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Obama pressures Russia after Ukraine blitz
Sky News Australia

Obama pressures Russia after Ukraine blitz

US President Barack Obama has vowed to ramp up pressure on Russia after a rocket barrage blamed on Kremlin-backed Ukrainian rebels killed 30 and threatened to open new front in the war. Saturday's assault on Mariupol - the main city standing ... Sky News Australia, 11 hours ago
Ukraine rebel rockets kill 30 Haveeru Daily Online, 1 day ago
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Moscow Times

Pro-Kremlin Media Sees Cuts as Russian Economy Slows

Pro-Kremlin media manager Dmitry Kiselyov is being forced by the falling ruble to scale back international growth plans. Pro-Kremlin broadcaster RT and news agency Rossiya Segodnya will have to slash spending by 50 percent or more and likely ...
 Moscow Times4 hours ago Ruble Fall Checks Global Expansion of Pro-Kremlin Media  St. Petersburg Times Russia2 days ago
Business Times Singapore

Snubbed by U.S. and Europe, Kremlin Looks to Asia at Davos

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 ACQ Magazine19 hours ago Snubbed by US and Europe, Kremlin looks to Asia at Davos  Business Times Singapore7 hours ago Snubbed by US and Europe, Russia pursues Asia at Davos  Today Online8 hours ago

Russian Economy Will Rally, But Won't Boom

(Issue # 1844) Photo: Presidential Press Service / Kremlin.ru There is currently a lot of noise about the Russian economy and almost all of it is bad. Many commentators predict that a catastrophe lies ahead and the economic destruction will ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia1 day ago
Global Advisors

Belarus's quandary: No longer Putin's dependable ally?

Belarus has long had a reputation as the last dictatorship in Europe, for being the Kremlin's lapdog, and for its generally anti-Western orientation. For several years, however, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has at times surprised ...
 Forbes.com1 day ago
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Business Insider

Report Links Kremlin To Litvinenko Death

A report in the British newspaper "The Telegraph" says the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) intercepted communications between the primary suspects in the murder case of former Russian spy Aleksandr Litvinenko, linking his poisoning to the ...
 Radio Free Europe1 day ago Report: U.S. Intelligence Links Litvinenko Killing To Kremlin  GlobalSecurity.org1 day ago Intercepted Communications Link Russia To Poisoning Death Of Ex-KGB Agent And Putin Critic  Business Insider1 day ago
Business Insider

North Korea And Russia Are Undermining America's 'Weaponization Of Finance' Plan (RSX)

REUTERS/Mikhail Klimentyev/RIA Novosti/Kremlin Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and North Korea's new Ambassador Kim Hyun-joon (2nd L) attend a ceremony to hand over credentials at the Kremlin in Moscow, November 19, 2014. See Also Russia ...
 Business Insider1 day ago Poland failed to invite Putin to Auschwitz event  Himalayan times1 week ago Pyongyang Positive about Putin's Invitation of Kim to Moscow  Korea Broadcasting System4 days ago N. Korea Positive about Putin's Invitation of Kim Jong-un  Korea Broadcasting System4 days ago
Radio Free Europe

Russians Said Ready To 'Eat Less' For Putin

Call it the Putin diet. From a regional lawmaker to a powerful deputy prime minister, pro-Kremlin politicians say Russians are ready to eat less to support their president in the face of pressure from the West -- or should be. With prices rising ...
 Radio Free Europe2 days ago This Russian Military Robot Is No Vladimir Putin  ABC News3 days ago Putin Meets Russia's New Terminator-Style Robot Warrior  Moscow Times4 days ago Vladimir Putin: Foes hope to dismember Russia  Asian Age1 month ago
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NDTV

US links Litvinenko death to Kremlin

LONDON US spies intercepted communications between the chief suspects in the murder case of Russian former spy Alexander Litvinenko, linking his poisoning to the Russian state, Britain's Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday. According to the ...
 Oman Tribune1 day ago US Spies Link Former Russian Agent Alexander Litvinenko's Killing to Kremlin: Report  NDTV2 days ago US spies link Litvinenko killing to Kremlin: Report  Zee News2 days ago USA spies link ex-KGB Litvinenko killing to Kremlin: UK report  Gulf Time UAE1 day ago
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Pro-Kremlin broadcaster RT and news agency Rossiya Segodnya will have to slash spending by 50 percent or more and likely give up on expansion plans as the steep devaluation of the Russian ruble hits their margins, news reports said.

By The St. Petersburg Times Published: January 24, 2015 (Issue # 1844) Pro-Kremlin media manager Dmitry Kiselyov is being forced to scale back international growth plans. Photo: Sergei Porter / Vedomosti "The ruble's devaluation means that ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia2 days ago Ruble's Fall Checks Expansion of Pro-Kremlin Media Abroad  Moscow Times2 days ago
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