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28.01.2019
16:27 L.A. TimesFour years after Russia annexed Crimea, the peninsula remains in limbo

The wind whips across a narrow, sandy strait, carrying the salty smell of the Sea of Azov. Ukrainians stand in line, sometimes for hours, at the makeshift checkpoint separating mainland Ukraine from Russian-annexed Crimea.
One by one, they hand their passports to the border guards, who work out...

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13:53 Euronews.NetWorld's most casual heist? Moscow artnapper caught on camera

Russian police arrest suspect in case of casual artnapping caught on camera

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12:47 ReutersRusal shares soar, aluminum falls as U.S. lifts sanctions

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Sunday lifted sanctions on the core empire of Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska, including aluminum giant Rusal and its parent En+, despite a Democrat-led push to maintain them.

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11:31 NewYork TimesPutin’s Next Playground or the E.U.’s Last Moral Stand?

The Balkans has once again become a playground for great power politics.

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11:30 International Herald TribunePutin’s Next Playground or the E.U.’s Last Moral Stand?

The Balkans has once again become a playground for great power politics.

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05:10 ReutersAs West turns on him, Venezuela's Maduro flexes military muscle

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro oversaw a display of the army's Russian hardware on Sunday, with anti-aircraft flak and tank rounds pounding a hillside to show military force and loyalty in the face of an international ultimatum for new elections.

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02:44 NewYork TimesTrump Thought Firing Flynn Would End ‘Russia Thing,’ Chris Christie Writes in Book

The former New Jersey governor’s memoir paints President Trump as highly effective as a candidate — but someone who since has been ill-served by many advisers, including some members of his family.

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02:43 International Herald TribuneTrump Thought Firing Flynn Would End ‘Russia Thing,’ Chris Christie Writes in Book

The former New Jersey governor’s memoir paints President Trump as highly effective as a candidate — but someone who since has been ill-served by many advisers, including some members of his family.

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02:33 BBCUS lifts sanctions on Putin ally's firms

The Trump administration lifts curbs on firms linked to Oleg Deripaska, despite objections from Democrats.

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02:33 ReutersAs nations turn on Maduro, Venezuela leader parades with military

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro oversaw a display of the army's Russian hardware on Sunday, with anti-aircraft flak and tank rounds pounding a hillside to show military force and loyalty in the face of an international ultimatum for new elections.

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01:09 ReutersU.S. lifts sanctions on Rusal, other firms linked to Russia's Deripaska

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Sunday lifted sanctions on three firms, including aluminum giant Rusal, linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, despite a Democratic-led push in the U.S. Congress to continue the restrictions.

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00:17 ReutersRoger Stone open to talking with Mueller in Russia probe

Roger Stone, an ally of President Donald Trump and a longtime Republican operative, did not rule out on Sunday cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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27.01.2019
23:33 Aljazeera.NetRussia marks 75 years since World War II siege of Leningrad

President Vladimir Putin praised Saint Petersburg's 'unbroken' spirit as Russia marks 75 years since lifting of siege.

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23:24 ReutersStone open to cooperating with U.S. special counsel in Russia probe

Roger Stone, an ally of President Donald Trump and a long-time Republican operative, on Sunday did not rule out cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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22:29 Aljazeera.NetRussia's St Petersburg marks 75 years since Nazi siege

By the time the siege on the Russian capital was broken, hunger, disease, bombs and shells had killed more than half a million civilians.

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22:09 ReutersAs nations turn against Maduro, Venezuela leader parades with military

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro oversaw a display of the army's Russian hardware on Sunday, with anti-aircraft flak and tank rounds pounding a hillside to show military force and loyalty in the face of an international ultimatum to call fresh elections.

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17:07 Euronews.NetRussia marks 75 years since the end of the Leningrad siege

Huge parade to mark 75th anniversay of Leningrad siege

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16:36 BBCIn pictures: Russia marks end of Leningrad WW2 siege

Russia's northern city remembers the end of the deadly siege with a military parade.

