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28.01.2020
14:04 ReutersRussia ramps up controls, shuts China border crossings over virus fears

Three Russian regions in the Far East have closed their borders with China until Feb. 7 amid fears over the outbreak of coronavirus there, the TASS news agency cited the governor of Khabarovsk region as saying on Tuesday.

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14:04 NewYork TimesRussia Exerts Growing Influence in Africa, Worrying Many in the West

The Kremlin is increasing arms sales, security pacts and training programs as the American defense secretary weighs withdrawing troops from the continent.

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14:03 International Herald TribuneRussia Exerts Growing Influence in Africa, Worrying Many in the West

The Kremlin is increasing arms sales, security pacts and training programs as the American defense secretary weighs withdrawing troops from the continent.

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12:30 ReutersMoscow imposes special safety measures at tourist sites over coronavirus fears

Moscow city authorities have put in place special safety measures at hotels and tourist sites due to fears over the outbreak of coronavirus in China, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Tuesday.

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12:03 ReutersRussian regions in Far East close border with China amid coronavirus fears: TASS

Three regions in Russia's Far East have closed their borders with China until Feb. 7 amid fears over the outbreak of coronavirus in China, the TASS news agency cited the governor of Khabarovsk region as saying on Tuesday.

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11:22 ReutersNorth Korea imposes month-long quarantine on foreigners arriving from China over virus fears

North Korea will impose a one-month quarantine on all foreigners arriving from China in a bid to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus, the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang said on Tuesday.

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06:26 TheStar.comWill the Bolton bombshell convince Republicans to turn on Trump?

WASHINGTON, DC—Former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s potential testimony in the Trump impeachment trial is like a gun in a Chekov play. “If in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall,” the Russian writer famously said, “then in the following one it should be fired.”
The shots finally rang out Sunday night, when the New York Times published a report about the contents of Bolton’s forthcoming book: “President Trump told his national security adviser in August that he wanted to continue freezing $391 million in security assistance to Ukraine until officials there helped with investigations into Democrats including the Bidens.”
Bolton’s reported recollection of events was suddenly a smoking elephant gun in the room as the trial reconvened Monday. The president’s lawyers pointedly ignored it throughout their afternoon of presentations.
“Anyone who spoke with the

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27.01.2020
18:26 Telegraph.co.ukChechnya 'duped Russian human rights watchdog' by presenting siblings of murdered activists as the victims themselves

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17:47 BBCWawrinka beats Medvedev in thriller, while Thiem also reaches last eight

Stan Wawrinka produces some of his best tennis to battle past fourth seed Daniil Medvedev and reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.

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17:21 Euronews.Net'People were exhausted, emaciated by hunger," Russian Auschwitz liberator remembers

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14:36 NewYork TimesIn NoLIta, a Rental Renovated in Shades of Purple

It took a lot of nerve (and a very understanding landlord) to do what one Russia-born designer and his partner did. And it wasn’t the first time.

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14:35 International Herald TribuneIn NoLIta, a Rental Renovated in Shades of Purple

It took a lot of nerve (and a very understanding landlord) to do what one Russia-born designer and his partner did. And it wasn’t the first time.

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14:23 ReutersRussian operators stop selling tours to China over coronavirus

Russian tour operators have stopped selling package holidays to China due to the coronavirus outbreak there and are only bringing Russian tourists home, Dmitry Gorin, vice president of the Association of Russian Tour Operators, said on Monday.

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11:54 ReutersRussian tour operators stop selling tours to China over coronavirus: industry body

Russian tour operators have stopped selling tours to China due to the coronavirus outbreak there and are only bringing Russian tourists back, Dmitry Gorin, vice president of the Association of Russian Tour Operators told Reuters on Monday.

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09:24 NewYork TimesVladimir Putin’s New Orchestra

The players are being rearranged, but the conductor remains the same.

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09:23 International Herald TribuneVladimir Putin’s New Orchestra

The players are being rearranged, but the conductor remains the same.

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01:40 NewYork TimesIn Impeachment Trial, Geography Dictates Politics

Republicans want to cast President Trump’s impeachment as a narrow argument over aid to Ukraine. Democrats want to describe it as part of a broader struggle with Russia.

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01:39 International Herald TribuneIn Impeachment Trial, Geography Dictates Politics

Republicans want to cast President Trump’s impeachment as a narrow argument over aid to Ukraine. Democrats want to describe it as part of a broader struggle with Russia.

