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    News Analysis: U.S.-Russia relations likely further down amid rumors of more sanctions
    Apr05

    News Analysis: U.S.-Russia relations likely further down amid rumors of more sanctions

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration was reported on Wednesday planning to slap more sanctions on Russian business elite, which may lead the “bad blood” between Russia and the United States to further deterioration., The relationship between Washington and Moscow has plunged to a new low, as the United States expelled 60...

    Chinese defense chief says his trip to Russia is a signal to the US
    Apr04

    Chinese defense chief says his trip to Russia is a signal to the US

    Hong Kong-The US should take notice of China and Russia’s increasingly close military ties, a top Chinese official said Tuesday. , Gen. Wei Fenghe, China’s new defense minister, gave the remarks in Moscow following a meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, according to Russian state news agency TASS. “I am visiting...

    German minister wants to rebuild trust with Russia after spy standoff
    Apr01

    German minister wants to rebuild trust with Russia after spy standoff

    BERLIN – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas wants to resume dialogue with Russia and gradually improve ties after diplomatic expulsions over a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in England that Britain blames on Russia, he said on Sunday., Conservative German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Maas have joined the United States and other...

    Putin on track for commanding win as Russians head to polls
    Mar18

    Putin on track for commanding win as Russians head to polls

    UST-DJEGUTA, Russia – Russians vote in a presidential election on Sunday expected to give Vladimir Putin an easy victory, though the Kremlin could miss out on the resounding mandate it wants if large numbers, bored by a one-sided contest, do not bother to vote., Opinion polls give Putin, the incumbent, support of around 70 percent, or...

    Putin rides ‘Russia First’ wave towards election victory
    Mar15

    Putin rides ‘Russia First’ wave towards election victory

    MOSCOW/YEKATERINBURG, Russia – Russian voters are set to propel Vladimir Putin to another term as president in an election on Sunday, giving him credit for standing up for Russia against Western governments that view him as a dangerous autocrat. , Opinion polls show Putin, 65, with a commanding election lead, all but guaranteeing him...

    Dutch foreign minister admits lying about meeting Putin in 2006
    Feb12

    Dutch foreign minister admits lying about meeting Putin in 2006

    AMSTERDAM – Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra admitted on Monday that he lied about hearing Russian President Vladimir Putin make comments about plans for a ?greater Russia.? , While election campaigning two years ago, Zijlstra said that in 2006 he had been at Putin’s dacha when he heard the Kremlin leader speak of plans for a...

    Russian bank CEOs, metals magnates and gas chief named on U.S. ‘oligarch list’
    Jan31

    Russian bank CEOs, metals magnates and gas chief named on U.S. ‘oligarch list’

    MOSCOW – The U.S. Treasury Department named major Russian businessmen including the heads of the country’s two biggest banks, metals magnates and the boss of the state gas monopoly on a list of oligarchs close to the Kremlin. , The list of 210 people, including 96 ‘oligarchs’ with wealth of $1 billion or more, was drawn up as...

    Russian bank CEOs, metals magnates and gas chief named on U.S. ‘oligarch list’
    Jan31

    Russian bank CEOs, metals magnates and gas chief named on U.S. ‘oligarch list’

    MOSCOW – The U.S. Treasury Department named major Russian businessmen including the heads of the country’s two biggest banks, metals magnates and the boss of the state gas monopoly on a list of oligarchs close to the Kremlin. , The list of 210 people, including 96 ‘oligarchs’ with wealth of $1 billion or more, was drawn up as...

    Ukraine deatins suspected Russian spy in premier’s inner circle
    Dec21

    Ukraine deatins suspected Russian spy in premier’s inner circle

    KIEV – Ukraine’s state security service SBU have detained a government official on suspicion of working in the interests of Russia, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said on Thursday. , “Together with the Security Service of Ukraine, an official in the government’s secretariat was found to be working for a long time in the...

    Ukraine deatins suspected Russian spy in premier’s inner circle
    Dec21

    Ukraine deatins suspected Russian spy in premier’s inner circle

    KIEV – Ukraine’s state security service SBU have detained a government official on suspicion of working in the interests of Russia, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said on Thursday. , “Together with the Security Service of Ukraine, an official in the government’s secretariat was found to be working for a long time in the...

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