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15:32 Aljazeera.NetRussia: Deal with Turkey on Syria's Idlib not fully implemented

Moscow and Ankara tried to create a de-escalation zone in Idlib to allow displaced Syrians to return to their homes.

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14:37 Telegraph.co.ukRussia marks 75 years since Leningrad siege was lifted with military parade

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05:08 NewYork TimesCease-Fire in Syria’s Idlib Province Is at Risk After Extremists Take Over

An Al Qaeda-linked group now dominates Idlib, which could hasten an assault on the province by the Syrian government and its Russian allies.

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05:07 International Herald TribuneCease-Fire in Syria’s Idlib Province Is at Risk After Extremists Take Over

An Al Qaeda-linked group now dominates Idlib, which could hasten an assault on the province by the Syrian government and its Russian allies.

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26.01.2019
23:10 L.A. TimesU.S., Russia clash at United Nations over crisis in Venezuela and who is legitimate president

The United States on Saturday urged the U.N. Security Council to recognize a Venezuelan opposition leader as the country’s president to replace authoritarian leader Nicholas Maduro, but Russia quickly voiced stiff opposition to the move.
At an emergency session called by the United States, Moscow...

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21:46 NewYork TimesSt. Louis Officer Charged in Fatal Russian Roulette Shooting of Another Officer, Authorities Say

Officer Nathaniel Hendren was charged with involuntary manslaughter after the authorities said he fatally shot another officer, Katlyn Alix.

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21:45 International Herald TribuneSt. Louis Officer Charged in Fatal Russian Roulette Shooting of Another Officer, Authorities Say

Officer Nathaniel Hendren was charged with involuntary manslaughter after the authorities said he fatally shot another officer, Katlyn Alix.

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21:04 ReutersRussia says any military intervention in Venezuela should be avoided

The United States considering all options in relation to Venezuela is dangerous and any potential military intervention there should be avoided at any cost, Russia's ambassador to United Nations said on Saturday.

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20:09 Aljazeera.NetPompeo calls on countries to 'pick a side' in Venezuela crisis

Russia accuses US of orchestrating a "coup" attempt, as US secretary of state urges support for opposition leader.

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17:50 ReutersRussia fails to stop U.N. Security Council meeting on Venezuela

Russia failed on Saturday to stop a U.N. Security Council meeting on Venezuela that was requested by the United States after Washington recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American nation's head of state and urged President Nicolas Maduro to step down.

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17:28 ReutersRussia, China block U.S. push for U.N. to back Venezuela's Guaido

Russia, China, South Africa and Equatorial Guinea blocked on Saturday a U.S. push for a U.N. Security Council statement expressing full support for Venezuela's National Assembly as the country's "only democratically elected institution."

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10:57 ReutersU.S. pushes U.N. Security Council to back Venezuela's Guaido

The United States is pushing for a United Nations Security Council statement expressing full support for Venezuela's National Assembly as the country's "only democratically elected institution," but Russia is expected to block the move, diplomats said on Friday.

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04:02 L.A. TimesRussia and China, heavily invested in Venezuela, warily watch the political turmoil

Venezuela and President Nicolas Maduro have been a costly investment for Russia and China as they seek to expand their influence in Latin America. And they are determined now not to lose ground.
Moscow and Beijing are warily eyeing the events in Venezuela this week, as opposition leader Juan Guaido...

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03:52 ReutersU.S. steps up pressure on Maduro as Russia backs Venezuelan ally

The United States on Friday signaled it was ready to step up economic measures to try to drive Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from power as some U.S. diplomats left the embassy in Caracas and Russia vowed to back its socialist South American ally.

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03:41 Aljazeera.NetUS intensifies anti-Maduro push as Russia backs Venezuelan ally

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to urge UN Security Council to recognise Guaido, a proposal already opposed by Russia.

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03:20 NewYork TimesRoger Stone Lied. What Was He Hiding?

Could the Trump campaign really not have known that in dealing with WikiLeaks it was dealing with Russia?

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03:19 International Herald TribuneRoger Stone Lied. What Was He Hiding?

Could the Trump campaign really not have known that in dealing with WikiLeaks it was dealing with Russia?

