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Kremlin seems determined to break with West
WA Today

Kremlin seems determined to break with West

President Vladimir Putin's approval rating remained at 85 per cent in December, according to a Levada Centre poll. Photo: AFP I hated what happened to Russia in 2014 so much that I decided to move away. It's safe to say, however, that 2015 will be ... WA Today, 4 weeks ago
Will Russia's Crumbling Economy Topple Putin? MSNBC Newsweek, 1 month ago
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WA Today, 3 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Munich Security Report: France and Russia have foreign fighter problems

New figures compiled by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence for the Munich Security Report show that by now 1,200 fighters from France and 500-600 each from Germany and the UK have traveled to Syria and ...
 Deutsche Welle6 days ago
UNIAN

Putin Out to Soothe Panic Over Economy as Oil Sinks Ruble

(Updates with central bank comment in fifth paragraph. For more on Russia's economy, see EXT2.) Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) -- President Vladimir Putin will try to persuade Russians today that panic isn't the answer to their economic pain. His annual ...
 Washington Post1 month ago 18:24Bloomberg: Putin tries to quell public panic over oil prices and ruble slump (Video)  UNIAN1 month ago Putin Out to Ease Panic at Reeling Economy as Oil Sinks Ruble  Bloomberg1 month ago
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Rise and be gone?: Activists detained for spraying holy water on Lenin's tomb

Move meant to symbol­ise an attemp­t to rid Russia from its Soviet past, which is beginn­ing to assert itself again. A YouTube video feature the artists spraying the five-litre bottles of holy water marked with a cross ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
Business Recorder

Russians ready to eat less in crisis, united round Putin

Davos, Switzerland---Russians are ready to ride out the current economic crisis, even by eating less food, and to stand by President Vladimir Putin's side regardless, the deputy prime minister said Friday. Speaking at the Davos Economic Forum, ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago
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i24news

Protesters arrested for throwing holy water at Lenin mausoleum

Moscow - Two Russian performance artists were being held by police on Tuesday after throwing holy water at the Lenin Mausoleum on Red Square and shouting "Rise up and leave!" The men were held overnight in a police station and were awaiting a ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Protesters Jailed for 10 Days for Throwing Holy Water at Lenin Mausoleum  Naharnet1 week ago Protesters jailed for throwing holy water at Lenin mausoleum  i24news1 week ago
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Business Insider

What's Causing Russia's Buckwheat Crisis?

Buckwheat prices in Russian shops are soaring without any apparent reason. Buckwheat prices in Russian shops are soaring without any apparent reason. With Russians becoming ever more insecure about the future, households are stocking up on ...
 AlterNet.org4 weeks ago PRESS DIGEST - RUSSIA - Dec 9  Capital Bay1 month ago Russia Is Suffering A 'Buckwheat Panic'  Business Insider1 month ago As economic sanctions bite, buckwheat panic grips Russians  Malay Mail1 month ago
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Gulf News

In 2015, Putin will be an outright dictator

By imposing financial restrictions, the West helped Putin forge a new political consensus: Less freedom for the sake of more national pride, expressed in the form of Russian defiance of western pressure I hated what happened to Russia in 2014 so ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
Times of Malta

After 15 years in power, Putin now risks running out of luck

: Boris Yeltsin (left) listens to Vladimir Putin during their meeting in the Kremlin as Yeltsin announced early retirement and said that Putin would be Russia's acting president. Photo: Reuters When Vladimir Putin was handed power unexpectedly by ...
 Times of Malta1 month ago
ACQ Magazine

Immigration in any language is becoming a dirty word

ANALYSIS Few issues excite politicians and voters passions as much as immigration. For decades now, the world has been on the move: in 2013, according to the United Nations Population Fund, the number of people living outside their country of ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 month ago Hardline Australia, confused Scandinavia and tense Russia: the global immigration picture  ACQ Magazine2 months ago
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