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    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge
    Mar16

    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge

    By JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV read more …read more Source: CNS...

    Putin Appears in Many Forms at Crimea Celebrations
    Mar16

    Putin Appears in Many Forms at Crimea Celebrations

    Images glorifying the Russian President were part of celebrations of the anniversary of Crimea’s disputed referendum to join Russia. …read more Source:...

    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge
    Mar16

    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge

    MOSCOW (AP) — Even while Vladimir Putin was still mysteriously absent, Russian TV delivered a clear message for Russians and foreigners alike:… …read more Source:...

    A Year After Crimea, Putin Stands Strong
    Mar16

    A Year After Crimea, Putin Stands Strong

    The way Putin has changed his story about the Crimea invasion shows he no longer cares about post-Cold War niceties. …read more Source:...

    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge
    Mar16

    Russian Crimea documentary sends message: Putin is in charge

    MOSCOW — Even while Vladimir Putin was still mysteriously absent, Russian TV delivered a clear message for Russians and foreigners alike: Putin is firmly in charge, and ready to use his country’s military power to safeguard the interests of Russia and Russians.A lavish 2 ½-hour documentary on Russia’s annexation of Crimea aired late...

    Kremlin-Critic Sobchak ‘Leaves Russia for Some Time’ on Rumours of Dissident Hit-List
    Mar16

    Kremlin-Critic Sobchak ‘Leaves Russia for Some Time’ on Rumours of Dissident Hit-List

    One of Russia’s most high-profile journalists and opposition figures Xenia Sobchak has left Russia after security services told her she had become a target for the killers of Russia’s opposition party leader, Boris Nemtsov, according to reports in the Russian press. Sobchak told friends she was leaving Russia at a lunch to celebrate...

    Ukrainian widow gets helping hand from USA TODAY readers
    Mar16

    Ukrainian widow gets helping hand from USA TODAY readers

    Five months ago, Nadezda Panasyk was marooned in a battle zone in separatist-held eastern Ukraine. Today the 75-year-old has a new home and new adopted family thanks to USA TODAY readers who were moved to make donations after seeing her story. …read more Source: USA...

    This is Crimea a year after its ‘return to Russia’
    Mar16

    This is Crimea a year after its ‘return to Russia’

    Rallies and concerts kicked off a weeklong celebration marking the one-year anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula. Supporters on Monday unfurled a massive Russian flag during a large rally in Simferopol, where hundreds gathered waving flags and celebrating in the street. Russia sent troops into Crimea in...

    Russia’s Lavrov: US Plans to Arm Ukraine Would Hit Peace Deal
    Mar16

    Russia’s Lavrov: US Plans to Arm Ukraine Would Hit Peace Deal

    Russia’s Lavrov: US Plans to Arm Ukraine Would Hit Peace Deal …read more Source:...

    Putin Reappears After 10-day Absence, Looks Healthy
    Mar16

    Putin Reappears After 10-day Absence, Looks Healthy

    (ST. PETERSBURG, Russia) — Russian President Vladimir Putin resurfaced Monday, smiling and looking his normal self after a 10-day absence from public view that fueled a wave of rumors about his health. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev, who met with Putin in St. Petersburg’s ornate Konstantin Palace on Monday, referred to the swirling...