Russia agreed to pay Kazakhstan $15 for every barrel of contaminated oil. KazTransOil reached an agreement with Transneft
Blackout in Vyborg, Leningrad region. Water supply also cut. Failure in Lenenergo grid at 21:55
Exclusive FT interview: Putin says liberalism has 'become obsolete', champions national populism sweeping Europe, and assails mindless multiculturalism and sexual diversity
Putin on the Skripal poisoning in Salisbury. "Treason is the gravest crime possible and traitors must be punished. I am not saying that the Salisbury incident is the way to do it . . . but traitors must be punished."
FM Klimkin: Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not need a confirmation from President to issue a note to Russia
President Zelensky condemned Ukraine MFA note sent to Russian MFA on Ukrainian sailors, and now asks Putin to release sailors
Acting Secretary of Defense @EsperDoD at NATO defense ministerial: "The instigator of aggression in Europe today is Russia."
U.S. Defense Secretary: Russia must commit to nuclear arms control
The EU has officially prolonged the economic sanctions against Russia for another 6 months
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Iskander launches during readiness check of Central Military District of Russia
Georgia's central bank estimated that the financial losses from the Russian ban on direct flights would cause $200-300 million losses to the Georgian economy
22 hospitalized after An-24 crashed and caught fire at Nizhneangarsk airport during landing
FSB detained a group of weapons smugglers from Ukraine and Lithuania in Novy Urengoy
Russian foreign ministry says US economic plan for Palestinian territories is counterproductive
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Two killed, 7 injured as Russian plane makes emergency landing
Israel suspects that Russian army is responsible for a recent GPS disturbances in its main airport, media reports.
Russian MP Slutsky says that PACE, lifting sanctions, made the first step to recognize Crimea as Russia
Trump says his talk with Putin "none of your business"
Trump: "We'll see what happens. With China, with Russia, with Japan, with- many countries."
Putin accepted the resignation of Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, Mahmud-Ali Kalimatov was appointed acting head of Ingushetia
: "political measures, military measures, exercises, missile defense, conventional and many others and some will be long term others will be possible to implement short term or more quickly but the main focus for us is to make Russia come back into compliance"
: "Ministers confirmed today that we have no intention to deploy new land-based nuclear missiles in Europe. We will not mirror what Russia does. We do not want a new arms race but at the same time we must continue to maintain credible deterrence and defense."
NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg: "NATO is preparing for a world without the INF Treaty. Ministers have agreed today that NATO will respond should Russia fail to return to compliance. NATO will remain measured and defensive in everything that we do."
Russia's envoy to the Security Council: The nuclear agreement must be maintained and Iran is committed to the terms of the agreement
Moldovan oligarch Plakhotniuk is charged in absentia with a large-scale smuggling of drugs - Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation
Kremlin: Putin to meet Trump in Osaka on Friday, also with May and Macron, will meet Merkel and Erdogan on Saturday
This afternoon PACE will consider a report that might re-impose some sanctions on the Russian delegation and prompt them to walk out. Many twists and turns this week.
Russian Federation Council unanimously approved the law on the suspension of the participation of the Russian Federation in the INF range The bill was introduced by President Putin
FSB killed suspected terrorist in Saratov. He was preparing an explosion in a public place.
KCNA: "A tablet to honor Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has been displayed at Lesnaya Zaimka Restaurant in Vladivostok, RussiaThey decided to displaytablet to hand down through generations their honor of having Kim Jong Un at their restaurant."