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Growing Number of Russians Think State Has Failed in Duties to Citizens - Poll

Growing Number of Russians Think State Has Failed in Duties to Citizens - Poll

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The number of Russians who believe the state is failing in its duties to citizens has increased to 39 percent from 28 percent a year ago.

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Russian Election Watchdog Fined as Part of 'Intimidation Campaign'

Russian Election Watchdog Fined as Part of 'Intimidation Campaign'

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A Moscow city court has fined election monitoring group Golos 1.2 million rubles ($18,000) for failing to identify itself as a “foreign agent” on its website.

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Kremlin Apologises to German Newspaper, Goldman Sachs for Putin’s Statement

Kremlin Apologises to German Newspaper, Goldman Sachs for Putin’s Statement

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The Kremlin on Friday issued an apology to German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs for false comments made by Russian President Putin regarding the ownership of the newspaper.

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Miss Russia Contestant From Dagestan Slammed for Swimsuit Photos

Miss Russia Contestant From Dagestan Slammed for Swimsuit Photos

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The head of the State Duma's ethnic affairs committee has denounced a “Miss Russia” beauty pageant contestant from the predominantly Muslim region of Dagestan for posing for photographs in a bathing suit, ...

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New Report Slams 'Authoritarian' Russia and Former Soviet Nations

New Report Slams 'Authoritarian' Russia and Former Soviet Nations

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Seven of the 15 former Soviet countries have become “consolidated authoritarian regimes,” with Russian President Putin's “naked embrace of autocracy” driving the decline, the Freedom House monitoring group said.

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60% of Russians Think Their Country Is World Leader in Space Exploration

60% of Russians Think Their Country Is World Leader in Space Exploration

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As Russia marks Cosmonautics Day on Tuesday, six out of 10 Russians believe their country is the world's leader in space exploration — a sharp increase over the past three years, polls ...

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Yatsenyuk’s Resignation to Be Presented to Parliament on Tuesday

Yatsenyuk’s Resignation to Be Presented to Parliament on Tuesday

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Sunday announced his resignation, blaming an “artificially created” political crisis and politicians' failure to enact “real changes.”

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Putin: Obama 'Personally' Invited Russian President to Nuclear Summit

Putin: Obama 'Personally' Invited Russian President to Nuclear Summit

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Vladimir Putin said U.S. President Barack Obama had “personally” invited him to attend the nuclear summit held in Washington last week, but he declined over insufficient prominence offered to Russia at the ...

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Russian School Introduces Single-Sex Education to 'Combat Female Emancipation'

Russian School Introduces Single-Sex Education to 'Combat Female Emancipation'

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A public school in Russia's southern Siberian Altai region has introduced separate education for boys and girls in an attempt to combat female “emancipation” and to instill proper “gender roles” in students, ...

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Erdogan: Russia Backing Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Erdogan: Russia Backing Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

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Turkish President Recep Erdogan on Wednesday accused Russia of siding with Armenia in the conflict with Azerbaijan over the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh.