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People were voting by rules set in the Constitution they were voting on. How's that again? [Read More]
On this week's podcast: Russia-Turkey tensions in Syria, and what would Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden mean for Russia... [Read More]
This week's most important news stories from Russia brought to you by Moscow Times journalists and expert commentators. [Read More]
Dutch cabinet also plans to send an official note to UN Security Council... [Read More]
A Russian-Chinese veto threatens lifesaving aid to starving Syrians—but Moscow doesn't care what anyone thinks anymore. [Read More]
Washington native Alec Peters shown in action with CSKA Moscow in 2018. Peters signed a two-year contract Friday with a Spanish pro team, KIROLBET... [Read More]
Deaths from the coronavirus in May were at least twice as high as those previously announced. [Read More]
Russia's top diplomat has dismissed U.S. intelligence information alleging that Moscow offered bounties to the Taliban for killing American soldiers as a product of election... [Read More]
The arrest of a long-time Russian journalist on treason charges appears to have been the first volley of a concerted crackdown on opposition politics in... [Read More]
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A court in Moscow has ruled to lock up a provincial governor pending an investigation on charges of his involvement in multiple murders. [Read More]
Russia could reopen to tourists from countries where the coronavirus is in decline from July 15. [Read More]
Sergei Furgal was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of ordering the murder of several businessmen 15 years ago. [Read More]
The case of Yulia Tsvetkova has prompted international condemnation and protests in Russia. [Read More]
A court in Moscow ruled Friday to jail a provincial governor pending a probe on charges of his involvement in multiple murders. Sergei Furgal, the... [Read More]
Support, love for our neighborsAs members of the Moscow Interfaith Association, we write today in support of our LGBTQIA neighbors. We write in support of... [Read More]
The United States has become a nation of scofflaws.How did this happen?Who is responsible?First, let's get on the same page, definitionally. What is a scofflaw?Wikipedia... [Read More]
Russia's top diplomat said Friday he's not very optimistic about prospects for an extension of the last remaining U.S.-Russia arms control agreement because of Washington's... [Read More]
Russia denies allegations that one of its missiles brought down the flight in 2014. [Read More]
The move is intended to support individual cases being brought to the European Court of Human Rights by relatives of some of the 298 people... [Read More]
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