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23.04.2018
03:27 International Herald TribuneEditorial: Mueller Guides Us Through the Swamp

The Russia investigation has uncovered shady practices in the interlinked worlds of banking, law and lobbying that have long flourished in the dark.

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03:08 NewYork TimesEditorial: Mueller Guides Us Through the Swamp

The Russia investigation has uncovered shady practices in the interlinked worlds of banking, law and lobbying that have long flourished in the dark.

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01:13 Washington PostFrustrated at visa holdup, Russians turn their backs on America 

Fewer U.S. embassy staff has meant that Russians must wait almost a year for American visas.

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01:13 Washington PostRussia, Iran at forefront of concerns as diplomats from leading democracies meet

The high-level G-7 talks in Canada are the first since the U.S. and its allies carried out airstrikes in Syria about a week ago.

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22.04.2018
20:37 Washington PostRussian lawyer questions why Mueller hasn’t contacted her

A Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. during his father’s 2016 campaign for the U.S. presidency says special counsel Robert Mueller hasn’t contacted her and she thinks he isn’t interested in finding the truth.

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19:06 Financial TimesSulzer shows how to avoid Russian sanctions

Swiss pumps maker rapidly restructured shareholdings to escape effects of US measures

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17:44 TheStar.comNorth Korea nukes, Russia tension set to top G7 foreign ministers’ talks in Toronto

Canada and Japan signed a military co-operation agreement ahead of today’s G7 foreign ministers meeting where the North Korean nuclear crisis will be front and centre.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and her Japanese counterpart Taro Kono signed an efficiency agreement Saturday night that will allow each other’s militaries to share equipment during joint exercises in Canada, Japan and elsewhere.
Freeland and Kono met last month in Tokyo where they affirmed their commitment to keep economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea to end its nuclear program when they meet their G7 counterparts today in Toronto.
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Pompeo confirmation unlikely to happen before G7 ministers meeting
The gathering is part of the regularly scheduled run-up ministerial meetings ahead of the G7 leaders’ June summit in Charlevoix, Que., but its timing is giving

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16:11 Washington PostRussia adds Google IPs to registry of banned sites

Russia’s communications watchdog agency says it is adding some Google IP addresses to the state register of banned sites, as a dispute over a banned messaging app intensifies.

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15:30 Aljazeera.NetSyria and the beginning of a new Cold War

Russia and the West are transferring their increasingly hostile confrontation to Syria.

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03:14 BBCSalisbury attack: Russian TV's claims about poisoning

What happened in Salisbury has been disputed by Russian journalists.

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21.04.2018
20:03 Financial TimesChemical weapons inspectors arrive in Douma

US has accused Russia and Syria of tampering with site of alleged chemical attack

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20:01 Washington PostRussia reports 10 terror suspects killed in Caucasus region

Russia’s National Anti-Terrorism Committee says nine insurgents in the Caucasus region who allegedly were planning acts of terrorism during public holidays in May have been killed by police.

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16:39 Euronews.NetChemical weapons inspectors en route for Douma: Russia

Western countries blame the Syrian government for the alleged chemical weapons attack on April 7, in which 40 people were killed.

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16:03 Washington PostRussian Foreign Ministry says chemical weapons inspectors have left for Syria’s Douma

Russian Foreign Ministry says chemical weapons inspectors have left for Syria’s Douma.

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15:53 BBCChemical experts leave for Douma - Russia

International experts have finally gone to the site of the suspected attack in Syria, Russia says.

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15:09 Aljazeera.NetOmission in Democrats' lawsuit text against Russia: lawyer

Democrats filed a lawsuit against Russia and the Trump campaign, but their lawyers didn't properly define 'computer'.

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14:05 Aljazeera.NetUN tries to restart Syria talks after regime advances

A week after US missile attacks on Syria, the conflict between the US and Russia appears to have calmed, but rebel enclaves continue to fall to the Assad regime as the UN pushes for peace talks.

