"It smelled like something had exploded. I almost couldn't breathe. Sometimes, almost every night, we wake up from that smell. What will it be like in summer? I don't know how we can live like this," a 10-year-old in Volokolamsk told AFP
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Residents of Volokolamsk showered governor Vorobyov near Moscow with snowballs, and a group of men attacked the head of Volokolamsky district Gavrilov
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In Moscow, the roof of the administrative building collapsed
Rocket carrying 2 US astronauts, Russian cosmonaut to International Space Station has blasted off from Kazakhstan.
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Chechnya: Isis claims responsibility for the attack carried out yesterday in Grozny.
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LIFTOFF. @Astro_Ricky, @Astro_Feustel and @OlegMKS launched at 1:44pm ET in their Soyuz spacecraft. The trio will travel on a two day journey before reaching their new home on @Space_Station this Friday.
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LAUNCH. Soyuz-FG launches with Soyuz MS-08 to the ISS
RBC withdraws all journalists from the State Duma
A spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry says Foreign Secretary is "poisoned with hatred and anger" after Boris Johnson suggested Russian president Putin would use the World Cup in Russia in the same way Hitler used the 1936 Olympics to bolster his country's image
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Boris Johnson comparing Russia and Putin hosting the World Cup this summer to Hitler and the Berlin Olympics in 1936
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Crew posing on the bottom of the servicing gantry, heading into elevator for ride up to the top of the rocket. Soyuz MS08 Roscosmos NASA
UK demands Russian guarantees over World Cup fan safety: Johnson
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says it would be wrong to punish England players by withdrawing from the World Cup in Russia but says fan safety is important
Russia spreading 'lies and disinformation' over spy poisoning: UK embassy in Moscow
Russia's Chief of the General Staff, Gen. Valery Gerasimov spoke on the phone WED. with @NATO's Supreme Allied Commander-EUROPE and head of @US_EUCOM, Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, according to Russia's Ministry of Defense, exchanging "views on topical issues of international security"
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Russian president Putin "wants to cause trouble wherever he can" and says the reason the UK was targeted was because it "called out" Russia over its abuses of values
UK targeted by Russia because it 'called out' abuses: Johnson
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Training of combat calculations of the missile systems "Bal" and "Bastion" in the Kaliningrad region. Crews practised performing the tasks of getting out, deploying, changing the fighting order and location after the use of weapons.
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Islamic State claims responsibility for the attack that occured yesterday in Grozny, Chechnya
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the trail of responsibility for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury "inexorably leads back to the Kremlin"
"We have a much clearer picture of the full extent of what the Russian government was doing" says former DHS Secretary Johnson, 2 years on "There could have been additional [US/DHS] efforts made, but I'm satisfied at the time this was a front burner item I was repeatedly making public statements"
Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons have arrived at the Mill Pub in Salisbury as part of the investigation into the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia
Russia's Vladimir Putin himself directed cyber attacks on US in order to influence Election2016 "plain and simple," says former @DHSgov Secretary Jeh Johnson "The key question for our leaders at the national and state level is, what are we going to do about it"
Vladimir Yermakov says his person opinion is that the Salisbury incident was "a planned action against Russia"
"In a democracy, citizens must have faith that their vote counts and is counted correctly," says @DHSgov Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at SSCI "In 2016, we know that Russia|n actors targeted state election systems" "We have no evidence that votes were changed as a result"
"This issue is urgent" Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Chair @SenatorBurr says of US election vulnerabilities/Russia "If we start to fix these issues tomorrow we still may not be i time to save the system for 2018 and 2020"
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen testifies on Russia threats to U.S. election
Duma's ethics committee examines sexual harassment complaints against MP Leonid Slutsky and finds that his behaviour was fine.
Moscow slams Britain's 'Russophobia' and 'island mentality' over spy attack
President Trump was fuming Tuesday night, asking outside advisers who they thought had leaked information about the direct instruction by his national security advisers not to congratulate Russian President Putin on his recent election victory
Russia defense ministry's official was quoted saying Assad Foreign Ministry had informed Moscow that tons of poisonous substances had been found after retaking territories from Syria rebels.
Emma Nottingham from the British Embassy has now decided to speak up at the Russian Foreign Ministry briefing, says there has been "a barrage of distortion and misinformation", and "an unlawful use of force against the United Kingdom."
Emma Nottingham from the British Embassy has decided to speak up at the Russian Foreign Ministry briefing.laying out the Sergei and Yulia Skirpal were poisoned by a military grade nerve agent of a type made by Russia
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The Russian Foreign Ministry briefing are showing satellite pictures suggesting new laboratories have been built at Porton Down
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T-5 hours to the first launch of the year for humans. Soyuz FG with Soyuz MS-08 to the ISS
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Pictures from Syria being shown as part of the Russian Foreign Ministry briefing on Salisbury
Moscow says likely more victims if chemical weapons used in spy poisoning
A Russian foreign ministry official says Britain may have orchestrated the nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal's daughter Yulia in Salisbury
UK either behind spy poisoning or unable to stop 'terrorist attack': Moscow
US missile defence system mars Moscow's ties with Tokyo, Russian Foreign Minister tells Japan
Washington blames Russia for supporting Taliban and sabotaging Afghan peace process. Moscow blames US for supporting ISIS's growth in Afghanistan
Kremlin condemns British ambassador's decision to skip spy briefing
MoD spox: Luhansk sector – Russian proxies attacked Stanytsia Luhanska with small arms, shelled Luhanske and Troitske with 82mm mortars, and used a ZU-23-2 antiaircraft autocannon in the latter. Donetsk sector – militants attacked Pisky and Avdiivka with light weapons.
Putin, Trump Agree To Instruct Lavrov, Pompeo To Begin Preparations For Russian-U.S. Summit As Soon As Possible - Peskov
British ambassador will not attend Moscow meeting on spy attack: embassy
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E. Ghouta: government/Russia also used incendiary weapons to thwart another counter-attack by Jaish Islam in farms of Mesraba last night.
OFK Bank, 25 percent of which is owned by Putin's former classmate Nikolai Yegorov, goes into temporary administration.
Kaspersky is moving its servers which process data from U.S. and European users to Switzerland in response to spying allegations. Company docs say doing so will put data outside the jurisdiction of Russian security services
Kudrin says there is a window of only two years for reforms before the next election campaign starts, pleads for transparency and predictability from the government
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ROTATION: Built in Szczecin, Project 304M, Amur II class repair ship PM56 returns from 150 days Mediterranean deployment and transits Black Sea-bound Bosphorus en route to Sevastopol
Washington Post: Trump ignored warnings from his national security advisers when he congratulated Putin, including a section in his briefing materials in all-capital letters stating "DO NOT CONGRATULATE."
4 suspected militants were killed on the border of Chechnya and Ingushetiya
Armed man was killed in attack attempt on police station in Grozny, 1 policeman wounded