Tag Archives: Sergei Magnitsky

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

TODAY: Nato commander warns of imminent and swift Ukraine invasion; Foreign Ministry accuses alliance of reviving Cold War; NASA bans contact with Kremlin reps; capital flight continues; Moscow ups arms deliveries to Syria; Lavrov wants international recognition for Russia’s aid donations; Russian Railways corruption scandal brewing; Putins finalise divorce. Nato military commander Philip Breedlove has […]

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

TODAY: Navalny publishes Sochi corruption website; Medvedev’s winter dacha exposed, IOC recommends athletes not to protest on podium; Nabiullina denies existence of bank black list; U.K. and Russia sign weapons deal; Ukraine borrows more from Russia; Rosneft appeals Yukos decision; Politkovskaya trial adjourned again. Opposition leader Alexei Navalny has published online his investigation into inflated […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Jan 14, 2014

TODAY: Kerry and Lavrov meet in Paris to discuss Syria; prominent U.S. journalist banned from Moscow; state purchases unregulated; new restrictions for Navalny? ‘New’ Magnitsky investigation opened; Kalashnikov regrets revealed; Nobel laureates appeal to Putin over gay rights. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry presented Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with two potatoes yesterday at their […]

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

TODAY: Putin’s state of the nation address emphasises Russia as bastion of conservative values; criticizes the West; realistic on economic woes. Three bank licenses revoked; Prokhorov snaps up copper mine; EU calls for Magnitsky sanctions. In a ceremony ‘full of pomp and circumstance‘, punctuated 34 times by applause, Vladimir Putin used his annual state of the […]

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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 14, 2013

TODAY: Ukraine says harmony with Russia a priority but gas price row continues, Finland getting a deal; military cooperation with Servia, arms deal with Egypt; U.S. cancels helicopter deal; newspaper may have broken ‘gay propaganda’ law; inaugural meeting of Magnitsky commission; Kashin files complaint; ballerina alleges Bolshoi extortion. Ukraine’s Energy Minister Eduard Stavytsky has confirmed […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Oct 15, 2013

TODAY: Anti-migrant riots lead to over 1,000 worker arrests, Navalny proposes visa platform; Russia opens own criminal case against Uralkali CEO; Putin proud of arms record; Browder case thrown out of UK court; further Greenpeace activist denied bail; LGBT film festival wins victory. Moscow police made over 1,000 arrests (some reports say 1,200) of migrant workers […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Oct 9, 2013

TODAY: Bolotnaya protester sent into forced psychiatric care; court rejects Greenpeace appeal; Sweden backs Russia in Magnitsky row; Putin and Kerry agree on Syria; ties with Lithuania, Ukraine, Netherlands suffering; Deripaska writes on WTO; Navalny lambasts Yakunin; Tolokonnikova lawyers go to Federal Chamber. Despite video footage and testimonials indicating that he was not part of […]

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RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Sept 11, 2013

TODAY: Syria agrees to sign treaty, Putin argues against French resolution; Russia bans Moldovan wine imports; U.S. seeks assets linked to Magnitsky fraud case; pretrial protester barred from mother’s funeral; rare earths investment boost for China; homophobia, assassination. Russia has announced a ban on imports of Moldovan wine and spirits, ostensibly because they contain impurities, but […]

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

TODAY: U.S.-Russia tensions continue over Snowden, band barred from performing after flag insult, Senator lambasts Putin, Guantanamo row; Medvedev upbeat on Georgia; Uralkali forecasts consolidation in potash sector; New Zealand dairy ban; Putin’s health, Magnitsky’s widow, gay pride. Tensions continue between Russia and the U.S. in the wake of the Edward Snowden verdict.  American Ambassador […]

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