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14:03 Washington PostThe Latest: UN envoy encouraged Russia backs Geneva process

The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local):

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10:49 NewYork TimesA French Honor Not Always for the Honorable; Assad Returns His

The Legion of Honor goes to luminaries in many fields — and also to some less-obvious figures. Noriega and Putin have been among the recipients.

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10:48 International Herald TribuneA French Honor Not Always for the Honorable; Assad Returns His

The Legion of Honor goes to luminaries in many fields — and also to some less-obvious figures. Noriega and Putin have been among the recipients.

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07:21 TheStar.comDavid Olive: How B.C. blocking the Kinder Morgan pipeline does damage to us all

There’s a strong possibility that the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan crude oil pipeline from Alberta’s Athabasca tar sands to the B.C. coast will never be built.
And that setback will do no small damage to Canada.
It’s been two weeks since the sponsor of the Ottawa-approved $7.4-billion megaproject, Kinder Morgan Inc., suspended all but essential operations on the pipeline.
Kinder Morgan gave Ottawa until May 31 to persuade the Houston-based company that there will be an end to B.C.’s relentless obstruction of the project. The company noted that B.C. “has been clear and public in its intention to use ‘every tool in its toolbox’ to stop the project.”
Since Kinder Morgan’s stunning announcement, the Trudeau government and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley have not been able to dissuade B.C. from its threatened court challenges and relentless calls for studies into every aspect of a project thoroughly examined and

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01:52 TheStar.comDog poisonings, sex propositions: Canada’s man in Havana remembers the Cold War weirdness

OTTAWA—The first phone call came a few days after Jim Bartleman arrived in Havana. Canada’s new ambassador to Cold War Cuba was still too green to know not to answer.
A woman purred through the line. She told him she had seen him that day, and that he was so handsome. Wouldn’t he love to meet her? His wife would never know, she said, in a voice Bartleman recalls years later as “sultry.”
He hung up on her.
The next night, the phone rang again. It was a man this time, and he said he had a lot of gold. Bartleman could get a good chunk of it, too, if he were willing to use his diplomatic privileges to help smuggle it out of the country.
Bartleman slammed down the phone.
It rang a third time the following night. A man’s voice on the line. “Oh, señor, you’re so handsome. Why don’t we meet? Your wife will never know.”
It was a curious introduction to diplomacy in Fidel Castro’s Cuba: a trio of

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00:50 TheStar.comIn Comey memos, Trump talks of jailed journalists and Russian ‘hookers’

WASHINGTON—James Comey and President Donald Trump seem to disagree on most everything, but the ex-FBI director’s memos show consensus on at least one thing: the need to hunt down leakers.
The two men bonded over the idea of a proposed leak crackdown, even sharing a chuckle over a crude joke involving jailed journalists, according to memos written by Comey and obtained by The Associated Press.
The jocularity over leakers and journalists is striking given the otherwise tense nature of their conversations, which touched on loyalty pledges, Russian prostitutes and open FBI investigations.
The memos kept by Comey show his unease with Trump’s requests and his concern that the president was blurring the bright line between politics and law enforcement, including with a request that he end an investigation into former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Yet Trump and Comey were clearly on the same page about leaks, even if they weren’t

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00:40 BBCRussia's Telegram ban 'failing'

The messaging app is working around attempts to block it by authorities.

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20.04.2018
23:17 Aljazeera.NetDemocrats sue Russia, Trump camp for alleged election conspiracy

US president's campaign team, Moscow and WikiLeaks accused of conspiring to influence the 2016 presidential election.

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23:06 Aljazeera.NetStaffan de Mistura calls for de-escalation on Syria

Special envoy issues appeal during visit to Moscow as inspectors wait for access to suspected gas attack site in Syria.

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22:05 ForbesThis Is Where The Upside Is In Russia

Why this Russian investment vehicle might eke out a 25% gain before the year is out.

