Map. History of Russia conflict

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A Facebook executive who urged transparency on Russian disinformation is said to be leaving after clashing with other company officials
NATO Secretary General: Russia is becoming increasingly unpredictable and aggressive
Russian Presidential elections: 96,4% of votes for Putin in Transnistria1 month ago
Russian Presidential elections: 96,4% of votes for Putin in Transnistria
Air strike on Syria's Eastern Ghouta kills 15 children sheltering in a school, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says
Airstrikes on KhanSheikhoun area were carried out by Russian Air Force.
1 month ago
At the meeting of the losing candidates with Putin, Ksenia Sobchak handed over a list with the names of people whom she considers political prisoners and asked them to pardon.
White House on Russian election: "We're not surprised by the outcome."
Now on Suvorov Square in Moscow there is a rally of supporters of Sergei Udaltsov under the slogan For Fair Elections. According to Udaltsov, about 500 people participate in it1 month ago
Now on Suvorov Square in Moscow there is a rally of supporters of Sergei Udaltsov under the slogan "For Fair Elections". According to Udaltsov, about 500 people participate in it
"We are in the process of implementing the biggest reinforcement or collected defence since the end of the cold war," NATO Secretary Jens Stoltenberg says over the poisoning of a former Russian double agent with a nerve agent
Netanyahu congratulates Putin on his reelection, 'looks forward to continuing to work together closely'
Boris Johnson: Strong support for UK from our @NATO allies in response to Salisbury incident. As @jensstoltenberg said, the Russian state continues to show complete disregard for international rules
1 month ago
Turkish President Erdogan called the Russian President Putin by telephone.
1 month ago
Leaders of the EU countries, or G7 members such as Canada, USA or Japan have not sent notes congratulating Russia's president Vladimir Putin on his re-election victory
1 month ago
„Russia remains a difficult partner", says Germany's new Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas after Putin gets reelected. But he also states Russia will be needed for the solution of major international conflicts
A Soyuz-FG rocket has rolled out to site № 1 (Gagarin start) at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan ahead of its scheduled Wednesday launch with 3 new crewmembers for the International Space Station.
1 month ago
One of the first things Putin does after reelection is to call up reservists for a refresher course of up to 2 months
1 month ago
Putin says Russia will cut its military spending this year
1 month ago
Seasonally adjusted industrial output in Russia swings to decline in February following two months of growth - ROSSTAT
1 month ago
Russian President Putin: We want a constructive dialogue with our international partners and we will do everything in our power to resolve conflicts
1 month ago
Russia's Putin says we plan no arms race
1 month ago
Germany rejects idea of sanctions on Schroeder over Russia
1 month ago
OSCE observers: Russia's presidential election conducted openly but in an 'overly controlled' environment.
1 month ago
Matvienko: The West will reject sanctions against Russia after Putin's historic victory.
1 month ago
On Telegram, RT editor Simonyan writes that Putin "used to simply be our president and he could be changed. But he is our leader [vozhd']. And we will not allow him to be changed."
[email protected], whose @rasmussenglobal has the Ukrainian gov't as a client, says "we owe it to Ukraine" to step up delivery of defensive weapons. He notes Kyiv voluntarily gave up its nuclear weapons program in 1996 and deserves protection
EU ministers condemn poisoning of Russian double agent in the UK and call on Russia to "address urgently" British questions over its Novichok nerve agent programme
Ukraine FM @PavloKlimkin. says"yesterday's [Russian] elections in occupied Crimea, [with] all kinds of manipulation with turnout" looks like "turning back to Soviet times."
"There are no red lines anymore for Russia," says Ukrainian Foreign Minister @PavloKlimkin at @epc_eu, "It's a third world wartargeting everything all around."
1 month ago
ATO spox: Luhansk sector was peaceful yesterday. In Donetsk sector, Russian proxies attacked Avdiivka twice using small arms and grenade launchers. Ukrainian troops did not return fire. Unfortunately, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action.
1 month ago
UK will consider further action against Russia over Salisbury spy attack, says David Lidington
Ballot stuffing- how it happens: the man in the black cap nonchalantly vote three times . In Makhachkala, capital of Dagestan, southern Russia.
