TODAY: Putin cancels France trip over Syria tensions; Gorbachev warns of dangerous worsening of US-Russia relations; Venezuela awards Putin a peace prize; Novak says Russia would freeze, not cut, production, Rosneft says it would get on board if an agreement was made within OPEC; Nabiullina notes positive possibilities for inflation with oil price rise; ECHR […]
TODAY: Putin says Moscow will follow OPEC production freeze and oil prices leap; Sechin has other ideas; Rosneft’s giant damages claim against media outlet examined; Syrian naval base likely to be made permanent; meeting between Erdogan and Putin sees relations improve and pipeline deal sealed; Minsk and Moscow ‘agree’ on gas prices; wiretap surveillance on the increase, […]
TODAY: Russia vetoes U.N. resolution on Aleppo bombing; John Kerry demands close examination of Russia’s possible war crimes in Syria; Francois Hollande casts doubts over Putin meeting in Paris; Lavrov accuses the West of threatening national security; Iskander missiles deployed to Kaliningrad; relations with Turkey improve; Putin’s ‘extremism’. Russia has vetoed a draft Franco-Spanish U.N. resolution […]
TODAY: Putin suspends nuclear deal with US made in 2000, citing ‘unfriendly actions’ as US cuts off Syria dialogue with Russia, Foreign Ministry says US is to blame for current situation; Western coverage of Syria wildly different to Russia’s version; rouble hits 2016 high on oil prices; Nemtsov case in court; blogger fined for extremism.
TODAY: US and Russia continue to lock horns over Syria and nuclear weapons; Merkel presses Putin on Syria and Ukraine; Rosneft sues RBC for libel; new OPEC limits are unlikely to alter Russia’s production; former Yukos head funding media startups; abortion under fire.
TODAY: US threatens to end Syria diplomacy with Russia over ‘barbaric’ Aleppo attacks; criminal investigation team says Russia was behind downing of MH-17; Putin unveils hopes for new budget as oil production continues to hit post-Soviet highs; anti-abortion movement grows.
TODAY: Reporter Grigory Pasko attacked in Barnaul; journalist who attempted to expose election fraud charged with it himself; Patriarch Krill hardens abortion stance; anti-Kremlin protester arrested once more; Putin linked to Gunvor in Dozhd TV broadcast; MH17 investigation likely to show Buk missile behind tragedy; rumours swirl around Investigative Committee; grain harvest applauded by Putin; ecologists express concerns over Siberian wildfires.
TODAY: Russia hits back against West’s accusations of war crimes in Syria; Iceland voices concerns over fighter jet activity; Investigative Committee chief Alexander Bastrykin tenders his resignation; ballot stuffing investigated; art gallery closes exhibition following Orthodox Church protests; economic stagnation weighs heavily on ordinary citizens.
TODAY: Russia faces accusations of war crimes in Syria at UN Security Council; Washington calls Moscow’s bombardment of Aleppo ‘barbarism’; Sergey Kirilenko poised to become first deputy chief of staff; Finance Ministry advocates cautious stance on oil prices; recent elections have failed to fulfil voters’ hopes, Central Election Commission admits.
TODAY: Crimea flare-up glitch in economic recovery; state lender Sberbank breaks records; another privatization put on hold; heads roll in Investigative Committee; whole new Internet planned for state officials; migrant workers perish in warehouse fire; no major advances in Syria peace talks; the perils of whistleblowing.