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

TODAY: Putin calls for defense against extremism, announces creation of payments system to replace Visa; U.N. rejects Crimea secession vote, region to get new constitution; U.S. bans military exports to Russia; Sberbank says it’s ready for zero growth; Rosatom says no change to Ukraine deliveries; Dozhd fighting for survival; Berezovsky death receives open verdict. President […]

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

TODAY: Ukraine pulls out of Crimea; Lavrov shrugs off G8 exclusion; sanctions to cause $70bln in outflows; Sberbank may launch alternative payments system; professor sacked for opposing invasion; Afghan president voices support; Navalny loses house arrest appeal; arms exports to total $47bln. As Ukraine acknowledged defeat and announced a military pull-out from Crimea, countries in the […]

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

TODAY: Editor of Lenta.ru replaced; Navalny violates house arrest for Ukraine blog post; Putin dissatisfied with growth rates, investors wary; Russia to allow Ukrainian inspectors along the border; Kerry to meet Lavrov in London; Moscow sending warplanes to Belarus. The owner of independent news website Lenta.ru has fired its chief editor, Galina Timchenko, in connection with […]

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

TODAY: Crimea’s regional parliament seized amid clashes between pro-Russians and Tatars; Russian troops flex muscles; Yanukovych spotted near Moscow?  Navalny investigators seek house arrest; police officer accused of attacking Bolotnaya detainee; Putin’s popularity high; Michael McFaul says goodbye to Russia.  In a rapidly evolving situation, it has been reported that the regional government building and parliament in […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Jan 16, 2014

TODAY: Central banker cries ‘stagflation’; Foreign Ministry slams EU society and economy; OECD slams Russian business climate; proposed law would allow police to search without warrant; Rosneft losing Yukos cases; Navalny asset seizure was lawful, says court; PhosAgro gets Japan loan. According to a top Russian central banker, the country is facing a mix of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Nov 28, 2013

TODAY: Navalny exposes officials’ luxury dachas; commercial court abolished as planned; Putin’s high hopes for bilateral trade with Italy; economy slowing; former Prosecutor General employee alleges interference in Magnitsky case; Ukraine candymaker exports to resume; Russia vs. Europe; Amnesty calls to repeal ‘foreign agents’ law. Cottages in a luxury dacha complex are supposedly owned by […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Nov 13, 2013

TODAY: Siemens to pay up over bribes to ‘Gazprom’ heads; Navalny’s assets frozen; nationalist shooting; rights groups condemn UN Rights Council decision; Council of Europe wants overhaul of Russian justice system; Putin speaks to South Korea station about power; Rosneft signs deals with BP, Vietnam; Borodin laundering case; Tolokonnikova whereabouts revealed. A subsidiary of Germany’s […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Sept 30, 2013

TODAY: Tolokonnikova transferred to hospital; 8 more Greenpeace activists sent to detention without trial, news sites protest; Medvedev dismisses notion of judicial reform; Putin basks in Syria win; Gref warns against planned 35% dividend law; Olympic torch lit in Sochi. Jailed Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has been transferred from her penal colony to hospital, […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – August 6, 2013

TODAY: Putin real estate whistleblowers sentenced; Prokhorov’s party withdrawn from Yaroslavl elections; support for acting Moscow Mayor stays constant, Navalny’s campaign donations under scrutiny; Olympics row over antigay laws continues; new detention centres for migrants now that Moscow is full. Four Krasnodar environmental activists who made allegations about President Vladimir Putin’s real estate assets in […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – June 18, 2013

TODAY: G20 spy allegations provoke uneasy relations with U.S. and U.K.; Russia on its own on Syria at G8; Navalny takes witness stand; Freedom House sees worsening oppression in Eurasia; Alfa Group sets up London vehicle for $20 billion energy investment; Kremlin pulls reins on privatisation program.   New allegations leaked by Edward Snowden, that the […]

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