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02:37 NewYork TimesHuge Trove of Leaked Russian Documents Is Published by Transparency Advocates

Files and messages on Russia’s war in Ukraine, the business dealings of oligarchs and other issues were published online by a group called Distributed Denial of Secrets.

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02:36 International Herald TribuneHuge Trove of Leaked Russian Documents Is Published by Transparency Advocates

Files and messages on Russia’s war in Ukraine, the business dealings of oligarchs and other issues were published online by a group called Distributed Denial of Secrets.

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01:12 Euronews.NetRoger Stone indictment: Is this all Mueller has, or is he closing in on Trump?

Analysis: The indictment does not allege Russian collusion, but Mueller might be building a conspiracy case.

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25.01.2019
23:02 TheStar.comTrump caves on shutdown, agrees to temporarily reopen government without wall funding

WASHINGTON—Donald Trump caved.
In a move that amounted to a concession of at least short-term defeat, the U.S. president announced Friday that he had agreed with Democrats to sign a bill to fund the U.S. federal government for three weeks, until Feb. 15, without getting any border-wall funding in return.
“I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government,” he said in a speech at the White House.
If he keeps his word, his climbdown will end the 35-day-old partial shutdown Trump initiated to try to pressure Democrats into agreeing to pay for the wall on the Mexican border. The shutdown has forced 800,000 federal workers to go without pay, slowed or stopped hundreds of government activities, and done serious damage to Trump’s popularity.
The president’s move will not mean the permanent end to the fight over the

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22:18 NewYork TimesA Word With: Natasha Lyonne Has a New Life. It’s Just That She Keeps Dying.

The star opens up about being reborn in her dark new Netflix comedy, “Russian Doll,” and wrapping up her old one, “Orange Is the New Black.”

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22:17 International Herald TribuneA Word With: Natasha Lyonne Has a New Life. It’s Just That She Keeps Dying.

The star opens up about being reborn in her dark new Netflix comedy, “Russian Doll,” and wrapping up her old one, “Orange Is the New Black.”

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21:57 ReutersRussia calls U.S. policy toward Venezuela 'destructive'

Russia will oppose at the U.N. Security Council "destructive" U.S. policies toward Venezuela, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.

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21:57 ReutersU.S. intensifies anti-Maduro push as Russia backs Venezuelan ally

The United States on Friday intensified its push to drive Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from power, as U.S. diplomats left the embassy in Caracas, while Russia vowed to back its socialist South American ally.

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21:24 ReutersCorsi, 'Person 1' in Roger Stone indictment, says he's done nothing wrong

Jerome Corsi, a right-wing political commentator, confirmed on Friday that he is "Person 1" cited in the indictment of Roger Stone and said that he no longer believed he would be charged as part of the U.S. special counsel's Russia probe.

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20:52 ReutersRussia will insist on international law compliance if U.N. discusses Venezuela

If the U.N. Security Council holds a meeting on Venezuela, Moscow will insist on compliance with international law, Russia's RIA news agency cited Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying on Friday.

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20:30 ReutersExclusive: Kremlin-linked contractors help guard Venezuela's Maduro - sources

Private military contractors who do secret missions for Russia flew into Venezuela in the past few days to beef up security for President Nicolas Maduro in the face of U.S.-backed opposition protests, according to two people close to them.

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20:19 ReutersHouse to release all Russia probe transcripts: Schiff

The House Intelligence Committee will release all transcripts of interviews in its probe of Russian election interference to the special counsel's office, Democratic Chairman Adam Schiff said on Friday after Roger Stone was charged with lying to Congress.

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20:09 ReutersTrump ally Roger Stone charged with lying in Russia probe

U.S. President Donald Trump's longtime ally Roger Stone was arrested on Friday on charges of lying to Congress about the release of stolen Democratic Party emails during the 2016 campaign, prompting Trump to lash out again about a "Witch Hunt" against him.

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19:57 ReutersAfter Stone arrest, Trump says Russia probe 'greatest witch hunt in history'

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday, following the arrest of his longtime political ally Roger Stone, that the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign is the "greatest witch hunt in the history of our country! No collusion!"

