Map. History of Russia conflict

19 November 2018
2 week ago
Russia's government that economic sanctions against Ukraine could be tightened further
Putin today at meeting of Russian Orthodox Church2 week ago
Putin today at meeting of Russian Orthodox Church
2 week ago
Russian PM signs decree imposing sanctions on Ukraine affecting 322 individuals and 68 businesses
Russian Tu-160's today flight over North European seas2 week ago
Russian Tu-160's today flight over North European seas
Moldova's president says talks with Putin were a breakthrough Moldova is leaving the EU orbit more towards Russia and Turkey
2 week ago
Medvedev scoffed when asked if Russia had been preparing landing zones for military helicopters on Finnish islands.
Moscow today: Freedom to Russian and Ukrainian political prisoners2 week ago
Moscow today: Freedom to Russian and Ukrainian "political prisoners"
2 week ago
British Typhoon jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers
[email protected]: The NATO-Russia Council met in Brussels Wednesday. "Ambassadors had an open exchange on several topics" including Ukraine, reciprocal transparency/risk reduction, Afghanistan, hybrid challenges, exercises Trident Juncture 2018 and Vostok 2018, and the INF Treaty
A militant anarchist has blown himself up at an FSB building in Arkhangelsk in Russia. FSB officers are injured. The bomber was allegedly 17-years-old and sent a message to a Telegram group before the suicide bombing, declaring his intentions.
Russia plans first manned launch to ISS after accident on December 3: agencies
2 week ago
The Kremlin urged lawyers to continue discussing the issue of the border between Chechnya and Ingushetia
Suicide bombing in FSB building in Arkhangelsk, Russia. The suspect (in the photo) reportedly brought a bag to building entrance, which exploded in his hands killing him and injuring three FSB officials.
Russian counter-terrorism agency: man brought IED in bag and blown up at entrance of FSB HQ. Was killed on site, 3 FSB workers wounded
Explosion in Arkhangelsk: witness say "several people in blood". 1 killed, 3 wounded reported at this moment
Kremlin resettles to Crimea 108,000 Russian nationals to change demographics – Yelchenko
2 week ago
Russia is said to raise Oct. oil output to almost 11.41M B/D
2 FSB employees lightly wounded in blast in Arkhangelsk
Explosion at FSB HQ in Arhangelsk happened at metal detector between 1st and 2nd doors
Man killed as result of explosion near FSB HQ entrance in Arhangelsk
Mattis on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty: Russia is "now standing up multiple units that are armed with a weapon that is clearly a violationWe have done everything we can I think diplomatically, the diplomats are still trying"
SecDef Mattis says US calling Russia to support the Geneva Process on Syria it's eventually in Russia's best interest to not keep Syria the "cauldron of violence that it is now"
2 week ago
Mattis declines to say what US will deploy in response to INF Treaty collapse. "That's a grave decision that the president will take council from all of us – and it will be up to President Trump. His views on nuclear weapons I think are pretty well known, that he hates them."
SecDef Mattis says Russia has been violating infosec since 2008. Says since then US diplomats have been trying to bring Moscow back into compliance. He said "the diplomats are still trying, as we speak" "We are still looking for a solution. If you have ideas, please email me".
2 week ago
Moscow court upholds extended arrest of Norwegian national charged with espionage
The warehouse of the Leningrad Naval Base in Kronstadt caught fire
2 week ago
Kremlin spokesman: Putin is not scheduled to meet with Netanyahu in Paris. They may have a short call
A Russian court in Rostov-on-Don sentenced two men to 15 and 13 years' imprisonment for teaching Islam in occupied Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine
Ingushetia head Yevkurov refused to recognise the today's ruling by Ingushetia's constitutional court which invalidated the land-transfer agreement with Chechnya. The World Ingush Congress called on Yevkurov to annul the agreement
FSB reportedly carried out a massive operation with 60+ raids reviewing private detectives and state officials who allegedly sell info from closed databases, @rosbaltru reports. One person supposedly sold info about Petrov and Boshirov, the source says.
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