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22:05 Financial TimesDemocrats sue Trump campaign over Russian meddling

Party alleges Trump associates conspired with Moscow and WikiLeaks in 2016 election

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22:02 Washington PostFrom posh oligarchs to taxis drivers, Russians in London feel a chill

Since the Skripal poisoning, their adopted home is less welcoming.

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21:23 ReutersTwitter bans ads from Russia's Kaspersky Lab

(Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Friday that it has banned ads from Russia's Kaspersky Lab, charging that the company's business model conflicts with the social media platform's advertising rules and citing U.S. claims that the firm has ties to Russian intelligence agencies.

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21:13 ReutersDemocrats sue Russia, Trump campaign for alleged 2016 election conspiracy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party sued the Russian government, U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks on Friday, charging that they carried out a wide-ranging conspiracy to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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21:02 Financial TimesEurope in diplomatic push to ease Russia sanctions

Paris-led effort to convince Trump comes after US measures send metals prices soaring

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21:02 Euronews.NetMeet the sea-skimming vessel from Russia set to make a splash in Europe

An Estonian entrepreneur wants to use a Russian-developed sea-skimming vessel to transport people between Tallinn and Helsinki.

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20:42 ForbesWhat Did The US Achieve In Syria? Perhaps A Deal With Putin Over North Korea.

Sooner rather than later Israel and Iran must have a region-wide reckoning. The allied bombing of Syria changed nothing strategically. Both attackers and attacked got off lightly. Was it part of a wider deal between Putin and Trump?

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20:31 Financial TimesHaley tries to make herself heard above the confusion

A spat between Trump and his UN ambassador highlights US-Russia policy inconsistencies

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20:29 Washington PostComey memo showed Trump wanted faster response to Putin call

Trump complained to Comey that Flynn had been slow to arrange call with Russia’s leader.

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20:18 TheStar.comDemocratic Party sues Russia, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, claiming conspiracy to help Trump win election

WASHINGTON—The Democratic National Committee opened a new legal assault on President Donald Trump on Friday by filing a lawsuit in federal court alleging that the organization was the victim of a conspiracy by Russian officials, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks to damage Hillary Clinton’s presidential run.
The 66-page lawsuit, filed in federal court in New York, assembles the publicly known facts of the investigation into Russia’s election meddling to accuse Trump’s associates of illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the outcome of the election.
“The conspiracy constituted an act of previously unimaginable treachery: the campaign of the presidential nominee of a major party in league with a hostile foreign power to bolster its own chance to win the presidency,” the DNC wrote in its lawsuit, which was first reported by The Washington Post.
The Democrats accused Trump’s campaign of being “a

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20:18 TheStar.comIn Trump vs. Comey, the loser is America

Even when enormous issues are at stake, the sounds and smells of a mud-wrestling match can be easily distracting. The roar of the peanut gallery is often overpowering.
That’s how it has been this week between Donald Trump and James Comey in their inelegant shouting match over the fired FBI director’s new tell-all memoir, titled A Higher Loyalty.
Part of the problem, of course, is that neither wrestler is a paragon of virtue.
Trump, of course, we already know. A serial liar and narcissist, the only thing that may keep him out of jail in the years ahead will be a presidential pardon.
But Comey is more complicated. In the fullness of his career, he has been a respected prosecutor and justice official engaged in many high-profile cases.
But in the pages of his own memoir, Comey emerges as a flawed hero whose soaring rhetoric about high principles is often undermined by the intrusion of an inflated ego and unwise decision-making.
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19:39 BBCTrump-Russia 'collusion': Democrats file lawsuit

Documents filed in a lawsuit allege that Mr Trump's 2016 campaign "gleefully accepted" Russian help.

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19:39 NewYork TimesDemocratic Party Alleges Trump-Russia Conspiracy in New Lawsuit

The lawsuit accuses Mr. Trump’s associates of illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the outcome of the 2016 election.

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19:38 International Herald TribuneDemocratic Party Alleges Trump-Russia Conspiracy in New Lawsuit

The lawsuit accuses Mr. Trump’s associates of illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the outcome of the 2016 election.

