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Section: The New York Times (USA)

    Putin’s Bridge to Crimea May Carry More Symbolism Than Traffic
    Nov11

    Putin’s Bridge to Crimea May Carry More Symbolism Than Traffic

    The $7 billion megaproject is likely to come more freighted with symbolism than traffic, cementing Russia’s claim to the peninsula and touting Russian engineering. …read more Source: The New York...

    Trump and Putin Explore Meeting on Sidelines of Asia Summit
    Nov03

    Trump and Putin Explore Meeting on Sidelines of Asia Summit

    Amid ever-worsening ties between the U.S. and Russia, the two presidents could discuss North Korea, Ukraine, Syria and Russian election meddling. …read more Source: The New York...

    $1.5 Billion I.P.O. for Firm Controlled by Putin Ally Tied to Manafort
    Nov03

    $1.5 Billion I.P.O. for Firm Controlled by Putin Ally Tied to Manafort

    The listing is one of the largest by a Russian company since the Kremlin drew international condemnation and sanctions by annexing Crimea in 2014. …read more Source: The New York...

    Gunman Kills Woman Who Fought Russian-backed Rebels in Ukraine
    Oct31

    Gunman Kills Woman Who Fought Russian-backed Rebels in Ukraine

    A couple who survived an assassination attempt in June is attacked by a gunman spraying their car with bullets, killing the wife and injuring the husband. …read more Source: The New York...

    Protesters in Ukraine Camp Out Over an Old Issue: Corruption
    Oct28

    Protesters in Ukraine Camp Out Over an Old Issue: Corruption

    Nearly four years after the 2014 revolution, tents rise again on Kiev’s streets and demonstrators denounce the slow pace of reform. …read more Source: The New York...

    Bomb Wounds Ukrainian Politician as Assassination Plots Mount
    Oct26

    Bomb Wounds Ukrainian Politician as Assassination Plots Mount

    The lawmaker was known for pugnacious stands on the war in eastern Ukraine and heated attacks on Russia. His bodyguard was killed, and a commentator was wounded. …read more Source: The New York...

    Sevastopol Journal: Crimean Winemakers Look to Shed the Rot Gut Label
    Oct20

    Sevastopol Journal: Crimean Winemakers Look to Shed the Rot Gut Label

    Pioneer boutique winemakers around Sevastopol are seeking to convince Russian consumers that quality wine does not have to come from France. …read more Source: The New York...

    Schooled in Scandal: What Makes Ukraine a Hotbed of Intrigue
    Oct07

    Schooled in Scandal: What Makes Ukraine a Hotbed of Intrigue

    Russian hacking, secret payments to Paul Manafort, suspicions of missile technology smuggled to North Korea — seemingly all illicit roads lead back to one country. …read more Source: The New York...

    In Crimea, Russian Land Grab Feeds Cries of ‘Carpetbaggers!’
    Sep30

    In Crimea, Russian Land Grab Feeds Cries of ‘Carpetbaggers!’

    In storied Sevastopol, government effort to confiscate land distributed free under Ukraine adds to long list of grievances over Russian rule. …read more Source: The New York...

    When an Interviewee Runs Away
    Sep29

    When an Interviewee Runs Away

    Afraid of retaliation, North Korean spies imprisoned in Ukraine did not want to talk to an American journalist. To get details, I turned to their cellmates. …read more Source: The New York...

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