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19:47 ReutersTrump, after Stone arrest, calls Russia probe a 'witch hunt'

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday following the arrest of his longtime political ally Roger Stone that the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign is the "greatest witch hunt in the history of our country! No collusion!"

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19:47 Euronews.NetCould the indictment of Republican advisor Roger Stone lead to Trump's impeachment?

Donald Trump's political advisor Roger Stone is just the latest of the president's associates to be indicted by Mueller as part of the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States election. Could this be the final straw?

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19:36 ReutersRussia opposes Venezuela opposition leader as interim president: U.N. envoy

Russia’s U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said on Friday that Moscow would oppose a U.S. push for the United Nations Security Council to recognize Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s interim president.

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19:14 ReutersTrump lawyer: Stone indictment does not show collusion with Russia

The charges against President Donald Trump's longtime associate Roger Stone do not allege collusion with Russia but only that Stone lied to Congress, Trump's lawyer said on Friday.

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18:52 ReutersFactbox: Guilty pleas, indictments abound in Trump-Russia probe

U.S. President Donald Trump's long-time ally and campaign adviser Roger Stone was arrested on Friday on seven charges of obstruction, lying and witness tampering as part of the U.S. Special Counsel's Office Russia investigation.

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18:18 TheStar.comTrump’s first year was the most dishonest in history. His second was nearly three times worse

WASHINGTON—During Donald Trump’s first year in office, historians told us there had never been a president who lied so frequently.
It got worse. So much worse.
Trump made 3,135 false claims in the second year in office that ended last Saturday, 8.6 per day. That was almost three times as many as he made in his first year, 1,072 or 2.9 per day.
The 15 most dishonest weeks of Trump’s presidency all came in the second year, and 23 of the most dishonest 25 weeks. The 15 most dishonest days of his presidency all came in the second year, and 45 of the most dishonest 50.
The second-year lies were not only incessant but frequently ridiculous, so unsophisticated they could be fact-checked with a single Google search. Or less.
Trump lied that Americans need photo ID to buy cereal.
Now you can stay on top of Donald Trump’s lies and false claims like never before with Daniel

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18:08 Euronews.NetNew Russian board game mocks Salisbury Novichok nerve agent attack

The game's designer said he created "Our guys in Salisbury" because he was fed up with exhaustive Western media coverage blaming Russia for the attack.

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17:35 ReutersWhite House: Stone indictment 'has nothing to do with' Trump

The federal special counsel's indictment of Roger Stone, a longtime associate of U.S. President Donald Trump, in the Russia probe are unrelated to the president or the White House, Trump's press secretary said on Friday.

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17:12 ReutersWhite House says Stone indictment has nothing to do with Trump

The federal special counsel's indictment of Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump, in the Russia probe are unrelated to the president or the White House, Trump's press secretary said on Friday.

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08:15 Financial TimesPolitical turmoil in Venezuela sparks investor fears

Beijing and Moscow are owed billions of dollars by crisis-wracked country

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24.01.2019
23:11 Euronews.NetTrump admin has not yet imposed new sanctions on Russia required by law

The European Union punished 4 Russians this week in connection with the Skripal poisoning, but the U.S. hasn't moved forward with its own penalties.

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21:45 NewYork TimesVenezuela Military Backs Maduro, as Russia Warns U.S. Not to Intervene

The declaration of fealty to Mr. Maduro appeared to be a setback for the Venezuelan opposition leader, who has been backed by a number of countries including the United States.

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21:44 International Herald TribuneVenezuela Military Backs Maduro, as Russia Warns U.S. Not to Intervene

The declaration of fealty to Mr. Maduro appeared to be a setback for the Venezuelan opposition leader, who has been backed by a number of countries including the United States.

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21:22 Euronews.NetWatch: Russian collectors help to revive unique art of stone-cutting

Private collectors are resurrecting the unique art of stone-cutting in Russia, helping the historic discipline to thrive in the modern day.

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19:55 NewYork TimesRussia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Moscow accused the United States of promoting regime change in Venezuela, a day after the Trump administration recognized the opposition leader as president.