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19:18 Telegraph.co.ukDemocrats sue Donald Trump's campaign and Russia for interfering in 2016 election

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18:46 Washington PostRussia: Trump promised to make reciprocal visit to Moscow

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin discussed the possibility of visiting each other’s country when the U.S. president rang his Russian counterpart last month to congratulate him on his re-election, Russia’s foreign minister said Friday.

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18:27 ReutersDemocratic Party sues Russia, Trump campaign for allegedly disrupting 2016 election

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party filed suit against Russia, President Donald Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks on Friday, charging that they conspired to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign, a court filing showed.

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14:22 Washington PostUK lawmakers form group to combat ‘malign’ Russian influence

British lawmakers have set up a special group to focus on Russian meddling, saying more must be done to understand the extent of Moscow’s “malign influence.”

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13:10 NewYork TimesInside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

The I.O.C. wants Russia back. The World Anti-Doping Agency and track and field’s governing body want the country to admit to state-sponsored doping.

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13:09 International Herald TribuneInside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

The I.O.C. wants Russia back. The World Anti-Doping Agency and track and field’s governing body want the country to admit to state-sponsored doping.

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12:25 Telegraph.co.ukEmily Thornberry booed after denying Russia is attempting to block chemical weapons inspectors

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

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06:42 Telegraph.co.ukJames Comey's memos: Donald Trump told by Putin that Russia had 'most beautiful hookers'

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

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06:32 Financial TimesComey memo claims Trump told him of Putin conversation

Russian leader said country has ‘most beautiful hookers’, according to document

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04:47 Washington PostUK envoy: Russia and Syria must let inspectors visit Douma

Britain’s U.N. ambassador says the Russians and Syrians must uphold their promises to let chemical weapons inspectors visit the site of a suspected poison gas attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma — and “it should happen expeditiously.”

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04:18 NewYork TimesOp-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism?

From poison to cyberattacks, Moscow has violated countless norms of warfare and sovereignty.

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04:16 International Herald TribuneOp-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism?

From poison to cyberattacks, Moscow has violated countless norms of warfare and sovereignty.

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02:44 ReutersU.S. tells Russia to address election concerns, chemical weapons

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House national security adviser John Bolton told Russia's ambassador on Thursday that better relations between the two countries require addressing U.S. concerns on election meddling, chemical attack in Britain, and the situations in Ukraine and Syria, the White House said.

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02:24 Financial TimesGiuliani joins Trump team in Russia probe

Former New York mayor says he hopes to ‘negotiate an end’ to Mueller investigation

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01:13 ReutersRosenstein told Trump last week he is not a target in Russia probe

(Reuters) - U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Donald Trump last week that he is not a target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, according to a source familiar with the probe.

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01:02 NewYork TimesGiuliani to Join Trump’s Legal Team

Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and longtime Trump loyalist, will be part of a legal stable as the president faces the Russia investigation.

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01:01 International Herald TribuneGiuliani to Join Trump’s Legal Team

Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and longtime Trump loyalist, will be part of a legal stable as the president faces the Russia investigation.

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00:41 Telegraph.co.ukKremlin 'bot' accounts spread fake news 45,000 times since Syria gas attack

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19.04.2018
22:07 Telegraph.co.ukUS awards $1 billion contract for hypersonic missile as it falls behind Russia and China in new arms race

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21:24 Washington PostRussia, NATO military chiefs meet in Azerbaijan

Russia’s top military officer has met with his NATO counterpart, the first such encounter since relations between Moscow and the alliance have sunk to post-Cold War lows over the Ukrainian crisis.

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20:54 International Herald TribuneTrump Lawyer Drops Defamation Suits Related to Russia Inquiry

The decision by Michael Cohen to abandon the suits came as federal prosecutors are investigating his efforts to protect Mr. Trump from brewing scandals.

