Allison Quinn

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Experts See Dark Plot in Spate of Mystery Bombings in Ukraine

Experts See Dark Plot in Spate of Mystery Bombings in Ukraine

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As the latest blast in a recent string of mysterious bombings in eastern Ukraine claimed another victim Wednesday, experts warned that there would be more to come.

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News Execs Plead With Putin to Stall Foreign Media Law

News Execs Plead With Putin to Stall Foreign Media Law

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The heads of foreign-owned publishing houses in Russia have appealed to President Vladimir Putin to defer a recently passed law set to impose major restrictions on foreign media ownership in the country.

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Two Suspected Snipers Nabbed Over Maidan Protest Killings

Two Suspected Snipers Nabbed Over Maidan Protest Killings

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Ukrainian prosecutors said Tuesday that two law enforcement officers have been detained on suspicion of having gunned down protesters in Kiev during last year's violent Maidan protests.

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U.S. Leaker Edward Snowden Says He Is Not a Russian Spy

U.S. Leaker Edward Snowden Says He Is Not a Russian Spy

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U.S. fugitive Edward Snowden has denied allegations that his life in Russia is controlled by the security services, saying he continues to remain unscathed only because of his public profile.

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Moscow's Anti-Maidan March: Creating a Bogeyman to Fight a Bogeyman

Moscow's Anti-Maidan March: Creating a Bogeyman to Fight a Bogeyman

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As tens of thousands gathered in central Moscow on Saturday for the "Anti-Maidan" rally, the Russian public was asked to swallow an unsavory pill.

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Rebels, Kiev Offer Starkly Different Debaltseve Death Tolls

Rebels, Kiev Offer Starkly Different Debaltseve Death Tolls

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As east Ukrainian rebel forces announced that the death toll of their recent capture of key railway hub Debaltseve measured in the thousands, official Kiev offered starkly different casualty numbers.

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Experts Say Conflict in North Caucasus Waning — But Far From Over

Experts Say Conflict in North Caucasus Waning — But Far From Over

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Though the security situation has improved in Russia's turbulent North Caucasus, which for years has been plagued by almost daily battles between police and Islamic insurgents, the reduced number of fatalities seen ...

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Russian Kindergarten Staff Write Open Letter to Putin Over Rising Prices

Russian Kindergarten Staff Write Open Letter to Putin Over Rising Prices

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Employees of a kindergarten in the republic of Karelia have written an open letter to President Vladimir Putin after being threatened with termination for complaining of low wages, a regional lawmaker said ...

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Sochi Resident Suspected of Treason Denied Family Visits for Past Year

Sochi Resident Suspected of Treason Denied Family Visits for Past Year

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A Sochi man accused of treason has reportedly been denied the right to see his family for the past year owing to his refusal to confess to the crime, and his daughter ...

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Image of Gay Russian Couple Wins World Press Photo

Image of Gay Russian Couple Wins World Press Photo

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A photograph of a gay male couple in St. Petersburg has been selected as the World Press Photo of the Year 2014.