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19:54 International Herald TribuneRussia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Moscow accused the United States of promoting regime change in Venezuela, a day after the Trump administration recognized the opposition leader as president.

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19:43 Aljazeera.NetUkraine's Viktor Yanukovich gets 13-year jail term for 'treason'

The 68-year-old former president has never attended the trial and is believed to be living in Russia.

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18:48 L.A. TimesUkrainian court finds ex-President Viktor Yanukovych guilty of treason

A court in the Ukrainian capital Kiev on Thursday found former President Viktor Yanukovych guilty of treason and helping Russia annex the Crimean peninsula.
The Kiev court began reading out the verdict in Yanukovych’s case, a process that is expected to take at least the whole day. The judge already...

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18:28 ReutersKremlin backs Venezuela's Maduro, while West turns up heat

Russia accused the United States on Thursday of trying to usurp power in Venezuela and warned against military intervention, putting it at odds with Washington and the EU which backed protests against one of Moscow's closest allies.

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17:54 NewYork TimesRussia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Moscow accused the United States of promoting regime change in Venezuela, a day after the Trump administration recognized the opposition leader as president.

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17:53 International Herald TribuneRussia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Moscow accused the United States of promoting regime change in Venezuela, a day after the Trump administration recognized the opposition leader as president.

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17:33 Financial TimesVenezuela reaction shows world political splits

EU calls for elections as Russia and Turkey condemn US move against Maduro

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16:59 ReutersFactbox: Oil, loans, military - Russia's exposure to Venezuela

The United States and a slew of Latin American nations have recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president, leaving Nicolas Maduro ever more isolated.

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16:26 BBCVenezuela crisis: Russia condemns bid to 'usurp power' from Maduro

Moscow says the move to declare a new head of state, backed by the US, is a "path of bloodshed".

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15:09 ReutersKremlin accuses U.S. of trying to usurp power in Venezuela

Russia accused the United States of trying to usurp power in Venezuela and warned against U.S. military intervention there, putting it at odds with Washington and the EU which backed protests against one of Moscow's closest allies.

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14:23 Aljazeera.NetWorld powers denounce US interference in Venezuela

Russia, China, and Turkey voice support for Nicolas Maduro after US declares he's no longer the country's president.

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14:13 Euronews.NetRussia warns U.S. against military intervention in Venezuela

"Venezuela is friendly to us and is our strategic partner," Vladimir Putin's deputy foreign minister said. "We have supported them and will support them."

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14:02 ReutersRussia: no OPEC, non-OPEC meeting proposed over Venezuela turmoil

There have been no proposals to convene an emergency meeting of the OPEC and non-OPEC monitoring committee because of the political turmoil in OPEC member Venezuela, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday.

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12:56 ReutersRussia warns U.S. against military intervention in Venezuela

Russia on Thursday warned the United States not to intervene militarily in Venezuela, a close ally of Moscow's, saying such a move would trigger a catastrophe.

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12:32 ReutersRussia warns U.S. against military intervention in Venezuela: Ifax

Russia on Thursday warned the United States not to intervene militarily in Venezuela, saying such a move would trigger a catastrophic scenario, the Interfax news agency cited the deputy foreign minister as saying.

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12:10 ReutersTurkey says has capacity to create 'safe zone' in Syria alone

Turkey has the capacity to create a "safe zone" in Syria on its own but will not exclude the United States, Russia or others if they want to cooperate, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday.

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11:12 ReutersRussia calls moves to oust Venezuela's Maduro illegal: Ifax

Russia considers moves to force Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from power to be illegal, Vyacheslav Volodin, the speaker of Russia's lower house of parliament, was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency on Thursday.

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23.01.2019
23:33 Telegraph.co.ukRussian company creates 'Our Guys in Salisbury' board game in 'humorous' response to novichok attack 

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22:29 Euronews.NetRussia gives first glimpse of missile that US says violates arms control treaty

Russia showed off the new cruise missile in hopes that it will save a landmark arms control pact with Washington.

