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EU extends Russia sanctions over Ukraine crisis
Mar12

EU extends Russia sanctions over Ukraine crisis

The sanctions, including travel restrictions and asset freezes against 150 people and 38 companies, would be extended until 15 September, the European Council said. …read more Source: Eyewitness...

Entertainment: Is Novak Djokovic fully recovered? He just lost to Taro Daniel, a qualifier from Japan
Mar12

Entertainment: Is Novak Djokovic fully recovered? He just lost to Taro Daniel, a qualifier from Japan

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — The Novak Djokovic crisis continues. He was unable to get past his opening match in Indian Wells on Sunday even after another extended break from the game he once dominated and after what he termed “a small medical intervention” on his troublesome right elbow.On court, the troubles continue. He looked strong and precise in...

Putin: Russia’s post-Soviet tsar
Mar12

Putin: Russia’s post-Soviet tsar

Vladimir Putin, seen here on a billboard in south Lebanon, has stamped his total authority in Russia, silencing opposition and reasserting Moscow’s lost might abroad/AFPMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Mar 12 – Vladimir Putin, who is set to extend his long rule to 2024 in Russia’s presidential election on Sunday, has stamped his total...

I will never give up Crimea, vows Russian President Putin
Mar12

I will never give up Crimea, vows Russian President Putin

Putin says he cannot forgive betrayal …read more Source: Daily...

Singer Yulia Samoilova to Represent Russia at 2018 Eurovision Song Contest
Mar12

Singer Yulia Samoilova to Represent Russia at 2018 Eurovision Song Contest

“Julia Samoilova at the second attempt will try to conquer the Eurovision song contest. A young woman with a character and a song with a core,” the broadcaster announced in the program “Vremya.” Samoilova was chosen to represent Russia at the 2017 Eurovision song contest in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev but the Ukrainian authorities banned the...

Politics: Putin is getting slammed for saying Jews might have interfered in the US election
Mar11

Politics: Putin is getting slammed for saying Jews might have interfered in the US election

The Russian president made the claim during an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly on Saturday, and also said Ukrainians or Tatars might be responsible. Russian President Vladimir Putin made controversial statements about Jews and several other groups in Russia, shifting the blame to them for Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election....

‘Crazy’: Official Scolds Ukrainian MP for Wish to Deport Russians From Crimea
Mar11

‘Crazy’: Official Scolds Ukrainian MP for Wish to Deport Russians From Crimea

Crimean Deputy Prime Minister Georgy Muradov, who is also the Russian President’s permanent envoy to Crimea, has described Ukrainian MP Refat Chubarov’s plans for the peninsula as unfeasible. Chubarov heads the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, which Russia has banned for extremism. Commenting on the Ukrainian lawmaker’s...

Strategy: 19 billionaires who grew up poor
Mar11

Strategy: 19 billionaires who grew up poor

Some of the richest people in the world came from poor backgrounds. • Billionaires don’t always come from moneyed backgrounds. • In fact, many famous billionaires actually grew up poor. • From George Soros to Larry Ellison to Oprah Winfrey, here’s a look at how some of the wealthiest people on the planet came up from nothing....

Putin: villain abroad, hero at home
Mar11

Putin: villain abroad, hero at home

To the West he is public enemy number one: snatching land from his neighbours, interfering in foreign elections and unveiling weapons that he says render Washington’s missile defence systems obsolete. But despite , or because of, his reputation abroad, Vladimir Putin is still widely popular in Russia and is all but guaranteed to win a...

I don’t care, says Putin on alleged US election interference
Mar10

I don’t care, says Putin on alleged US election interference

Moscow — Vladimir Putin says he doesn’t care about alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election because the actions weren’t connected to his government. In an interview with the US TV network NBC, the Russian president was asked if he condoned the interference by 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies...

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