Gennady Gudkov was recruited by the KGB 35 years ago. He later emerged as one of the Russian parliament's most vocal Putin critics. The Kremlin has been trying to crush him NPR, 3 weeks ago
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9:18 am ET by MOSCOW — Britain's decision to leave the European Union is just the beginning, if some in the Kremlin have their way. Northern Irish, Scottish, Basque, Catalan and Italian secessionists have been invited to Moscow for a ...NBCNews.com, 6 days ago Why Is Russia's Putin Supporting World Separatists? MSN News US, 6 days ago What's Behind Russian Support for World's Separatist Movements? Spy News Agency, 6 days ago
Russian Anti-Terrorism Law Signed Amid Business, Human Rights Outcry: How 'Big Brother' Is Watching Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin inked a new set of controversial anti-terrorism laws onto the books Thursday. The laws increase the government's surveillance ability, making communications operators keep data for three years and forcing them to ...International Business Times, 3 weeks ago 'This is 100% a step toward an Iron Curtain.' Russia weighs anti-terrorism law criticized as draconian Los Angeles Times, 1 month ago apos;This is 100% a step toward an Iron Curtain.apos; Russia weighs anti-terrorism law criticized as draconian DailyNews724.com, 1 month ago
KIEV — When the the Ukrainian Security Service, the SBU, announced recently that it had detained a 25-year-old French citizen, Grégoire Moutaux, who was trying to cross the country's border into Poland in a vehicle full of explosives and weapons, ...MSN UK, 1 month ago
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