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26.01.2020
08:15 Financial TimesPutin hands new PM mandate to begin spending spree

Former tax collector will tap Rbs8tn war chest to lead sweeping government overhaul

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08:03 NewYork TimesBulgaria Charges 3 Russian Agents in Poisoning Case

The trio, members of a secretive group within Russia’s military intelligence agency, are accused of trying to kill an arms dealer, his son and one of his top executives in 2015.

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08:02 International Herald TribuneBulgaria Charges 3 Russian Agents in Poisoning Case

The trio, members of a secretive group within Russia’s military intelligence agency, are accused of trying to kill an arms dealer, his son and one of his top executives in 2015.

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00:38 TheStar.comResidents of a downtown condo in disbelief after being told their water could be out for seven weeks

Thousands of residents of a downtown Toronto condo tower — described as the tallest in the country — reacted angrily Saturday when initially told they would be out of water for at least seven weeks.
Water at the Aura tower was cut off at 2 a.m. Saturday when a “booster pump” failed, according to an email to residents from the company that manages the building, ICC Property Management.
“It sucks,” tenant Paris Jeyachamdran, 21, told the Star at midday. “I just went to the washroom at Starbucks.”
Groups of residents gathered in the lobby, angry that representatives from the management company were nowhere to be found. A steady stream of people entered the building lugging stacks of bottled water. Later, word spread that nearby grocery stores were out of bottled water.
“There’s no direction from anyone,” said Leah Hartman, who has rented a one-bedroom unit in the building for

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25.01.2020
18:26 Euronews.NetMoscow pressuring us to merge with Russia, claims Belarus president

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24.01.2020
21:21 ReutersRussia recommends suspension of travel package sales to China over virus

Russia's tourism watchdog said on Friday it was recommending that travel operators stop sales of packages to China due to the new coronavirus.

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21:20 Telegraph.co.ukLeader of US Nazi group the Base traced to Russia after FBI arrest members on charges of conspiracy to murder

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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20:02 BBCRussian bedroom aircon camera 'spied on activist'

Anastasia Shevchenko has been under house arrest for a year and has found a spy-camera in her flat.

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15:31 BBCNeo-Nazi Rinaldo Nazzaro running US militant group The Base from Russia

The American founder of a US-based militant neo-Nazi group is directing the organisation from Russia, a BBC investigation has found.

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13:40 TheStar.comShe was fighting corruption in Ukraine when she was attacked with acid. Critics say the case raises hard questions for Canada

KYIV, UKRAINE—When a critical mass of mostly young Ukrainians brought down a corrupt government in a wave of protests in 2014, Katya Gandziuk’s friends never imagined she would end up murdered four years later for exposing corrupt officials.
They had fought in Kyiv’s main square, the Maidan, and some died for a vision of a new Ukraine less tied to Russia and the country’s corrupt Soviet past. And they won, at least that battle.
Today, however, that vision is no sure thing. Even after ex-comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy swept to an unprecedented electoral victory on an anti-corruption ticket less than a year ago, daring to expose corruption remains a dangerous, even deadly business. Gandziuk, a prominent anti-corruption activist, was murdered for it and those who ordered the killing safely evade justice.
Gandziuk’s close friend Kateryna Mola came face to face with that impunity on a

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11:53 ReutersFlights to Moscow from China's Wuhan suspended over coronavirus fears: Ifax

Flights to Moscow from the Chinese city of Wuhan have been suspended over fears about the spread of a previously unknown coronavirus strain, Interfax news agency cited an unnamed source as saying on Friday.

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08:18 Financial TimesJohnson faces diplomatic dilemma over Russia parade

UK prime minister considers Vladimir Putin’s invitation as part of wider discussion on Moscow relations

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05:13 ReutersJustice Department says it should not have continued spying on former Trump adviser

The U.S. Justice Department has told a court it did not have enough evidence to justify continued surveillance of one of President Donald Trump's former campaign advisers in 2017, in a sign it believes the FBI on occasion went too far when it investigated Russian influence in the 2016 election.

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04:48 ReutersPentagon could start global troop rebalance this year, Esper says

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper suggested on Thursday he could be ready to start a highly anticipated global force repositioning this year as part of an effort to refocus the Pentagon on challenges from China and Russia.

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02:45 TheStar.comDemocrats are making a compelling case against Trump, but who is listening?

