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President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko has long walked a tightrope between Russia and the West. But with a new Cold War looming, he may have to... [Read More]
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Russia's global military ambition was on display Sunday when the country celebrated Navy Day with large military parades not only in St. Petersburg but also... [Read More]
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Navy Day events in St. Petersburg, which President Vladimir V. Putin oversaw, and in Syria were efforts to demonstrate growing military might. [Read More]
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Gulnara Karimova, once one of the most influential people in Uzbekistan, was convicted on extortion and embezzlement charges in 2015 and now faces new charges. [Read More]
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The Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. last year after his father had won the Republican nomination for president had once represented Russia's... [Read More]
Court documents show that Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, the lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr., once represented the F.S.B., the spy service the succeeded the... [Read More]
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Russia is losing patience and is prepared to expel U.S. diplomats if the United States does not reverse its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats... [Read More]
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Russia wants the United States to reverse its decision to expel 35 Russians and block access to diplomatic sites over accusations of Russian meddling in... [Read More]
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The gunman, a Chechen former officer, received a 20-year sentence, and four accomplices also got prison terms. But the suspected organizers of the assassination are... [Read More]
The assassination or Boris Nemtsov was the most prominent political murder in Russia since Putin came to power in 1999... [Read More]
Alexei Navalny, the opposition leader who organized a recent wave of large anti-Kremlin protests across Russia, was released Friday after serving a 25-day sentence in... [Read More]
The face-off over the Baltic Sea was the latest aerial encounter between Moscow and the West at a time of heightened tensions. [Read More]
A report by Human Rights Watch on Wednesday said that at least 17 construction workers for the 2018 soccer tournament in Russia had died and... [Read More]
At least 16 people were detained while protesting the measure to move residents from Soviet-era apartment blocks. Critics say the plan offers ripe pickings for... [Read More]
The leading Putin critic was detained as he left his home in Moscow, his wife said, on a day when protests were planned in more... [Read More]
A Russian court ruled that the librarian, Natalia G. Sharina, put anti-Russian books on the shelves in a case that her lawyers described as an... [Read More]
Cultural leaders voiced their support for a renowned theater director after he was questioned as part of an embezzlement inquiry. [Read More]
Vladimir Putin added to his public repertoire of feats on Sunday by showing off his skills as a pianist. [Read More]
The Russian president performed two tunes from the 1950s, while waiting for President Xi Jinping at a forum in China. [Read More]
The American attack has freed leaders in Washington and Moscow from the constraints that come with the perception of a special, friendly relationship. [Read More]
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