A journalist working for a Kremlin-backed, English-language television station sounded a rare note of dissent on Wednesday announcing her resignation on air to protest the network's coverage of the crisis in Ukraine. Russian state television has ... Irish Times, 1 day ago
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Active Citizens , Armed Conflicts , Civil Society , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Editors' Choice , Europe , Featured , Global Geopolitics , Global Governance , Headlines , Human Rights , Peace , Press Freedom , Regional Categories , Religion , ...Inter Press Service, 1 day ago
Even before Russian troops rolled into the Crimean region of Ukraine last week, Vladimir Putin was upside down in American polls. The Gallup organization polled 1,018 American adults Feb. 6-9, as the Olympic Games were getting underway, and only ...The Hill, 2 days ago Russians rallying around Sochi, Putin Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago Sochi or bust CommonWealth, 4 weeks ago Putin's Russia: Sochi Or Bust Business Insider Australia, 1 month ago
Kommersant 1. Vitaly Gaidayev article headlined "Market hits bottom" says Russian market indexes have fallen by11-12 percent andthe dollar andthe euro soared against theruble amid theUkrainian crisis; pp 1, 8 (985 words). 2. Yegor ...Moscow Times, 3 days ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a gamble on Ukraine and is betting that U.S. President Barack Obama will blink first. Wounded by a personal political defeat in a battle for influence over Russia's Slavic neighbour, Putin is fighting back, ...Hindustan Times, 4 days ago Ukraine: Putinvs Obama -who will blink first? Hindustan Times, 4 days ago Ukraine: Putin takes on West MSN.co.in, 4 days ago Putin takes on West over Ukraine: who blinks first? Reuters, 5 days ago
Kommersant 1. Yekaterina Gerashenko andAlexandra Mertsalova article headlined "Moscow region torise with skyscrapers" says that theMoscow region authorities have announced plans toset up anetwork ofbusiness centers similar tothe Moscow City ...Moscow Times, 1 week ago
1. Oleg Rubnikovich and Nikolai Sergeyev article headlined "Police arrested general" comments on the arrest of the deputy head of the main directorate of economic security and fight against corruption of the Interior Ministry, Boris Kolesnikov, and ...Moscow Times, 1 week ago What the Papers Say, Feb. 21, 2014 Moscow Times, 2 weeks ago What the Papers Say, Jan. 31 Moscow Times, 1 month ago
Police arrested anti-Kremlin opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in Moscow and at least 95 others on Saturday at demonstrations in cities across Russia In St. Petersburg, Russia Reuters reporters said some of the detained had bloody noses while ...International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Kommersant 1. Kirill Melnikov and Alexander Gabuyev interview with Deputy Prime Minister and presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev, headlined "'Short-term task is handover of powers'", speaking about the development ...Moscow Times, 2 weeks ago What the Papers Say, Feb. 17 Moscow Times, 2 weeks ago
Russia remembered the 25th anniversary of the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan with low-key ceremonies as the country tries to forget its failed military adventure. On February 15th 1989, the last Soviet army column crossed from Afghanistan to ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
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