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 […]

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Oct 23, 2013

TODAY: Major energy deals signed with China; Rogozin threatens Moldova; government may fund anti-immigrant NGOs; Russia to snub Greenpeace case; Putin calls on Muslim clerics for support; Russian stocks creating a buzz; anti-.gay laws provoke suicide. Russian energy companies signed a number of deals with China yesterday, consolidating plans to direct exports away from the […]

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – March 21, 2013

TODAY: Cyprus and Russia fail to reach bailout deal, talks continue; funds for assets deal mulled. Bolshoi ‘brothel’ claims rejected; Kremlin’s internal opposition to U.S. adoption ban; campaign against Dmitry Gudkov continues; Pussy Riot appeal rejected; new Amnesty report decries intimidation against lawyers in North Caucasus. Talks in Moscow between Cypriot finance minister, Michael Sarris, and […]

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

TODAY: U.N. ambassador calls Chavez death ‘a tragedy’, cooperation with Venezuela to continue; dancer confesses to Bolshoi attack; Navalny blows whistle on Andrei Turchak; new charges against Browder; General Electric teams up with Sakhalin; life expectancy, ethnic minorities, Ivanov remembers Putin as a young spy.  Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the U.N., called the death […]

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

TODAY: Meteorite shower in Urals injures hundreds; Georgian lawmaker convicted over opposition unrest; CPJ sees decline in Russia; ractopamine issues rile Europe. G20 finance ministers head to Moscow; Russia fails to wow global investors; Rushydro chief under pressure from Putin over dubious deals; Qatar interested in VTB. Rosneft looks for Venezuelan and Arctic deals; Putin’s […]

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – Jan 31, 2013

TODAY: Pussy Riot videos banned, Samutsevich appeal rejected; E.U. chief concerned about anti-gay law; ambassador to convey senators’ concerns over adoption ban; Putin champions multiethnic harmony; Moscow to help Cyprus with aid; low Press Freedom Index position ‘deserved’; Russia slams Israeli attack on Syria; Bolshoi dancer emigrates over threats. Internet providers will now face fines […]