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22:28 Aljazeera.NetRussia, Turkey agree to take steps to 'stabalise' Syria's Idlib

Putin, Erdogan vow to battle 'terrorists' in Idlib, agree setting up 'safe zone' in northern Syria along Turkey border.

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16:50 BBC'Snow rugby' catches on in Russia

For Russian rugby fans, it is a way to practice their favourite sport all year round.

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15:10 Euronews.NetAbducted Russian takes law into his own hands in kidnapper face-off

The Russian businessman opened fire and rammed the vehicle frequented by his kidnappers in Moscow

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14:36 Aljazeera.NetWhat to expect as Putin and Erdogan talk Syria's war?

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10:23 Aljazeera.NetMoscow talks: Erdogan to discuss Syria with Putin

Turkey's president meets Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Syria.

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04:28 TheStar.comIncompetent or devious? Rudy Giuliani bewilders Washington as Trump spokesman

WASHINGTON—“America’s Mayor” has become Washington’s mystery.
Specifically: what the heck is going on with Rudy Giuliani?
As White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has receded from view, the former mayor of New York City has emerged as one of the most prominent public spokespeople for U.S. President Donald Trump.
He has made Sean Spicer look smooth.
Giuliani, a federal prosecutor and an associate attorney general in the 1980s, was hired in April to serve as a public pit bull on Trump’s legal team. Since then, he has sputtered out misstatements and clarifications so frequent and so head-spinning that some observers wonder if he is intentionally attempting to confuse people.
The general consensus seems to favour the simplest explanation: Giuliani is not trying to muddy the waters, just mucking things up.
“He was generally viewed as a smart guy and a skilled lawyer.

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00:32 NewYork TimesPutin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia

When the Ukrainian Orthodox Church broke from Russia’s, it dealt a blow to President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to portray his country as one people with a single identity.

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00:31 International Herald TribunePutin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia

When the Ukrainian Orthodox Church broke from Russia’s, it dealt a blow to President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to portray his country as one people with a single identity.

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00:11 ReutersEx-U.S. marine jailed in Russia for spying was misled: lawyer

The lawyer for a former U.S. marine accused of spying by Russia said on Tuesday that his client had been misled before his arrest and believed that a thumb drive handed to him in a hotel room had contained holiday snaps rather than secret information.

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22.01.2019
23:27 NewYork TimesPutin Quashes Japanese Hopes of End to Island Dispute

Under pressure from nationalists, the Russian president backed off previous hints that he was ready to end a 73-year tussle over the Kurile Islands.

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23:26 International Herald TribunePutin Quashes Japanese Hopes of End to Island Dispute

Under pressure from nationalists, the Russian president backed off previous hints that he was ready to end a 73-year tussle over the Kurile Islands.

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23:26 Aljazeera.NetPoll shows Russia's trust in Putin falls to all-time low

The ongoing conflicts in Ukraine and Syria have led to a dramatic drop in popularity for Russian president.

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20:32 ReutersSupreme Court lets mystery company file appeal under seal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday let an unidentified foreign government-owned company appeal under seal a grand jury subpoena possibly related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia's role in the 2016 election, and the firm said a ruling against it would "wreak havoc" on American foreign policy.

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20:32 NewYork TimesNo Punishment for Russia Over Delay on Doping Data

Russia missed the deadline for turning over data on its doping program by nearly three weeks. WADA decided that was not a problem.

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20:31 International Herald TribuneNo Punishment for Russia Over Delay on Doping Data

Russia missed the deadline for turning over data on its doping program by nearly three weeks. WADA decided that was not a problem.

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19:56 L.A. TimesPaul Whelan, held on spy charges in Russia, will remain in Moscow jail until trial

Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine accused of espionage in Russia, will remain in a Moscow jail pending trial, a Moscow court ruled Tuesday after rejecting an appeal from his lawyer that he be released on bail.
Russian security officers detained Whelan on Dec. 28 in the lobby of a luxury hotel...

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19:46 Financial TimesTankers on fire in Crimea linked to Russia sanctions breach

US says vessels have been used to ship crude from Iran to Syria in defiance of curbs

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