Tag Archives: Rusal

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – April 1, 2014

TODAY: Medvedev visits Crimea; Putin promises to withdraw some troops from Ukraine border; Lavrov slams E.U. and U.S. ‘blockade’ of Transdnestr, flaunts China ties; ‘foreign agent’ law to be amended; Dozhd gets another 50 days; BP appoints new Russia head. To the chagrin of Ukraine, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited Crimea yesterday, promising more cash and […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 18, 2014

TODAY: Lavrov downplays Syria claims; I.O.C. impressed with Putin’s attendance; Vitishko protester arrested; ethnic Sochi leader detained; Bolotnaya Square protesters granted amnesty; Medvedev planning privatisations; lingerie ban; Rusal output to be lowest in eight years; Ukraine receives latest cash injection; Iran may swap oil for nuclear power. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the world’s impression of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Oct 24, 2013

TODAY: Greenpeace charges softened; migration official proposes harsher penalties for employers of migrants; Putin to meet with Belarusian and Ukrainian counterparts; health official made Medvedev aide; Pichugin sentence ruled lawful; Rusal opposes warehouse bottleneck proposal; nuclear Arctic. Russia announced it will drop piracy charges against the Greenpeace activists currently being detained in Murmansk, but that […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – August 20, 2013

TODAY: Krymsk officials found guilty of negligence over 2012 floods; anti-gay lawmaker’s church attacked; runners deny podium kiss was political; RusAl prepares for cuts; Navalny uncovers more evidence of Sobyanin’s assets; class action lawsuits law moving forward; Putin says leniency will boost business; Naftogaz imports down. Four municipal and district officials from Krymsk have been […]

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

TODAY: Putin and Yanukovych meet, no decision reached on gas price; anniversary of Stalin’s death; Rusal’s plans to shrink output could cause unrest; Putin allies increase wealth; Alyokhina denied suspended sentence; first lesbian magazine published; suspect arrested in Filin attack. Following a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, Viktor Yanukovych, President Vladimir Putin said that there […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Feb 17, 2013

TODAY: Lavrov meets Kerry; Shatto lawyer denies murder; Putin wants adoption obstacles removed; Ukraine seeking central European gas; Kremlin defends central bank independence; Lavrov defends anti-gay bill and Russian values. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday, leading to ‘constructive’ talks about the Syrian crisis, and a promise from […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Dec 11, 2012

TODAY: Tit-for-tat response to Magnitsky law; Putin emphasises need for patriotism, pledges to tackle graft; man held over TV host murder. Moscow ready to relinquish Azerbaijan radar base; Russia’s oil spill rap sheet. British conservative party denies links with Kremlin; Abramovich set for reduced stake in Norlisk; economic growth slows.  In a ‘symmetrical’ response to Washington’s Magnitsky bill, Russian […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Dec 4, 2012

TODAY: Putin in Turkey slams NATO missile plan; Obama urges renewal of nuclear disarmament partnership; journalist questioned over blog post; cases against opposition members continue; Abramovich to take stake in Norilsk Nickel; WTO membership to affect legal procedure; London embassy row; animator Khitruk dies. In Turkey yesterday on his first trip in two months, President […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Sept 14, 2012

TODAY: Magnitsky suspect pleads not guilty; Gessen met with Putin about getting her job back; Putin talks about his staged stunts; Alrosa sells iron ore stake to Evraz; RUSAL seeks Chinese investment. Dmitry Kratov, the only defendant in the case of Sergei Magnitsky’s death in custody, has pleaded not guilty.  President Vladimir Putin invited Masha […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – August 27, 2012

TODAY: Kasparov acquitted, releases statement and ‘falsified’ police reports; Pussy Riot members flee Russia; activists chainsaw wooden crosses; intelligence service to monitor blogs and influence opinion; Ukrainian President seeks Russian support; Greenpeace continue to target Gazprom’s Arctic rigs; horizontal drilling; TNK-BP denies AAR links; expanding Russian retail. Garry Kasparov has been acquitted of participating in […]

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