Anastasia Bazenkova

News 2 years ago

Eastern Ukraine Assassination Attempt: Power Struggle or Provocation?

Eastern Ukraine Assassination Attempt: Power Struggle or Provocation?

News 2 years ago

On Aug. 6 an explosion went off near the car of Igor Plotnitsky, the leader of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic (LPR) in eastern Ukraine. The incident, caused by an improvised explosive ...

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What Does Brexit Mean for Russia?

What Does Brexit Mean for Russia?

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52 percent of British people voted to leave the EU on Thursday and the result has already led to Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation and a free fall in global markets and ...

Business 2 years ago

Putin Mulls Sale of Rosneft Stakes to Chinese, Indian Companies

Putin Mulls Sale of Rosneft Stakes to Chinese, Indian Companies

Business 2 years ago

Russian President Vladimir Putin is considering selling a 19.5 percent stake in the Rosneft oil giant to companies in India and China to cover Russia's budget deficit.

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Russian Activists Plan Rally for Orlando Shooting Victims

Russian Activists Plan Rally for Orlando Shooting Victims

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Activists have appealed to Moscow City Hall for permission to hold a rally for the victims of the homophobic mass-shooting at an Orlando gay bar.

Business 2 years ago

SPIEF Day One: Highlights

SPIEF Day One: Highlights

Business 2 years ago

The first day of St. Petersburg International Economic Forum kicked off on Thursday, with 10,000 visitors joining political and business leaders at Russia's biggest economic event of the year.

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Sports Minister Says Russian Football Fans Could Clash Again 'If Provoked'

Sports Minister Says Russian Football Fans Could Clash Again 'If Provoked'

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Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko says that he can't exclude further violence from Russian football fans in France due to the “numerous provocations” they face at the Euro 2016 tournament.

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French Police Crack Down On Russian Football Fans After Marseille Violence

French Police Crack Down On Russian Football Fans After Marseille Violence

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Russian football fans are facing police checks and a UEFA investigation after violent clashes with English supporters during the country's opening Euro 2016 match in Marseille on Saturday.

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Putin Urges Global Authorities to Ensure Freedom Of Information

Putin Urges Global Authorities to Ensure Freedom Of Information

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged governments around the world to protect the freedom of the press, the TASS news agency reported Tuesday.

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U.S., Ukraine and Turkey Named as Russia's Main Enemies – Poll

U.S., Ukraine and Turkey Named as Russia's Main Enemies – Poll

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Russian citizens have named the United States, Ukraine and Turkey as the country's greatest enemies, according to a poll by the independent Levada Center, the Vedomosti newspaper reported Thursday.

News 2 years ago

Putin Recommends Chaika For Reappointment as Prosecutor General

Putin Recommends Chaika For Reappointment as Prosecutor General

News 2 years ago

Russian President Vladimir Putin has recommended that Yury Chaika serve another five-year term as Prosecutor General, the RIA news agency reported.