WASHINGTON, DC—When he appeared as a witness for the prosecution, Sen. Lindsey Graham was out of the room. So he wasn’t there to see a video clip of himself, taken from the 1998 impeachment of Bill Clinton, explaining that constitutional “high crimes and misdemeanours” don’t require any violations of criminal law to be impeachable.
While the debate about whether new witnesses will be allowed during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump remains a key question, the Democrats presenting the case against Trump have made ample use of video clips to get testimony into the record in a TV-friendly way. Graham wasn’t the only steadfast Trump supporter to have his words broadcast from the witness stand: on Thursday, Attorney General Bill Barr, FBI Director Christopher Wray, former Trump Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert, and even lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who is on Trump’s impeachment

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02:09 ReutersTrump 'made a religious man out of Vladimir Putin,' jokes Schiff

There have been few chuckles during U.S. President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate. But a wisecrack on Thursday about Russian President Vladimir Putin produced some laughter, at least from the Democratic side of the chamber.

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01:31 ReutersU.S. Justice Department says it should not have continued spying on former Trump adviser

The U.S. Justice Department has told a court it did not have enough evidence to justify continued surveillance of one of President Donald Trump's former campaign advisers in 2017, in a sign it believes the FBI on occasion went too far when it investigated Russian influence in the 2016 election.

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23.01.2020
22:47 Telegraph.co.ukNew Russian culture minister 'can't stand' culture, apparent past blog posts suggest

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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18:06 Telegraph.co.ukRussian parliament gives early approval to Putin’s constitutional amendments ahead of referendum

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17:14 BBCDoes Russia's new culture minister hate the arts?

Olga Lyubimova knows about film and TV production, but once apparently admitted loathing many art forms.

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16:21 BBCAustralian Open: Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, into third round

World number one Rafael Nadal reaches the third round of the Australian Open with a straight-set win over Federico Delbonis.

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15:42 BBCSyria war: Jihadist assault 'kills dozens of soldiers'

Attacks by militants in Idlib province left up to 40 Syrian soldiers dead, Russia says.

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13:42 ReutersPutin's political shake-up backed by Russian parliament in initial vote

Russia's lower house of parliament unanimously gave its initial backing on Thursday to sweeping constitutional changes proposed by President Vladimir Putin which are widely seen as an attempt to extend his influence after he steps down.

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09:02 Financial TimesRussia rally puts it back on radar for investors

‘Special cocktail’ of factors attracts fund managers’ interest after bruising run

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03:31 NewYork TimesWhat if Trump Gave Alaska to Putin?

Republicans seem to think no president’s misbehavior could ever be bad enough to warrant removal.

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03:30 International Herald TribuneWhat if Trump Gave Alaska to Putin?

Republicans seem to think no president’s misbehavior could ever be bad enough to warrant removal.

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22.01.2020
23:54 ReutersDemocratic White House contender Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for 'Russian asset' comment

Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard sued Hillary Clinton for defamation on Wednesday, seeking at least $50 million in damages for harming her reputation by suggesting last year that one of the party's White House contenders was a "Russian asset."

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23:52 Telegraph.co.ukMoscow laboratory has approved status suspended by Wada as part of doping scandal punishments

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17:32 Euronews.NetTulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for defamation over 'Russian asset' remark

Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for defamation over 'Russian asset' remark

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15:33 TripoliPostPakistan approves structure to construct $2 billion North-South Gas Pipeline

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15:08 Euronews.NetRussia-Poland feud over World War II history clouds Auschwitz anniversary

Russia-Poland feud over World War II history clouds Auschwitz anniversary

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14:54 ReutersRussia strengthens sanitary controls at borders over virus fears: Ifax cites watchdog

Russia's consumer safety watchdog said it has strengthened its sanitary and quarantine control at all entry points into the country, due to concerns over coronavirus from China, the Interfax news agency said on Wednesday.

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08:30 Financial TimesPolish president accuses Putin of wartime ‘historical lie’

Andrzej Duda declines invitation to join Holocaust ceremony in Israel with Russian leader

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03:46 NewYork TimesHow Amazon, Geico and Walmart Fund Propaganda

Algorithms are sending ads by American brands onto Russian disinformation sites.

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03:44 International Herald TribuneHow Amazon, Geico and Walmart Fund Propaganda

Algorithms are sending ads by American brands onto Russian disinformation sites.

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02:04 NewYork TimesBarr Once Contradicted Trump’s Claim That Abuse of Power Is Not Impeachable

In a memo for the Trump team during the Russia investigation, the attorney general wrote that presidents who misuse their authority are subject to impeachment.

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02:02 International Herald TribuneBarr Once Contradicted Trump’s Claim That Abuse of Power Is Not Impeachable

In a memo for the Trump team during the Russia investigation, the attorney general wrote that presidents who misuse their authority are subject to impeachment.

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00:32 Euronews.NetNew book recounts reports of Trump attacks on military brass, eagerness to meet Putin

New book recounts reports of Trump attacks on military brass, eagerness to meet Putin

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21.01.2020
23:38 NewYork TimesBig Changes? Or Maybe Not. Putin’s Plans Keep Russia Guessing.

