UK Prime Minister Theresa May has thanked NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg for the Alliance's support after the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in March
Russian authorities re-opening investigation into Boris Nemtsov's assassination.
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Russia's state TV: Vladimir Vasiliev, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for US and Canadian Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, points out that Trump is sending Bolton - not Pompeo - to Russia, because he wants to cut @StateDept out of his meeting with Putin.
"I think for sure they will engage in campaign disinformation in the 2018 elections," says @HouseHomeland Chair @RepMcCaul "They're very good at that"
"Americans have a right to know who is saying what and they [Russia] obfuscate that and they make it seem like its your neighbors your friends, in some cases even your family" says @SecNielsen on Russia disnfo campaigns
Concerns also high about Russia disinfo campaigns: "The substance itself 99 percent of the time protected under our first amendment as it should be" says @SecNielsen "The goal here is to raise awareness, to try to unmask the senders, if you will, so Americans can make decisions"
@DHSgov is concerned about Russia messing with US elections, including hacking voting systems - "They have the capability" per @SecNielsen "We should assume they will try to use it"
On June 25-27, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton will meet with U.S. allies in London and Rome to discuss national security issues, and travel to Moscow to discuss a potential meeting between Presidents Trump and Putin.
Donald Trump is planning to meet with Russia's President Putin in July, sources say
Russian government continues war on "liberal" social science universities. After taking license away from European University in St. Petersburg, education ministry stripped graduate school @msses_ru of its accreditation today.
US SecState Pompeo turns and walks away when a reporter asked about a possible Trump/Putin summit
South Korean President Moon Jae-in stressed the importance of cooperation between his country and Russia, calling it the cornerstone of peace and prosperity of the countries and their shared region, in a historic address to Russia's parliament on Thursday
Donald Trump is planning to meet Putin next month
G7 ambassadors say they are "deeply concerned" about Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, who has been on hunger strike for more than a month as he serves a 20-year term in a Russian prison camp
Kremlin says aware that U.S. national security adviser heading to Moscow
"There is no contradiction between being strong and having a dialogue with Russia" - NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg addressed the Russia council ahead of the NATO Summit in Brussels
Russia's Lavrov, U.N. Secretary-General discuss Iran nuke deal, North Korea
Robert Mueller's Russia investigation leaves Donald Trump with only a few good options with Michael Cohen
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Lavrov and Guterres hold joint press conference following meeting in Moscow
US National Security Adviser Bolton plans to visit Moscow next week to prepare possible Trump-Putin meeting
Russian TV host Andrey Borodin found dead in hotel in Colombia
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Russian airborne troops of Western Military district hold drill in Smolensk region of Russia
Slovakia delays decision to replace Russian fighter jets
South Korea's Moon Jaein suggests Russian gas be piped to Koreas, Japan
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Pakistan, Russia, and Iran still supporting Taliban, says US General Miller
Moon says he and Putin share common goals of denuclearization, economic development
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres begins visit to Russia
3 days after former Russia coach Leonid Slutsky mentioned @navalny on air, he announces he won't do commentary for any more matches on state TV
Buyers tied to Russia, former Soviet republics paid $109 million cash for Trump properties
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Russia held drill with Su-30SM in Kursk region