TODAY: Novaya Gazeta office raided; Maltsev flees Russia; Justice Ministry flags 9 media outlets under “foreign agent” law, OSCE protests; WADA rules against RUSADA for third year running; Central Bank ready to withstand further sanctions; Gazprom raises donations to help patriotic theme parks; Medvedev to be replaced next year? 8th anniversary of Magnitsky death.
TODAY: Kremlin demands good news from energy companies; Rosneft to invest $2bn into Egypt; MoD uses video game still as proof that US is supporting Islamic State; GDP growth to miss forecasts; Medvedev accuses EU of sabotaging Nord Stream, says Trump is “well-meaning”; over 400 Russian tweeters trolled Brexit.
TODAY: Putin thinks doping allegations are a bid to influence elections, will meet Trump today; Twitter will store Russian user data; RT will register as a foreign agent; court orders seizure of Serebrennikov assets; Liberty Prize winners announced; World Bank business survey unrealistic? VTB recovers from Otrkitie losses; Crimean Anti-Monopoly Service head found dead; Russian […]
TODAY: Thousands gather in Moscow for Communist rally to mark Centenary of Revolution, Putin avoids celebrations; Zyuganov will run for President; Other Russia members jailed for protesting; large pension fund struggling in wake of bank collapse; Russia and Israel to publish ancient Hebrew manuscripts.
TODAY: Nordic countries agree to step up against Russia; Putin seeks to expand powers of National Guard; Russia-Brexit allegations are hysterical, says FT; Turkey unlikely to complete Russia missile deal; takes on the Russian Revolution; US Commerce Secretary likely to sell stake in Russia-linked shipping company; $1.69bn has gone into Crimea since annexation; Felgengauer back […]
TODAY: Dozhd evaluates Shelomov earnings; Kremlin denies interfering with Navalny campaign; schools to photograph students who rally; Yukons shareholders withdraw Belgium lawsuit; Venezuela crisis benefits Russia; Turkey buying $2bn worth of Russian missiles.
TODAY: Putin meets Iranian and Azerbaijani counterparts, praises cooperation and progress in Syria; Rosneft signs $30bln deal with Iran’s national oil company; Gazprom affiliate spent $1m protecting Nord Stream 2; Russia launches channel in China; Chechen authorities to take homophobic attack allegations seriously; Navalny vows to sue Kremlin.
TODAY: Navalny’s Moscow campaign head given no reason for his detention; businessman who helped Navalny finds decapitated head in office; political prison numbers on the rise, says Memorial; Kremlin says foreign agents are collecting Russian DNA; new Internet law comes into action; Tesla sales up 100%; Russia’s contradictory bitcoin stance.
TODAY: Kremlin minimises celebration of 100th anniversary of revolution, edits word “annexation” out of German President’s Crimea speech; Novaya Gazeta to arm its journalists; Putin calls for crackdown on internet extremism; Twitter drops RT and Sputnik advertising; NATO and Russia fail to agree on Ukraine; Russians are the major foreign citizen group fighting in terrorist […]
TODAY: Ekho Moskvy journalist stabbed at work, many blame state television and combative political climate; Kaspersky Lab seeks to regain trust; Deripaska prepares London IPO for EN+; 100th anniversary of Russian Revolution.