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The Russian leader is having to weigh up his desire for faster growth against the benefits of his alliance with Saudi Arabia. [Read More]
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The mass resignation of Kommersant's entire political desk should come as no suprise. [Read More]
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The suspects in Vladimir region refused to lay down their arms and opened fire. [Read More]
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Also on Tuesday, Putin spoke with Macron and Merkel in a phone call about Ukraine. [Read More]
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The changes were anticipated as part of Russia's state strategy to combat the epidemic that has led to the deaths of 318,000 Russians. [Read More]
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Sakharov won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1975 but was persecuted for his efforts for civil liberties. [Read More]
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Rescuers successfully talked the man down, six hours after he scaled the upper heights of the Eiffel Tower. [Read More]
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The residence will be equipped with its own private church, library, pool hall and possibly an elevator, reports said. [Read More]
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Their responses differed from millennials worldwide, who named climate change and income inequality as their top concerns. [Read More]
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Flows through the Druzhba pipeline were suspended due to contamination, sending shockwaves through global oil markets. [Read More]
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On the day Moscow was rocked by another censorship scandal, Zelenskiy's inspiring inaugural speech gave Russians plenty of food for thought. [Read More]
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Yandex will provide real-time navigation and other services for locally made cars. [Read More]
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The new Ukrainian president's meeting with a U.S. delegation was one of his first foreign policy actions. [Read More]
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A Song of Ice and Fire comes to Moscow one last time. [Read More]
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Paul Whelan's arrest has heightened already-tense relations between the U.S. and Russia. [Read More]
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The scandal was sparked Monday when two veteran journalists were fired over an article about a political reshuffle. [Read More]
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Trading sources say oil majors are refusing to pay until compensation is agreed. [Read More]
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The residence will be equipped with its own private church, library, pool hall and possibly an elevator, reports said. [Read More]
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As nostalgia for the Soviet Union swells, one project aims to show what life was like for ordinary citizens in the U.S.S.R. [Read More]
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Leonid Volkov said he has been charged for his role in protesting Russia's contentious pension reform legislation. [Read More]
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