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Presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, the only woman contesting the election, casts her ballot in Moscow.
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
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: When it comes to the defences of this country, we need to make sure we are protected against cyber attacks
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
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: This is a Russian made nerve agent which falls within the category of novichok made only by Russia
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
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: This is not the response of a country that believes it is innocent
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
Russian Elections Commission: Electronic attacks from 15 countries were thwarted on the committee's website
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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.
Putin voted in the presidential elections in Russia
First evidence of apparent ballot box stuffing in Primorsky Krai, far east.
: As the House Intelligence Committee has concluded, there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump Campaign. As many are finding out, however, there was tremendous leaking, lying and corruption at the highest levels of the FBI, Justice and State. DrainTheSwamp
Russian Foreign Ministry: Suspending activities of the British Council in Russia
Russian foreign ministry says it will expel 23 British diplomats
UK police are contacting Russian exiles to discuss their safety as they investigate poisoning of Skripal and suspicious death of businessman Nikolai Glushkov.
Ambassador just left - amongst other things said his embassy's work has been to improve relations with Russia - no comment on what Russia has demanded
Putin congratulated Xi Jinping on his re-election as PRC President
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In the Perm region, the train derailed, the railway track was damaged
Russia has summoned Britain's ambassador amid heightening dispute over spy poisoning; diplomatic expulsions expected.
Russia raises $4bn in eurobond issuances
The Russian embassy said that Ukrainian police can not prohibit Russian citizens from entering the territory of the Russian embassy
Russia opens 'murder' probe into death of Russian Nikolai Glushkov in UK
Russia opens probe into 'attempted premeditated murder' of Skripal daughter
The French delegate to the Security Council accuses the Syrian government of committing war crimes
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Russia boycott World Cup2 018 not on the cards, Merkel tells press after meeting Sweden's PM who adds Oslo's backing to Statement calling on Russia to explain Salisbury attack - other EU countries expected to follow suit at EU Summit next week
Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says "there is no record of the Novichok group of nerve agents having been declared by a state party to the Chemical Weapons Convention"
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The number of people killed in the Russian incendiary weapon attack on the market in Kafr Batna, eastern Ghouta, had risen to 61 people. Charred bodies are everywhere, Civil Defense unable to assist the injured.
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Labour leader warns of rushing into new Cold War without full evidence
Kremlin has said Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's claim that Russian President Putin is involved in the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal is "shocking and unforgivable" – Tass agency