Natalya Krainova

News 4 years ago

Protesters Storm Buildings in Ukraine as West Ponders Next Move

Protesters Storm Buildings in Ukraine as West Ponders Next Move

News 4 years ago

A day after European Union leaders met to discuss taking a firmer line on Russia over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region, pro-Russian demonstrators stormed government buildings in two Ukrainian cities and ...

News 4 years ago

NASA Hit by U.S.-Russia Ukraine Spat

NASA Hit by U.S.-Russia Ukraine Spat

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Space cooperation takes a hit over the crisis as NASA was added to the U.S. list of entities forbidden of cooperating with Russian agencies, and a Russian diplomat tells U.S. officials to ...

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St. Pete Organization Adopts Baby Crocodile

St. Pete Organization Adopts Baby Crocodile

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A baby African crocodile discovered in a St. Petersburg yard in early March may be adopted by organizations tied to the local government, the head of a local quarantine center told The ...

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Dozhd Gets 50-Day Lifeline After Telethon

Dozhd Gets 50-Day Lifeline After Telethon

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Independent television channel Dozhd has extended its operation for at least 50 days in a fundraising campaign launched to save the channel after major cable networks refused to air it.

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Kerry and Lavrov Meet on Ukraine

Kerry and Lavrov Meet on Ukraine

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov were set to meet late Sunday as Russia sought to play down Western fears of an imminent invasion of Ukraine.

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Dozhd Fights to Save Independent Reporting

Dozhd Fights to Save Independent Reporting

News 4 years ago

While most international media attention is focused on Russia's actions in Crimea and the fate of Ukraine, the fate of one of Russia's only remaining independent television channels hangs in the balance ...

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NATO Alarmed by Russian Troops After Crimea Annexation

NATO Alarmed by Russian Troops After Crimea Annexation

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As President Vladimir Putin finalized the annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea and Sevastopol to Russia on Friday, European officials voiced concerns that Russia may have plans to expand into Moldova’s separatist self-proclaimed Transdnestr ...

Business 4 years ago

U.S. Goes After Putin Allies, 'Key Sectors' of Economy

U.S. Goes After Putin Allies, 'Key Sectors' of Economy

Business 4 years ago

As Russia's State Duma on Thursday ratified the annexation of Crimea and the Black Sea port of Sevastopol to Russia, the U.S. kept good on a promise for "serious consequences" by hitting ...

News 4 years ago

To Be Russian, or Not to Be Russian? Crimea Residents to Decide on Citizenship

To Be Russian, or Not to Be Russian? Crimea Residents to Decide on Citizenship

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Among the many thorny issues facing Crimea's residents following Russia's annexation of the region this week is whether or not to become citizens of their new country.

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Russia Not Planning Sanctions Against Western Officials, Rogozin Says

Russia Not Planning Sanctions Against Western Officials, Rogozin Says

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Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin denied Tuesday that Russia was contemplating sanctions against U.S. and European officials to retaliate for banking and travel restrictions imposed on officials involved in staging Sunday's referendum ...