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20:44 NewYork TimesTrump Lawyer Drops Defamation Suits Related to Russia Inquiry

The decision by Michael Cohen to abandon the suits came as federal prosecutors are investigating his efforts to protect Mr. Trump from brewing scandals.

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20:23 Financial TimesTrump relaxes conditions over sale of US killer drones

Policy aims to boost defence sales and counter competition from Russia and China

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20:12 ReutersU.S. Senate committee to vote on bill to protect Mueller next week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The leader of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said on Thursday the committee would vote on a bill to protect Robert Mueller, the special counsel appointed to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, despite objections by the chamber's Republican leadership.

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20:10 Washington PostIran’s defense minister visits Iraq to promote security ties

Iran’s defense minister has visited a joint intelligence center in the Iraqi capital operated by Iran, Iraq, Syria and Russia.

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19:30 BBCSalisbury attack: Scientist Vladimir Uglev 'helped create Novichok'

Scientist Vladimir Uglev has no doubt the agent that poisoned the Skripals was made in southern Russia.

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19:18 Telegraph.co.uk£350m superyacht given to ex-wife of Putin-linked billionaire in Britain's biggest divorce case 

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19:09 ReutersRare glimpse of Assad family ties to Russia in kids' stay at seaside camp

SEVASTOPOL, Crimea (Reuters) - News that Russia hosted the teenage children of Bashar al-Assad at a lavishly-rebuilt Black Sea summer camp in Crimea last year has given a rare glimpse into the personal lives of the Syrian president's family and his close relationship to Moscow.

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18:36 Telegraph.co.ukCommodity prices rocket as US sanctions on Russia send a whirlwind through markets

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

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17:32 Washington PostKremlin says nationalizing sanction-hit Rusal is an option

The Kremlin says a temporary nationalization of aluminum producer Rusal is being discussed after the company was hit by United States sanctions.

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17:02 ForbesHow Messaging App Telegram Gets Around Russia's Ban

Telegram CEO thanks four U.S. companies for still allowing his messaging app to be used by millions banned from it in Russia.

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16:48 Washington PostEU foreign policy chief praises Montenegro’s role in Balkans

The European Union foreign policy chief has praised Montenegro’s role in the volatile Balkans region, where Russia is also vying for influence.

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16:39 ReutersThe great Russian oil game in Iraqi Kurdistan

LONDON (Reuters) - Last October, at the height of a political crisis in Iraq's Kurdistan region, a letter arrived at the Iraqi oil ministry in Baghdad from Igor Sechin, head of Kremlin oil major Rosneft .

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15:15 ReutersCommodities rollercoaster on $100 oil talk, sanctions stress

LONDON (Reuters) - Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80-$100 a barrel oil again and of more U.S. sanctions on Russia ignited a rally in commodities and resource stocks on Thursday, though the potential boost to inflation hit fixed-income assets.

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14:32 Financial TimesOil at 4-year high ahead of Opec-Russia supply summit

Energy stocks and crude-linked currencies rally as investors eye $100 a barrel mark

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14:01 Financial TimesBig tech groups snared in Russia internet curbs

Move against Telegram app wreaks wider havoc — perhaps on purpose

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12:45 Washington PostAuthorities release airport CCTV footage of poisoned Russian

Russian investigators say they have traced back the steps of a poisoned Russian spy’s daughter from her Moscow home to the airport before she flew to London, and found no traces of poison.

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12:17 Euronews.NetWhy NATO is criticized by Trump and opposed by Russia

Many analysts say the military alliance is as crucial as ever.

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12:06 Euronews.NetBritish media watchdog investigates Russian RT channel

Britain's media regulator has opened seven investigations into whether Russian news channel RT broke impartiality rules in broadcasts made since a Russian double-agent was poisoned in the English city of Salisbury last month

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11:35 BBCWorld Cup 2018: VAR replays at be shown on big screens in Russia

Replays of incidents reviewed by video assistant referees will be shown on big screens at this summer's World Cup.

