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Interfax, Ekho Moskvy rank best universities for 2013/2014 aca...

June 05, 2014 MOSCOW. June 5 (Interfax) - International information group Interfax and radio station Ekho Moskvy have released their fifth annual national university rankings for the 2013/2014 academic year. The key aims of this project are ..., 1 month ago

Journalist Attacked While Covering Pro-Ukrainian Pickets In St.Petersburg

A correspondent for Russia's Ekho Moskvy radio has been attacked while covering single-person pickets supporting Ukraine in St. Petersburg. An attacker whose name was not made public was seen kicking Vesnin several times in the hands and face ...
 Radio Free Europe4 weeks ago ATTACKS DISRUPT LOCAL PRO-UKRAINIAN RALLY  St. Petersburg Times Russia3 weeks ago

Kremlin Dismisses Putin Threat as a Hoax

TheKremlin has dismissed as "one more hoax" areport that cited Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko as telling European officials that Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had made veiled threats about thesecurity ofEU members. "We no longer ...
 Moscow Times3 days ago
Washington Times

The Bear Out There

Washington Times by Devin Nunes On my recent expedition to Eastern Europe and Ukraine, I was particularly affected by two things people's overwhelming fear of Russian aggression and the omnipresence of Russian state media broadcasts. ...
 Congressman Devin Nunes5 days ago Rep. Devin Nunes: The bear out there  Washington Times3 weeks ago

Arrest of Russian Billionaire Shows Return of 'Predatory' Capitalism

Thearrest ofVladimir Yevtushenkov, thelargest stakeholder inone ofRussia's biggest private corporations, will deal another blow toRussia's already decimated investment climate andis emblematic ofthe state's attitude toward private property, analysts ...
 Moscow Times5 days ago
Moscow Times

Russian television news broadcasts have softened their rhetoric with reference to Ukraine in recent weeks, having shied away from referring to the Ukrainian authorities in Kiev as a "junta," according to Medialogia research company.

(Issue # 1828) Most Russian television channels began to refer to the Ukrainian central government in Kiev as a junta after former President Viktor Yanukovych fled the country in February. Photo: Maxim Stulov / Vedomosti In fact, the term ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia1 week ago Russian TV Softens Rhetoric on Ukraine  Moscow Times1 week ago No progress on Ukraine peace, but a glimmer of hope on trade  Fortune3 weeks ago Ukraine claims video shows rebels discussing shootdown  Washington Post2 months ago

Russia, Poland in spat over gas supplies

WARSAW, Poland -- A spat has broken out between Poland and Russia over what Warsaw claims is a sharp drop in natural gas supplies. The move comes amid concerns Moscow is ready to use its energy exports as a political weapon over the crisis in ...
 Miami Herald1 week ago
Moscow Times

Kazakhs Worried After Putin Questions History of Country's Independence

Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (L) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin pose for a photo during their meeting in Minsk, Belarus. President Vladimir Putin has said Kazakhstan's history ofindependent statehood is scant andits ...
 Moscow Times3 weeks ago Kremlin Mutes Putin's Big Crimea Speech  Radio Free Europe1 month ago Putin may be past point of no return in Ukraine  Japan Times1 month ago Putin may be on point of no-return over Ukraine  Reuters India1 month ago
Moscow Times

Inquisitive Pskov Lawmaker Beaten Unconscious

APskov region lawmaker was found stumbling through thestreets covered inblood onFriday, after having called attention toreports that local paratroopers may have been deployed towar-torn Ukraine. Lev Shlosberg sustained temporary amnesia, head ...
 Moscow Times3 weeks ago Russian Lawmaker Beaten Unconscious After Questioning Reports of Paratroopers in Ukraine  Moscow Times3 weeks ago Paratroopers' Grave Markings Vanish as Rumors Circulate They Were Killed in Ukraine  Moscow Times3 weeks ago
Moscow Times

Russian Journalists Attacked on Fact-Seeking Assignment About Ukraine

Vladimir Romensky from the independent Dozhd television channel. Somebody does not seem tolike journalists asking questions about thedeaths ofRussian paratroopers allegedly killed ineastern Ukraine. Russian journalists Vladimir Romensky ...
 Moscow Times3 weeks ago
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