TODAY: Putin announces economic incentives for couples who have children; Tikhonova colleague confirms she is Putin’s daughter; Central Bank warning consumers off cryptocurrencies; Kaspersky Lab faces losses, maintains innocence; Russia dragging on OPEC extension; new law to impact foreign media; FARE warns LGBT World Cup fans against PDA in Russia next year.
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: Russian botnet accused of meddling in Germany’s elections; Facebook finds links between Fancy Bear and fake accounts dating back to June 2016; Zapad is over (relatively) quietly, defying NATO fears; Nureyev ballet to go ahead in December; Council of Europe urges Kremlin to allow Navalny to run in presidential elections; Stalin statue prompts protest; sale […]
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: Europe concerned over new extended anti-Russia sanctions from the US; Moscow says sanctions look like an attempt to exclude it from the EU energy market; Novak dismisses Siemens scandal; Moscow teacher placed under house arrest over anonymous Internet posts; former Putin professor now a billionaire; Russia slowly expanding its borders in South Ossetia.
TODAY: Flurry of agreements signed upon Jinping’s visit to Moscow; China and Russia close ranks over US response to North Korea missile test; Germany anticipates fake news leaks during its elections, courtesy of Moscow; Kremlin defiant of Serbia’s EU orientation; plans to deploy military to police de-escalation zones in Syria; Kremlin does not wish to […]
TODAY: Kushner proposed secret communications channel with Russia, says new report; Oleg Deripaska may collaborate with U.S. investigation into Trump’s Russia ties; Macron pledges he will be tough with Putin; OPEC and Russia’s production cut agreement does not have desired effect on market; Russia looking to expand renewable energy sector; first flight of the MS-21; […]
TODAY: Putin says cannot yet say whether he will seek reelection next year, blames cyberattack on US, endorses OPEC cuts extension; Prosecutor General refuses to investigate Medvedev corruption claims; Navalny’s protest fine upheld; Trump allegedly revealed classified information to Russian officials during last visit; competition in Russian industry at a three-year low.
TODAY: Putin congratulates Macron on French Presidency win as Russian media trashes him; no concrete links between French election hack and Russia, says Forbes; US national security adviser at risk of Russia blackmail, says colleague; Russian warships spotted near Latvia; OPEC and Russia to extend crude cuts; Putin visits his former KGB boss; Eric Trump […]
TODAY: Michael Flynn likely violated the law with Russia payments, asserts committee; Sergei Lavrov says U.S. claim over Taliban arms supply ungrounded; Washington’s fighter jets head to Estonia; OPEC considering extending deal on curbing production; al-Qaeda claims responsibility for St Petersburg bombing; Novaya Gazeta journalist fears for life after covering Chechen Republic’s attacks on gay […]