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Netherlands supports extension of EU sanctions against Russia ...

THE HAGUE. Nov 26 (Interfax) - Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko says that Netherlands supports the extension of the anti-Russian sanctions by EU due to Russia's failure to implement the Minsk Agreements. "I have received a clear confirmation ..., 2 hours ago
Ukraine Suspends Cargo Traffic To Crimea, 2 days ago

Russian air force hit 449 targets in Syria over last three days: Interfax

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's air force flew 134 sorties and hit 449 terrorist targets in Syria over last three days, Interfax news agency quoted the Russian Defence Ministry as saying on Thursday. Russian jets hit targets in Syria's Aleppo, ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 hour ago

U.S. elites form "anti-Russian consensus," bilateral relations not expected to improve in near future - Ryabkov (Part 2)

NEW YORK. Nov 26 (Interfax) - Russia expects no radical improvement in its relations with the United States and has no illusions on that score, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has said. "We expect no drastic change for the better in ...
 Interfax.com23 minutes ago

S-400 already serving in Syria - Russian Defense Ministry (Part 2)

MOSCOW. Nov 26 (Interfax) - An S-400 missile system has already been delivered, deployed and entered service at the Russian Hmeimim airbase in Syria, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov told reporters on Thursday. ...
 Interfax.com1 hour ago Russia's deployment of missile systems in Syria to complicate situation: U.S. embassy  Xinhua News Agency7 hours ago XINHUA - Russia's deployment of missile systems in Syria to complicate situation: U.S. embassy  Namibia Press Agency6 hours ago

Russian agency predicts sharp fall in foreign tourism - Interfax

MOSCOW, Nov 26 (Reuters) - The number of Russian tourists going abroad will fall next year by more than 40 percent, the head of the Rostourism agency said on Thursday, Interfax news agency reported. (Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin, editing by Jason ...
 Sharenet4 hours ago
Yahoo! Finance

Russian Official Proposes Revoking 'Irrelevant' International Agreements

The powerful head of the Investigative Committee proposed revoking international agreements that Russia deems contrary to its interests, media reports said Wednesday. Let's review the agreements of the past two decades, take a look at what we ...
 Moscow Times4 hours ago Matviyenko finds it necessary to set up intl tribunal to fight terrorism  Interfax.com1 day ago Incident with Russian Su-24 prompted by Ankara's political interests - Kosachyov  Interfax.com1 day ago Terrorists nesting in Afghanistan threaten all states in region, world - parliamentarian  Interfax.com1 day ago
Al Ahram

Russians should exercise utmost caution in Belgium due to terrorist threat - Foreign Ministry (Part 2)

MOSCOW. Nov 26 (Interfax) - The Russian Foreign Ministry urged Russian nationals who are currently in Belgium to exercise utmost caution due to the risk of terror attacks. "Belgian security services have information that some terrorists ready to ...
 Interfax.com3 hours ago Russian foreign ministry urges nationals in Turkey to return home  Al Ahram2 hours ago
Global Times

Russia denies entry to 30 Turkish businessmen - Turkish Embassy to Moscow

MOSCOW. Nov 26 (Interfax) - The Turkish Embassy to Moscow has reported problems experienced by 30 Turkish citizens upon their arrival in Russia. "These are average businessmen. They came to attend some fairs. They were told on the border that their ...
 Interfax.com4 hours ago Putin says is in favor of dialogue between Moscow, Tallinn  Baltic News Service.ee3 hours ago UPDATE: Moscow denies violating Turkish airspace after fighter jet shot down  Albawaba2 days ago Turkish Embassy In Moscow Ramps Up Security After Downing Of Russian Jet: Report  International Business Times19 hours ago

Grain exporters suspend contracts with Turkey for fear of restrictions

MOSCOW. Nov 26 (Interfax) - Russian grain exporters suspended contracts concluded for grain deliveries to Turkey due to fear of restrictive measures and they are shipping only that grain which has already been paid for, a grain trading company ...
 Interfax.com4 hours ago
Moscow Times

Russia's Consumer Rights Watchdog Files Lawsuit Against 14 Alcohol-Selling Websites

More than 40 people suffered poisoning after drinking the fake alcohol they bought via the Internet in Krasnoyarsk last week. Russia's consumer rights watchdog has filed a lawsuit demanding that 14 alcohol-selling websites be banned, the Interfax ...
 Moscow Times4 hours ago
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