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Russians Oblivious To Growing Anger Over MH17

On a busy street in central Moscow, a well-dressed man stands yelling at the crowd: "Don't you understand? There will be a war!" All around him, people walk by, wholly uninterested. It's a hot summer's day, they're enjoying the sun. Save for a ... Sky News, 1 week ago

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Malay Mail

Disenchanted with Putin, some Russians vote with their feet

Genealogist Vladimir Paley after an interview in the Jewish Cultural Centre in Moscow July 4, 2014. Most of Paley's clients want him to dig up their family history with one goal in mind: making a case to obtain foreign citizenship and leave Russia.
 Malay Mail1 week ago Putin may be on point of no-return over Ukraine  Reuters India2 days ago ANALYSIS-Putin may have passed point of no-return over Ukraine  CNBC2 days ago Russia's smartest people are leaving their country  Times of Malta3 days ago
New Age Bangladesh

Sanctions on Russian economy will bark and bite: analysts

Moscow dismisses Western sanctions as mostly bark, but analysts warned the latest measures announced by the EU and US will also bite the Russian economy which is teetering on the edge of recession. Washington and Brussels announced on Tuesday the ...
 Herald Live1 day ago

Ordinary Russians back Putin, Kremlin's view of Malaysia Airlines MH17 tragedy

The international attempts to isolate Russia over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight The reactions of ordinary Russians to the tragedy range from resentment of the West's incrimination of the pro-Russia separatists and Russia itself to ...
 CBC2 days ago Moscow file Ordinary Russians back Putin, Kremlin's view of Malaysian Airlines MH17 tragedy State-run media full of conspiracy theories aimed at the West  CBC1 week ago

Putin's winning the PR war over MH17 — at least in Russia

The international attempts to isolate Russia over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine have not sheltered its citizens from the shock and anguish of last week's horrific event. The reactions of ordinary Russians to the ...
 CBC1 week ago Russian nationalist sees war with Ukraine  BBC3 weeks ago Russians have no appetite for war  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
Business Insider

The Kremlin snuffs out final roads of dissent for Putin foes

By Maria Antonova AFP MOSCOW -- House raids, bugging devices, threats, violence and demeaning posters are just a few things Vladimir Putin's critics have faced while trying to run for city parliament in the Russian capital. Two years after ...
 China Post2 weeks ago 'Soviet Fear Returns' In Moscow  Business Insider2 weeks ago Kremlin Snuffs Out Last Avenues of Dissent for Putin Foes  NDTV2 weeks ago

"Incontinence in Russia" Now Available at Fast Market Research

Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2014 -- There was a decline in share of the population group aged 65-years-old and over during the review period, with a drop from 14% of the population in 2008 to 13% in 2013. This was chiefly due to many older ...
 Reliance Trust3 weeks ago

Putin under the spotlight

One month he wins the Olympics and kudos from world leaders. The next he grabs Crimea and gets kicked out of their most exclusive club. Now he is facing a recession with few tools to fight it save the public's love. Even Vladimir Putin, in his ...
 IOL1 month ago

Putin's drive to regain Russian clout resonates with youth

at 12:05 am Oksana Chernysheva, shown on June 5 in Moscow, is a first-year journalism student in Moscow who believes Russia can benefit from projecting its power, the way the Soviet Union once did. (Brendan Hoffman/Prime for The Washington Post) ...
 Albuquerque Journal1 month ago Young Russians Pine for the Soviet Union's "Glory Days"  New American1 month ago A new nostalgia, from Russians too young to remember  Washington Post1 month ago Young Russians never knew the Soviet Union, but they hope to recapture days of its empire  Washington Post1 month ago
Irish Times

Russian opposition crushed by wave of repression

The elderly Russian ladies who watch over the exhibits at the Hermitage in St Petersburg are usually quick to spot troublemakers at the city's most venerated museum. But even they were nonplussed when an art activist climbed into an ancient Roman ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
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