Is he setting the stage to lead Russia for years to come? Is he planning to step down? The confusion may be part of President Vladimir Putin’s strategy.

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23:37 International Herald TribuneBig Changes? Or Maybe Not. Putin’s Plans Keep Russia Guessing.

Is he setting the stage to lead Russia for years to come? Is he planning to step down? The confusion may be part of President Vladimir Putin’s strategy.

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22:05 BBCSwiss police 'exposed Russian spies in Davos'

Two suspected agents, one posing as a plumber, were discovered in August, a Swiss newspaper says.

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19:28 Euronews.NetSerbia president Vučić 'fed up of being lectured' over ties with Russia and China

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16:48 ReutersRussia steps up airport screening of Chinese travelers over coronavirus fears

Russian airports have stepped up screening of travelers arriving from China to try to identify people infected with the new coronavirus, airport officials said on Tuesday.

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16:19 TheStar.comIran acknowledges Russian-made missiles targeted Ukraine jet

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Iran acknowledged on Tuesday that its armed forces fired two Russian anti-aircraft missiles at a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed after taking off from Tehran’s main airport earlier this month, killing all 176 people on board.
The new preliminary report by Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization however stopped short of blaming the TOR-M1 for the crash of the Boeing 737-800, flown by Ukraine International Airways.
For days after the Jan. 8 shootdown, Iran denied that it fired missiles at the plane, initially blaming a technical malfunction and engine fire for the crash.
However, after the U.S. and Canada blamed missile fire for the crash, Iran’s armed forces said anti-aircraft fire from the country’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard had downed the flight.
The new report identified the missiles fired at the aircraft as coming from the TOR-M1. In 2017,

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16:07 Financial TimesSwiss police suspect Davos plumbers of being Russian spies

Authorities suggest agents posed as tradesmen in order to bug world leaders

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13:33 Euronews.NetRussian-made missiles were fired at doomed Ukrainian flight PS752 — Iran

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10:10 NewYork TimesPutin Outlines Political Overhaul, Including Possible Post for Himself

By proposing to empower a toothless advisory body, President Vladimir V. Putin set off new speculation about his own long-term plans.

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10:08 International Herald TribunePutin Outlines Political Overhaul, Including Possible Post for Himself

By proposing to empower a toothless advisory body, President Vladimir V. Putin set off new speculation about his own long-term plans.

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05:46 Euronews.Net5 killed by boiling water after pipe burst at Russian hotel

5 killed by boiling water after pipe burst at Russian hotel

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20.01.2020
21:29 ReutersPutin speeds up Russian political shake-up, details new power center

President Vladimir Putin accelerated a shake-up of Russia's political system on Monday, submitting a constitutional reform blueprint to parliament that will create a new center of power outside the presidency.

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21:28 International Herald TribuneInternational Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War

After a Berlin meeting, Russia, Turkey and other countries pledged to end their interference in the North African nation to make way for peace efforts.

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21:16 NewYork TimesInternational Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War

After a Berlin meeting, Russia, Turkey and other countries pledged to end their interference in the North African nation to make way for peace efforts.

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21:16 Financial TimesPutin publishes reforms that open way for indefinite rule

Speculation over leader’s future has convulsed Russia’s elite since 2018 election

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19:05 Telegraph.co.ukRussia accuse UK Anti-Doping of creating 'wall of mistrust' over Mo Farah drug samples

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18:23 Telegraph.co.ukRussian police use spy camera to film opposition activist in her bedroom

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14:27 NewYork TimesAs Protests in South America Surged, So Did Russian Trolls on Twitter, U.S. Finds

State Department analysts found that Russian-linked Twitter accounts sought to sow confusion in South American nations that oppose the Moscow-backed government in Venezuela.

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14:26 International Herald TribuneAs Protests in South America Surged, So Did Russian Trolls on Twitter, U.S. Finds

State Department analysts found that Russian-linked Twitter accounts sought to sow confusion in South American nations that oppose the Moscow-backed government in Venezuela.

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14:14 ReutersRussian opposition wants big protest over Putin's plan to 'rule for ever'

Russia's anti-Kremlin opposition said on Monday it planned to stage a big protest next month against President Vladimir Putin's proposed constitutional changes, which it cast as a ploy for Putin to rule for life.

