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The trial of a former economy minister showed that the Russian leader is less interested in micromanagement these days... [Read More]
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Pundits look to Ulyukayev's trial to forecast Putin's next term... [Read More]
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According to the FBS, the suspects were part of an IS sleeper cell preparing a suicide attack "at an iconic establishment" [Read More]
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Russian officials have a tradition of not saying Navalny's name in public... [Read More]
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Suleiman Kerimov invests in Snapchat. Putin presser and Russian hackers. [Read More]
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We've gotten a bit lax lately in the Word's Worth office, which means just one thing: it's time for a Friday pop quiz. [Read More]
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Local football officials say the online glitch is because FIFA does not recognize Crimea as a part of Russia... [Read More]
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The news rattled pundits and politicians alike who expected Ulyukayev to get off with house arrest or even a suspended sentence... [Read More]
Ulyukayev is the first serving Russian minister to be sentenced since the collapse of the USSR... [Read More]
The announcement came during his annual press conference... [Read More]
The sanctions would have expired at the end of January 2018... [Read More]
Ulyukayev is the first serving Russian minister to be sentenced since the collapse of the USSR... [Read More]
Edward Bekkerman is a Russian-American artist, whose new exhibition, "Heaven," just opened at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. [Read More]
"If you tell me that you need to build a bank, then don't come to me or our team." [Read More]
The phone conversation came after a request from the U.S., the Kremlin said... [Read More]
The dachas were seized as a response to Russia's alleged interference in the U.S. presidential election... [Read More]
21 websites were told to delete the accounts of the Open Russia NGO... [Read More]
Four simulated scenarios for measuring Russia's trade potential... [Read More]
"You can imagine what was actually happening in the country" [Read More]
"The authorities are not afraid of anyone and have never been afraid of anyone," Putin said... [Read More]
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