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11:35 BBCSkripal poisoning: The man who made Novichok

The BBC's Steve Rosenberg speaks to a retired Russian scientist who says he made nerve agents.

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10:43 ForbesThe Kremlin Vs Telegram: What's Really Going On With The Messaging Service In Russia?

Russia’s Federal Service for the Supervision of Telecommunications, known as Roskomnadzor, orders the immediate blocking of instant messaging application Telegram and sets the Russian internet in chaos, and effectively turns the founder of the company, Pavel Durov, into Hollywood material...

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08:49 Euronews.NetMalice in Wonderland as Russia dismisses UK poisoning claims as fairytales

Russia's ambassador to the UN cited Lewis Carroll at the UN Security Council and says Russia's western partners are not interested in the truth.

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01:54 Washington PostLawmakers worry about securing U.S. goals in Syria as Trump looks for the exit

One Republican senator says the administration seems determined to give Syria to Assad, Russia and Iran.

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01:24 L.A. TimesWatchdog agency rejects Russian claim of second nerve agent in poisoning of former spy and his daughter

The head of the global chemical watchdog agency on Wednesday rejected Russian claims that traces of a second nerve agent were discovered in the English city where former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned.
Britain blames Russia for the attack, which it says was carried out...

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01:23 CNN

The death of Russian investigative reporter Maxim Borodin has raised alarms about a worrying pattern of tragic and often deadly incidents involving people who go public on sensitive issues. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

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18.04.2018
23:53 Euronews.NetBritain and Russia continue their war of words at the OPCW

Representatives from both countries traded accusations on the March 4th chemical attack in Salisbury

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22:49 Washington PostRussia takes heavy hand to internet to block messaging app

Russian authorities are freezing up vast swathes of the country’s online world in what critics call a heavy-handed — and so far unsuccessful — attempt to block a popular messaging app, Telegram.

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22:20 NewYork TimesRussia Tried to Shut Down Telegram. Websites Were Collateral Damage.

Attempts by the country’s internet watchdog to impose a ban on the popular messaging app were opposed by, among others, Edward J. Snowden and a member of Pussy Riot.

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22:19 International Herald TribuneRussia Tried to Shut Down Telegram. Websites Were Collateral Damage.

Attempts by the country’s internet watchdog to impose a ban on the popular messaging app were opposed by, among others, Edward J. Snowden and a member of Pussy Riot.

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21:46 Washington PostPro-Putin youth group to form counter-protest squads

The youth wing of Russia’s dominant party says it will begin training groups of activists to mobilize quickly to conduct counterdemonstrations to opposition protests.

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20:21 Telegraph.co.ukRussia threatens to block Facebook amid crackdown on Telegram messaging service

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20:10 Washington PostDouma chemical attack puts OPCW back in spotlight

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has been thrust once again into the international limelight by a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain and allegations of a chemical bombardment on the Syrian city of Douma.

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19:07 ReutersRussia's RT faces seven investigations in Britain over broadcasts since Skripal case

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's media regulator opened seven investigations into Russian news channel RT, saying it had found an increase in programs which may have breached impartiality rules since a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy last month.

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19:07 NewYork TimesThe Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

Sanctions are increasingly isolating Russia and damaging its economy, but President Vladimir V. Putin and his supporters are confident things are going well.

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19:06 International Herald TribuneThe Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

Sanctions are increasingly isolating Russia and damaging its economy, but President Vladimir V. Putin and his supporters are confident things are going well.

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17:32 Telegraph.co.ukNikki Haley hits back at White House claims she is 'confused' over Russia sanctions

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17:31 Washington PostWhy Austria's response to the Skripal poisoning wasn't so tough on Russia

Austria may want to play diplomat in an escalating cold war.

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16:49 BBCWorld Cup 2018: Are England fans put off by Russia or their own team?

The latest ticket sales phase for this summer's World Cup in Russia open on Wednesday and figures so far show the appetite among England fans is not what it was in 2014.

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