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10:37 Telegraph.co.ukAustralian Open: Roguish Russian anti-hero Daniil Medvedev could end the predictable run of winners in Melbourne

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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19.01.2020
23:32 Euronews.NetRussians mark Epiphany with plunge into icy water

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22:27 ReutersMoscow protest over Putin's political shake-up fails to gain traction

Over 1,000 people marched through Moscow on Sunday in an event a Kremlin critic tried to turn into a protest against a constitutional shake-up by President Vladimir Putin, but many demonstrators chose to voice dissent about other issues instead.

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16:24 ReutersPutin: Don't lose hope that Libya conflict will be solved

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said he hoped that the Berlin summit on Libya could bring further progress and that Moscow's peace efforts had yielded first results.

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15:46 Financial TimesThere is a void where EU foreign policy should be

The continent could become a playground of conflicting US, Chinese and Russian interests

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03:40 NewYork TimesPutin the Immortal

The Russian leader is maneuvering to stay in power indefinitely. Why stop there?

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03:38 International Herald TribunePutin the Immortal

The Russian leader is maneuvering to stay in power indefinitely. Why stop there?

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00:08 ReutersDespite shake-up, Putin rejects idea of Soviet-style leaders for life

President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he did not want Russia to return to the late Soviet-era practice of having lifelong rulers who died in office without a proper succession strategy.

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18.01.2020
14:13 NewYork TimesAs Powers Jostle for Influence in Libya, Europe Finally Pays Attention

After the entry of Russia and Turkey into the conflict, Germany will host a gathering on Sunday to try to persuade warring factions — and their influential patrons — to give peace talks a chance.

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14:11 International Herald TribuneAs Powers Jostle for Influence in Libya, Europe Finally Pays Attention

After the entry of Russia and Turkey into the conflict, Germany will host a gathering on Sunday to try to persuade warring factions — and their influential patrons — to give peace talks a chance.

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10:05 NewYork TimesPutin and the Art of Stepping Down Gracefully While Keeping a Grip on Power

The Russian president may be leaving the presidency in 2024, but he is not about to retire. That could be dangerous for Russian stability — and himself.

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10:04 International Herald TribunePutin and the Art of Stepping Down Gracefully While Keeping a Grip on Power

The Russian president may be leaving the presidency in 2024, but he is not about to retire. That could be dangerous for Russian stability — and himself.

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17.01.2020
21:26 Financial TimesRussia’s political shake-up: Putin forever

The leader has made it clear to would-be usurpers that he still has many options to retain power

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20:32 NewYork TimesF.B.I. Vows to Notify State Officials of Any Election Systems Breaches

The change in policy came after an outcry about how federal law enforcement officials handled a Russian hack of two Florida counties’ voter rolls.

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20:31 International Herald TribuneF.B.I. Vows to Notify State Officials of Any Election Systems Breaches

The change in policy came after an outcry about how federal law enforcement officials handled a Russian hack of two Florida counties’ voter rolls.

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18:05 ReutersKremlin critic calls for protest against Putin's constitutional reforms

An opposition politician in Moscow urged Russians on Friday to take to the streets this weekend to protest against sweeping constitutional reforms floated by President Vladimir Putin.

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04:14 CNNState media hailed Putin's power shake-up. Moscow residents seem less enthused

Big government announcements in Russia are typically accompanied by simultaneous coverage on the nation's state-run TV channels.

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03:26 L.A. TimesWith his constitutional 'reform,' Putin follows a familiar playbook to extend autocratic rule

Russia's Vladimir Putin is the latest in a long line of authoritarian leaders whose aim apparently is to maintain their own power even while framing the moves as constitutional reform.

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03:14 BBCQuiz of the week: On Trump, Russia and the new Bond theme

Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?

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16.01.2020
23:35 BBCWhat do Putin's plans mean for Russia?

President Putin's major reform of the constitution looks like the start of his "transition".

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22:32 ReutersMikhail who? Weary Russians welcome change of prime minister

Few people on the streets of Moscow on Thursday had heard of Mikhail Mishustin, the former Federal Tax Service chief plucked from relative obscurity by President Vladimir Putin this week to serve as new prime minister.

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22:19 Euronews.NetFrom tax bureaucrat to Russian PM: the unlikely rise of Mikhail Mishustin

From tax bureaucrat to Russian PM: the unlikely rise of Mikhail Mishustin

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21:28 ReutersUkraine asks FBI to help probe suspected Russian hack of Burisma

Ukraine has asked the FBI in the United States for help to investigate a suspected cyberattack by Russian military hackers on Burisma, an energy company caught up in the impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump.

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20:47 Euronews.NetPutin moves the first chess piece in what many see as a grand power-grab strategy

Putin moves the first chess piece in what many see as a grand power-grab strategy

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