Xi said he is confident in the Russian people's ability to achieve new progress in national development under Putin's leadership
EU to listen to Britain's Johnson over nerve agent: Mogherini
Five activists detained in St. Petersburg for holding banner that said "Our candidate is a Russian mutiny."
1 month ago
Russian foreign minister to visit Japan on March 20-21
1 month ago
Verkhovna Rada proposes not to recognize the presidential elections in Russia
A team from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is visiting the site of the attack on the former Russian spy in Britain
Xi congratulates Putin on winning presidential election in phone talk
The European Council says the EU offers "unqualified solidarity" to the UK and has called on Russia to "address urgently the questions raised by the UK and the international community" following the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury
1 month ago
A Kremlin spokesman says allegations of Russian involvement in the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal are "slanderous, groundless and difficult to explain" and says the UK will have to provide evidence sooner or later or apologise
1 month ago
Kremlin spokesman calls Britain's allegations in Skripal case slanderous, groundless and difficult to explain
1 month ago
Final Russian election results: Putin wins 4th presidential term with 76.6 percent of vote, his highest score ever
1 month ago
Russia will remain 'difficult partner' after Putin re-election: Germany
1 month ago
Russia's election commission says turnout in the presidential election was 67.47% and says Putin has won with 76.66% after nearly all votes have been counted
Ministry of Defense: 100% of Russian military in Syria voted for Putin
With half the votes counted, Putin has 75 per cent of them1 month ago
With half the votes counted, Putin has 75 per cent of them
1 month ago
Putin is taking part in a rally in Moscow to thank his supporters
1 month ago
Putin: Broad victory is a sign of the confidence and hope of the Russian people
1 month ago
Russia's electoral commission says no serious violations were registered during the vote.
1 month ago
Polls: Putin wins fourth term with more than 73% of votes
Exit polls in Russia give president Putin 73.9% of the vote RussiaElections20181 month ago
Exit polls in Russia give president Putin 73.9% of the vote #RussiaElections2018
Exit polls are in. Putin wins a whopping 73.9% according to VTsIOM1 month ago
Exit polls are in. Putin wins a whopping 73.9% according to VTsIOM
1 month ago
Preliminary results announced by Central Election Commission in Moscow as polls close
Two observers were forcefully removed from the polling station No. 1111 in Makhachkala. Videos of the violations during the elections were deleted from their phones, one of them told the "Caucasian Knot".
Russian ex-spy's poisoning in UK believed from nerve agent in car vents; at least 38 others sickened, sources tell @ABC.
Presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, the only woman contesting the election, casts her ballot in Moscow.1 month ago
Presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, the only woman contesting the election, casts her ballot in Moscow.
Boris Johnson had some important news this morning: "We actually have evidence, within the last ten years not only has Russia been investigating the delivery of nerve agents for the purposes of assassination, but has also been creating and stockpiling Novichok itself."
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: What we have said is that where people have obtained wealth by corruption and where we can see a link with Putin, we may be able to put sanctions on these individuals
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: When it comes to the defences of this country, we need to make sure we are protected against cyber attacks
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: We've seen an increase in Russian meddling. That's why people will not give Russia the benefit of the doubt and stand shoulder to shoulder with us
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: This is a Russian made nerve agent which falls within the category of novichok made only by Russia
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: One of the things that has really struck me is the difference between their reaction this time and their reaction to the death of Litvinenko
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: This is not the response of a country that believes it is innocent
1 month ago
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: We gave the Russians a very clear choice - either help us to understand how the stockpiles went missing or else we will be forced to draw the conclusion as we did in the case of Litvinenko that the trail of culpability leads directly to the Kremlin
1 month ago
Russian Elections Commission: Electronic attacks from 15 countries were thwarted on the committee's website
In this polling station  635 in Moscow, a sticker had been added to the bio of Communist Party candidate Grudinin, saying he has not declared bank accounts in Switzerland.1 month ago
In this polling station 635 in Moscow, a sticker had been added to the bio of Communist Party candidate Grudinin, saying he has not declared bank accounts in Switzerland.
1 month ago
Putin voted in the presidential elections in Russia
First evidence of apparent ballot box stuffing in Primorsky Krai, far east.
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