TODAY: Lavrov first Russian diplomat to meet Jong-un; NATO demands end to “malign” Russia activities, EC President calls for renewal of ties; Apple siding with Kremlin over Telegram, says founder; record profits for Sberbank; Kremlin comments on Babchenko case, Ukraine names suspect, journalist defends staging his death; demographic transformation in Crimea? Airlines loses license following crash.
TODAY: Poland in talks with US about troops to deter Russia, PM calls Nord Stream a hybrid weapon, no NATO consensus on pipeline; Gazprom seeking reversal in Naftogaz ruling; oil drops on Russia vow to increase supplies; Roman Abramovich secures Israeli citizenship; diabetes support group fined as “foreign agent”.
TODAY: Foreign Ministry admits to more mercenary casualties; OPEC pact supply glut draining; activist attacked; Navalny aide jailed for 10 days; “troll factory” employee arrested; Putin says income decline is over; Russia is Ukraine’s biggest trading partner; Roskomnadzor will not block YouTube; Rusal gets first female CEO. Olympics curler denies doping.
TODAY: CEC will spend $302 million on March’s election campaign; despite apparent invincibility among voters, concerns loom over Putin’s failure to appeal to youths; officials avoiding seasonal gifts after Ulyukayev bribery scandal; RT launches in France; authorities seeking access to citizen’s bank details; Tatneft continues to operate in Crimea despite sanctions; Novak in the spotlight; Memorial head Arseny […]
TODAY: Russia positions itself at centre of Syria peace plan; next stop Afghanistan? Ksenia Sobchak under investigation for Crimea comments; Google’s plans to reduce prominence of Russian media outlets is censorship, says Kremlin; Central Bank offers Herring Under Fur Coat index; Putin’s prominence in OPEC.
TODAY: Lavrov warns Washington about lawsuits over property seizures; Russian delegation heading to UN meeting denied entry to US; did Russia use Pokemon Go to influence American minds in election? Kaspersky lab to work with Interpol; arms deal with Riyadh; new ruble banknote with contentious image; Pskov governor resigns in pre-election shakeup; trust in the […]
TODAY: Director Serebrennikov placed under house arrest, protesters gather in his defence, one detained; engineer released from prison after 2 years for sharing social media post about Crimea; Putin praises dialogue with Vatican; Rosneft wins $2.3bln case against Sistema. Ambassador to Sudan found dead.
TODAY: Ulyukayev bribe hearings begin; Moscow planning a Soviet memorial; Russian Railways will not let Crimea dispute affect its relationship with Siemens; Putin appears in public, ending rumours; report says religious freedom in Russia on par with Sudan; OPEC cuts may need to run for five years; UK LGBT author censored in Russia; Game of […]
TODAY: Gay Pride in St Petersburg gathers a hundred activists; five years of NGO constraints; renowned theater director’s passport confiscated; women to be accepted into Air Force; Snapchat finds itself registered with Russian regulator unawares; Washington may force embassy closure on Russia; defeating forecasts, economy grows; Venezuela bust is Putin’s boon.
TODAY: ECHR deems deportation of journalist illegal; meeting between Lavrov and Tillerson sees some positives emerge, despite tensions; Kremlin apparently willing to discuss Ukraine resolution; EU extends sanctions over turbines; Stalin’s victims forgotten; Putin on holiday.