
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.